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LAMTA Bus Hijacking Kills One, Injures Seven

One person was killed and seven were injured on Wednesday when a shooting suspect hijacked a Los Angeles MTA bus and led police on a two-mile chase through rush hour traffic in downtown L.A.

New Tour Bus Crash Claims 4 Lives

Management & Operations| April 30, 2001
Four students from a Boston-area middle school were killed and more than two dozen others were injured early Friday morning when their tour bus skidded off a highway ramp, rolled several times and landed on its side in Sussex, New Brunswick.
Management & Operations| April 23, 2001

New FTA, FRA Administrators Tabbed

It was announced that President Bush will nominate Jenna Dorn as administrator of the Federal Transit Administration and Allan Rutter as administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration.
Management & Operations| April 5, 2001

NTSB Warns of Potential Brake Problem in Buses

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is advising motorcoach operators to inspect all buses equipped with automatic slack adjusters manufactured by Haldex Brake Products for fractured or disconnected control arms.
Management & Operations| January 8, 2001

Industry Applauds Bush's Move to Name Mineta As Next Secretary of Transportation

Industry reaction to President-elect George W. Bush's nomination of Norman Mineta as his Secretary of Transportation has been enthusiastically positive since the announcement was made earlier this week.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Bombardier receives $172M German rail contract

The contract includes 78 double-deck coaches and nine locomotives, with delivery expected to take place between May 2006 and the of 2007.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Quebec to infuse public transit with $20 million

The province plans to improve public transit with the additional money and by negotiating a new funding arrangement with municipalities.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Virginia resort considers replacing trolleys with BRT

The $33 million system would include 29 stops over almost six miles.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

TSA tests explosives screening of rail passengers

Amtrak and Maryland Rail Commuter passengers boarding at the New Carrollton train station will be screened for one month during the pilot project.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Luminator receives $1.3 million in sign orders

Orders were placed for new buses purchased by Connecticut Department of Transportation, Detroit Department of Transportation, GO Transit and Oahu Transit.

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