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Inova installs RIPTA passenger information system

Management & Operations| November 14, 2002
The system presents updated schedule, route and departure information, interfacing to the scheduling database as well as an operator workstation.

New York transit community honors FTA's Dorn

Management & Operations| November 13, 2002
Dorn's contributions included the FTA's establishment of the Lower Manhattan Recovery Office to process the release of Federal funds for recovery projects.
Management & Operations| November 13, 2002

ABC delivers M1035 coach to Sun Travel

The M1035 was equipped with a Cummins ISB 205HP engine and an Allison 2400 transmission.
Management & Operations| November 8, 2002

NYC MTA may reduce services, raise fares

Possible reductions include bus, subway and commuter train service in order to help close a projected $663 million budget gap.
Management & Operations| November 7, 2002

Cincinnati voters reject funding transit plan

A half-cent sales tax on the ballot in Hamilton County to fund the local portion of the regional transit plan was defeated 68% to 32%.
Management & Operations| November 6, 2002

ABA president talks TEA-21 at transportation conference

Competition with transit agencies seeking new revenue streams is another strong concern among private bus operators that was discussed during the conference.
Management & Operations| November 5, 2002

Hybrid fuel cell bus enters service in California

The ThunderPower LLC bus achieves 7 to 11 miles per gallon, double the mileage of convential buses.
Management & Operations| November 4, 2002

Algerians riot over lack of public transport

Nearly 200 students set up a roadblock outside of Merouana, 260 miles southeast of the capital, to demand transportation to Constantine, the large coastal city where they study.
Management & Operations| October 30, 2002

Montgomery, Ala., adds eight SLFs to fleet

The 30-foot vehicles, manufactured by Thomas Dennis Company, will provide fixed-route transit services.
Management & Operations| October 30, 2002

Congressional candidates support public transit, survey shows

Ninety-six percent of 114 congressional candidates responding view public transportation as an essential part of a balanced transportation program.

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