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Amtrak Debuts Acela Express

Rail| November 16, 2000
Amtrak today launched its high-speed Acela Express service, running from Washington D.C. to New York to Boston.

Transit Wages Increase Less Than Other Sectors, Rutgers Study Says

Management & Operations| November 13, 2000
The wages for transit bus operators in-creased .4% over the period from 1982 to 1997, compared to about 22% for other government sectors, says the Transportation Policy Institute of Rutgers University.
Rail| September 25, 2000

Hanoi to Build Double Elevated Rail System

Hanoi is developing a new double elevated rail track system under a project announced by Vietnam Railways.
Management & Operations| September 25, 2000

European Ministers Discuss Oil Price Impact on Transport

European transport ministers met to discuss responses to the continent’s worst energy crisis since the 1970s, but refrained from a EU-wide response to fuel tax relief.
Rail| September 16, 2000

Alstom Completes Istanbul Metro, Inks Deal in Thailand

September 16 marked the opening of Istanbul, Turkey's first metro, constructed by an Alstom-led consortium and its Turkish partners, Albayrak and Cengiz Insaat, for a total investment of $550 million.
Management & Operations| September 14, 2000

Optare Rolls Out Alero, Small Bus Targeted at Growing U.K. Disabilities, Smaller City Markets

The Optare Group unveiled its new Alero small bus.
Rail| September 6, 2000

Las Vegas Monorail Project Criticized

The current proposal for a four-mile monorail system in Las Vegas is not without critics.
Management & Operations| September 6, 2000

Will 511 Assigned As National Traveler Information Number Jump-Start ITS?

The Federal Communications Commission assigned 511 as a number for travelers to call for up-to-the-minute traffic and transportation information.
Management & Operations| August 31, 2000

SunTran Buses Audited

A recent audit of Albuquerque, N.M., SunTran's compressed natural gas buses questioned their reliability, safety and maintenance costs. It is another example of a growing skepticism about the operational practicality of CNG.
Management & Operations| August 22, 2000

Motorcoach Census Finds Industry Carries 860 Million Passengers Annually

Carrying more passengers than the rail and airline industries, the motorcoach industry annually carries 860 million passengers in the United States and Canada.

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