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NTSB calls for increase in track inspections

Rail| June 7, 2002
Only 400 federal and 150 agency-trained state inspectors are relegated to 230,000 miles of track.

Amtrak president warns of shut down

Rail| June 6, 2002
A proposed company reorganization includes a reduction of "vice president" titles from 84 to about 20 and consolidation of Amtrak's three railroad operating divisions.
Management & Operations| June 5, 2002

Bombardier wins $102 million tram order for Germany

The new trams, with a capacity for 179 passengers, are scheduled for delivery between spring 2004 and 2007.
Management & Operations| June 4, 2002

ABA pledges support at NAFTA conference

NAFTA's land transportation provisions will allow motor carriers from all three NAFTA countries unprecedented access to one anothers' roadways, passengers and freight.
Bus| June 3, 2002

Twin Cities considering BRT

BRT and light rail are being considered for a corridor linking St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Management & Operations| June 3, 2002

MCI delivers commuter cruisers to Pace Bus Service

The new MCI D4000 cruisers are equipped with multiplex electrical systems, Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines and Allison B500 Transmissions.
Management & Operations| May 31, 2002

WMATA to discuss security program at summit

Summit topics include WMATA's expansion of its existing security programs as well as its chemical-biological sensor detection program.
Rail| May 30, 2002

Orange County receives FTA approval for light rail line

The CenterLine is a proposed 18-mile system linking three cities in the county.
Rail| May 30, 2002

U.K. Transport Secretary Byers resigns, replaced by Darling

Alistair Darling assumes Stephen Byers' position, for which Byers received heavy criticism after his initial decision to not compensate Railtrack shareholders.
Rail| May 29, 2002

Union Switch & Signal awarded PATH contract

The contract is part of three projects underway to restore or repair PATH rail transit facilities and track damaged or destroyed during the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attacks.

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