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Rail News: March 2001

March 30

CAW confirms CN agreement, reaches tentative CPR pact

UP tops in Toyota's book for 2000 performance

Bullhorn can sound wireless alarm on rail-equipment problems

March 29

NS team rolls out operational-process changes

U.S. railroads' carload freight figures improving but still playing catch-up to 2000

WMATA's Metrorail turns 25

March 28

FECI increases credit line to foster growth

Higher intermodal capacity, open land reasons for CN's Montreal terminal reorganization

More rail-car production doom and gloom for Trinity

March 27

KCS cuts jobs to offset sluggish economy

CPR, short line to operate Brooklyn rail yard

DART names new CFO

Sound Transit puts its gas-line relocation ducks in a row

March 26

Independence day: A&M completes BNSF trackage transaction

Transtar deals, divides short-line holdings

March 23

Unions, rails crack down on cramdowns

STB OKs Colorado power company's plan to create its own rail competition

Alliance eyes Web-enabled, integrated transportation services

WMATA, D.C. police and medical examiner seek way to deal quickly with rail suicides

Software to help emergency responders prepare for Salt Lake City Olympics

WMATA transit police's program addresses minor violations

March 22

RailMarketplace loses partner in iRail, Davis on way out

GATX procures — and privatizes — Polish tank-car fleet

March 21

CN asks Canadian government to consider tax credit, reconsider open access

Web-based system offers fuel-managing solution

UP upgrades Kansas track

Reader may ease smart card migration

BLE criticizes ARC report

March 20

Ansaldo Signal tabs Burk as president/CEO

Wabash National to eliminate 500 jobs

Amtrak has 'fundamental institutional flaws' — Amtrak Reform Council report

March 19

WMATA ridership continues to rise

March 16

Cubic strengthens Asian ties

WMATA board approves medical benefits for domestic partners

March 15

Netherlands Railways orders 126 vehicles

Newark-Elizabeth contracts get green light

March 14

Houston Metro breaks ground — finally

Houston board swears in new appointee

More credit-card accepting QuickCard machines coming to PATH

March 13

FRA: NJ Transit's bookkeeping at issue, not its safety

March 9

Houston LRT system construction might soon begin

Sound Transit Board receives 'tough love' from oversight panel

California, Amtrak team-up for long-term transportation plans

DART CFO to leave agency

March 6

Amtrak Reform Council to release progress report

Chinese sign Maglev contract

Sound Transit more than 'gets by' with a little help from its friends

March 2

Sound Transit fares well during Northwest Earthquake

MARTA names new deputy GM of ops

March 1

NJ Transit approves record capital budget

Bush's proposed budget includes bright spots for transit, Amtrak

Deutsche Bahn orders 117 rail cars

LA MTA to sell $270 million in bonds

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