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Maxon to use design software to test lifts

Management & Operations| June 2, 2003
Engineers can perform strength, strain and interference tests within a computer model before any actual fabrications are manufactured.

Annapolis Transit summer youth pass offers savings

Management & Operations| May 30, 2003
The Summer Youth Pass costs $25.00, a substantial discount compared to two months of unlimited adult bus passes, which costs $160.00.
Management & Operations| May 30, 2003

MCI forms fleet support division

Under the new structure, MCI Service Parts, Service Centers, field service representatives and the MCI warranty department will become one enterprise for greater customer response.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2003

Tempe, Ariz., transit program wins advertising award

The campaign employed a variety of advertising, public relations and public involvement activities to encourage Tempe residents to ride the bus, bike and walk.
Rail| May 29, 2003

Bombardier receives $165 million Deutsche Bahn order

Vehicle delivery is scheduled to start in May 2004. German rail operator, Deutsche Bahn intends to use the trains in S-Bahn operation.
Management & Operations| May 28, 2003

L.A. MTA's FY 2004 budget adjusts fares

The basic cash fare would decrease by 10 cents to $1.25 but the cost of a monthly pass would be raised by $10.
Management & Operations| May 28, 2003

Carey Indiana adds ABC's M1035 to fleet

The M1035's are equipped with Cummins 205 horsepower engines, Allison 2400 transmissions and remote heated side mirrors with LED turn signals.
Management & Operations| May 27, 2003

LaFrance Industries acquires STI/Kings product line

An ISO 9002 certified supplier, LaFrance, employs 400 and produces high quality flat and plush fabrics for a number of different transportation markets.
Management & Operations| May 27, 2003

Maryland to replace tokens with fare card system

Tokens are used on an estimated 2% of trips on MTA buses, light rail and subway trains, a figure that has been in steady decline.
Management & Operations| May 24, 2003

TSA security measures for U.S. rail go into effect

Protective measures include using bomb-sniffing dogs and removing or replacing trash cans.

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