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

Management & Operations| May 14, 1999
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.

Lawmakers Include Lease Curbs In Budget Blueprint

Management & Operations| April 25, 1999
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.
Management & Operations| April 9, 1999

Transit bus spec goals OK'd for half N. America's buyers

A group meeting in Toronto representing half to three-quarters of the transit bus purchasing power in North America has approved common performance goals in transit bus specs.
Rail| April 6, 1999

U.S. Station Car Program Status

Station cars are still around in a number of U.S. cities, may eventually arrive in others and are being reincarnated in at least one other city, San Francisco.
Rail| April 1, 1999

Amtrak Invokes Disaster Plan For Fatal Crash Aftermath

The aftermath of the calamitous train crash at a grade crossing south of Chicago was eased because Amtrak immediately put into motion a well-thought-out disaster plan.
Rail| March 25, 1999

UK's Railtrack Details Ambitious Investment Program

Railtrack PLC, the U.K.'s privatized company in charge of rail rights-of-way and stations, plans to increase its spending plans to meet 30% predicted growth over 10 years.

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