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Motorcoach industry avoids hours-of-service change

Management & Operations| April 25, 2003
The industry's safety record is cited as key reason for not changing rules.

CNG yields more health benefits, Harvard study says

Management & Operations| April 24, 2003
CNG affords a third more health benefits than clean diesel, but the cost per unit of health improvement is six to nine times higher.
Management & Operations| April 24, 2003

Cubic, MARTA negotiating smart card contract

Negotiations for the estimated $100 million contract are expected to be completed by the end of the summer.
Management & Operations| April 23, 2003

Santa Monica, Calif., to use Siemens tracking technology

Use of this system will improve on-time performance, operational efficiency, driver and passenger safety and the overall quality of service.
Management & Operations| April 22, 2003

Infinova appoints three new representative firms

The new firms will represent the company's lines of matrix switchers, dome cameras and fiber optic communications products.
Management & Operations| April 22, 2003

Community Transit partners with Sheriff's Office

A partnership between Community Transit in Snohomish County, Wash., and the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office was created to provide better safety for the transit agency's customers and employees.
Management & Operations| April 21, 2003

Boston mayor proposes transportation improvements

Plans include making the city's new traffic management center fully operational by 2004 for the Democratic National Convention.
Management & Operations| April 18, 2003

WMATA to purchase 175 CNG buses for $36.5 million

The procurement, which WMATA expects to award in the next six months, will increase the fleet to 339 compressed natural gas buses.
Management & Operations| April 16, 2003

Chicago Transit selects Maximus management tools

Benefits include increased operational efficiency, improved asset utilization, lower maintenance costs and reduced inventory carrying costs.
Management & Operations| April 16, 2003

N.J. Transit unveils customer service initiatives

Service recommendations include improving communications, increased parking, simplified ticketing and ease of boarding.

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