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Siemens relocates North American headquarters

Rail| October 25, 2002
Its Sacramento facility, originally designed for the engineering, final assembly, and testing of heavy rail vehicles, will retain these functional activities following the headquarters relocation.

Digital Recorders contracts total $2.2 million

Management & Operations| October 24, 2002
DR received a $1.7 million order from the Mass Transit Division of Broward County, Fla., for digital audio communications equipment.
Management & Operations| October 24, 2002

GRTA looks to improve mobility in Atlanta

The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority is looking to improve mobility and reduce traffic bottlenecks in a key activity center in Atlanta.
Management & Operations| October 23, 2002

Transit funding gains public support in Canada

A CUTA survey shows 92% of urban Canadians agree that both the provincial and the federal governments should contribute to public transit in cities.
Management & Operations| October 22, 2002

Detroit Diesel engine receives EPA certification

The Series 60 engine is fully certified to the new 2.5 g/hp-hr NOx + NMHC standard and does not require use an aftertreatment device.
Management & Operations| October 22, 2002

Md. bus driver shooting may be linked to sniper

The 35-year-old driver was shot in the chest and critically wounded as he stood at the top steps of the bus.
Management & Operations| October 18, 2002

Foothill Transit unveils new operations complex

The new 12-acre facility features a 30,000-square-foot maintenance building, a state-of-the-art bus wash facility and fuel island.
Management & Operations| October 17, 2002

Canada gets new hours of service rules

The rules set new daily and weekly driving and work limits, as well as increase the minimum daily rest period for commercial drivers.
Management & Operations| October 16, 2002

Cleveland launches clean air campaign

Goals of the campaign include implementation of projects to achieve measurable emission reductions within a few years.
Rail| October 15, 2002

London drivers rally over pay

Bus drivers say they are earning less than average London wages.

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