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Amtrak to Cut Managers

Rail| July 17, 2001
Amtrak President George Warrington ordered a 15% reduction in management ranks and may cut train service and further trim the workforce to meet its congressional deadline for breaking even on operations by December 2002.

London Subway Head Kiley Is Fired

Management & Operations| July 17, 2001
Bob Kiley was today fired as chairman of the board of London Regional Transport for opposing government plans to partly privatize the network.
Management & Operations| July 16, 2001

One-third of D.C. Visitors Arrive Via Tour Bus

More than seven million of Washington, D.C.'s, 22 million visitors last spring arrived in the city as part of a group that relied on chartered buses or motorcoaches.
Management & Operations| July 16, 2001

Mary Peters Nominated to Head FHWA

President Bush nominated Mary Peters, director of the Arizona Department of Transportation, to head the Federal Highway Administration.
Management & Operations| July 16, 2001

NAFTA Provision Allows for Mexican Ownership of Bus Companies in U.S.

In accordance with a provision of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), President Bush will allow Mexican ownership of bus companies operating within the United States.
Management & Operations| July 13, 2001

Online 'Best Practices' to be Developed for Motorcoach Industry

Attendees of the American Bus Association's Bus Industry Safety Council began work on a set of industry "best practices" that will be distributed via the Internet.
Management & Operations| July 3, 2001

Tunnel Management System Unveiled

Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta introduced a tunnel management system initiative for the nation's highways and transit tunnels.
Management & Operations| July 3, 2001

BRT Design Winners Announced

The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded four designs for high-capacity buses in its National Bus Rapid Transit Vehicle Design Competition.
Management & Operations| July 2, 2001

Laidlaw Inc. Files for Bankruptcy

Laidlaw Inc. is seeking protection from its creditors and has filed petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The company has struggled under mounting debt loads brought on by disastrous investments in U.S. ambulance and hazardous waste disposal industries.
Management & Operations| June 26, 2001

DART President Snoble Resigns to Head L.A. MTA

Roger Snoble, president/CEO of Dallas Area Rapid Transit since 1994, announced his resignation last week to become the CEO of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). He will replace retiring MTA CEO Julian Burke in September.

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