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Rail News: September 2000

September 29

Challenges lie ahead for VRE's new top dog

Light-rail design/build contract let in Minnesota

September 28

Pigskin-themed train station clinches Cleveland development award

September 27

Federal funds assist Tri-Met light-rail extension

Transit plans underway for Utah's 2002 Olympics

September 26

New York MTA lands federal grant to rehab station

WMATA registers record ridership, revenue

September 25

MTA: Talks progress under press blackout

WMATA to open five stations early and under budget

September 22

Las Vegas company has one-track mind

Federal transit funds California bound

September 21

Amtrak extends marketing reach to minorities

MTA transit strike enters sixth day

September 20

U.S. Senate to discuss Lautenberg high-speed rail bond bill

Multi-lingual ticketing machines ease rail access at Sydney Games

September 19

MTA, UTU officials to resume talks

Network improvements, new schedule boost Tri-Rail ridership

September 18

MTA transit strike enters third day

Tri-Met seeks solutions to parking space shortage

Software bugs delay WMATA signage launch

September 15

MTA labor talks lead to one-day strike reprieve

Caltrain station movin' on up — one whole block

Uncertainty clouds start-up dates for expanded Amtrak NEC service

September 14

Caltrain installing ticket vending machines

Chile Metro contracts with CashCode

NJ Transit inks design/build contracts

September 13

Friday LA transit strike appears likely

Amtrak breaks records during 'lazy days of summer'

Caltrain fills service gap

Chicago urban bus, rail system broaden SmartCard use

September 12

COP issues mid-year cheers and jeers to Sound Transit

Agencies invite residents to 'Try Transit'

Westside MAX throws itself a birthday party

BART receives American Public Works Association honor

September 11

LA transit strike looms Friday

FRA allows Talgo use on Amtrak's Cascade service

Expanded TRE offers September rides free

Metra's return to record ridership

September 8

Athens receives trains for 2004 Games

Minnesota light rail contractor may be RailWorks

Banner summer for rail ridership

Sound Transit meets Star Trek

Siemens delivers first EMU to Brazil

September 7

And the NICTD winner is CN line to Valparaiso

LA labor talks linger

WMATA's Green Line stations may be ready for inauguration passengers

Light-rail opponents call for delay, audit

September 6

NICTD escalator down for the count

BART awaits word on rolling blackouts

Sound Transit names first chief operating officer

Houston Metro narrows light-rail car choices

Alstom-led consortium lands Bangkok concession

WMATA prepares to launch SmartBenefits

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