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Cubic links California smart card systems

Management & Operations| June 10, 2003
Under two new contracts, totaling more than $4.8 million, Cubic will deliver and install smart card processing fareboxes on Long Beach and Norwalk, Calif., buses.

SEPTA takes top prize at APTA rail rodeo

Rail| June 10, 2003
SEPTA earned fourth place in the operator and second place in the maintainer competitions, garnering enough points to win the overall prize.
Management & Operations| June 9, 2003

Montana DOT enhances 511 traveler information service

MDT is adding 800 miles of additional routes so that the database will include more than 8,000 miles of major state-maintained roads.
Management & Operations| June 9, 2003

L.A. DOT, Connex install GPS on express buses

The system, manufactured by Navtrak Inc., allows dispatchers to know exactly where a bus is in real time, enhancing safety by monitoring bus speed and location.
Management & Operations| June 6, 2003

Palm Tran boasts record-breaking ridership numbers

Palm Tran (Fla.) fixed routes recorded more than 3.5 million passenger boardings for a six-month period, an increase of 13.27% from the same period in FY 2002.
Management & Operations| June 6, 2003

Gillig, MCI deliver to Minnesota Valley Transit

MVTA will replace obsolete, non-accessible buses with 12 low-floor Gillig buses and seven 45-foot coaches from Motor Coach Industries.
Management & Operations| June 5, 2003

Digital Recorders unit wins destination sign orders

The seven orders, totaling more than $1.13 million, will benefit public transit fleets in six states.
Management & Operations| June 4, 2003

Report reveals policy options for CO2 reduction

The U.S. transportation system emits more CO2 than any other nation's total economy, except that of China, and presently accounts for seven of 10 barrels of oil this nation consumes.
Management & Operations| June 3, 2003

U.S. DOT changes employee drug testing rules

The new rule prevents employees in transportation industries from being unfairly found to have violated the department's regulations.
Rail| June 2, 2003

New Delhi metro rail ridership dwindles

From nearly 200,000 people who rode the train daily after its opening, the numbers have dwindled to a daily average of 40,000 to 50,000 people.

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