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Thanks to Aid Effort, Sarajevo Now a Working Tram Museum

Rail| August 3, 1999
For the past four years, the Bosnian government with help from the international community has been gradually rebuilding the shattered infrastructure.

Corridor Adopted for High-Speed Train Network

Rail| July 28, 1999
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (HSRA) approved the recommended mainline corridor for a statewide network of high-speed passenger trains.
Management & Operations| July 23, 1999

Ryder Sells Bus Businesses to UK’s FirstGroup

Ryder System has announced that it has signed an agreement to sell its Ryder Public Transportation Services (RPTS) Group to FirstGroup plc for $940 million in cash.
Management & Operations| July 21, 1999

Palm Springs to take Contract Paratransit Back In-House

Staff of the Sunline Transit Agency in Palm Springs, Calif., recommended to its board of directors that it not issue an RFP for its paratransit service.
Rail| July 18, 1999

Long Island Railroad’s East Access Project to Grand Central Terminal Proceeds

New York’s MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) selected Parsons Transportation Group as its Systems Engineering Consultant (SEC) for the East Side Access project.
Rail| July 17, 1999

Metrolink to Expand, Upgrade Commuter Rail Service

The Los Angeles conurbation’s Metrolink has announced that the California Transportation Commission has awarded it $25.7 million in state rail funds to help fund new passenger cars, track improvements and upgrade ticket vending machines.
Management & Operations| July 13, 1999

British Government Appoints New Transport Commission

Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government has announced the members of its new Commission for Integrated Transport.
Management & Operations| July 8, 1999

Ebus to Build Buses for L.A., Democrats

The Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Wednesday awarded a contract for 18 electric buses to Ebus Inc.
Management & Operations| July 7, 1999

Bucharest Strike Shuts Down Public Transport

Public transport trade unions went on strike, shutting down most bus, tram and trolleybus services in Bucharest.
Rail| July 2, 1999

Amtrak On Roll to High-Speed Debut

Amtrak, the only passenger national railroad in the U.S., is making a comeback, and appears well on its way to meeting its Congressional mandate of needing zero federal operating subsidies by 2002.

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