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Coach USA In Talks With Unnamed Suitor for $1.07 Billion Deal

Management & Operations| June 10, 1999
Coach USA Inc. said it is negotiations with an unidentified party to be acquired for $43 a share, or $1.07 billion.

Railcar Companies Climb Back

Rail| June 7, 1999
Two railcar builders showed profits this past year while the remaining companies showed smaller losses than they suffered in the previous year.
Management & Operations| May 21, 1999

Motorcoach Associations Urge Federal Driver Database

The heads of both the American Bus Association and the United Motorcoach Association urged the federal government to create a national database of drivers and their records.
Rail| May 17, 1999

FRA Issues Long-Awaited Rail Safety Standards

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has at long last released its first-ever comprehensive list of federal passenger railroad standards.
Management & Operations| May 14, 1999

APTA Bus Attendees Tour Cleveland's Proposed 'Curitiba-like' Euclid Corridor

Transit industry executives from around the country got a guided tour of the future site of the Euclid Corridor Improvement Project (ECIP) during the annual APTA Bus Conference.
Management & Operations| April 25, 1999

Lawmakers Include Lease Curbs In Budget Blueprint

The House and Senate budget resolutions for Fiscal Year 2000 includes President Clinton's recent regulatory change that eliminated a key tax break benefiting transit capital investments.
Rail| April 20, 1999

Cairo Opens Metro Extension

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak inaugurated a new extension of Cairo's metro system to the western suburb of Giza.
Management & Operations| April 16, 1999

UK Transport Czar Prescott Backs Commuters As Public Transport Enjoys Comeback

Mass transit commuters in the UK have a powerful ally in the deputy prime minister, John Prescott.
Rail| April 14, 1999

Japanese Maglev Sets World Record

Lack of commercial commitment to develop the technology notwithstanding, a Japanese magnetically levitated trainset has broken the world speed record for a manned train, clocking 343 mph.
Management & Operations| April 13, 1999

Olympics Scandal Doesn't Chill Salt Lake City's Transit Plan

The 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games could not have come at a better time for the Utah Transit Authority.

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