February 28, 2003



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Amazon.com: Car Parts & Accessories:

Amazon.com: Car Parts & Accessories: Cabela's Automotive & ATV - 2002

Neat little $34.99 CNG leak detector....

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February 27, 2003

TCRP Project J-07, Synthesis of

TCRP Project J-07, Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems

Great Transit Information!!

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February 26, 2003

Amazon.com: Scientific Supplies: Cole-Parmer -

Amazon.com: Scientific Supplies: Cole-Parmer - 2003-2004

I always have problems finding these. CNG detectors.

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February 24, 2003

VIA Metropolitan Transit Selects Mincom

VIA Metropolitan Transit Selects Mincom for Integrated Business System

San Antonio is going to use Mincom for its VMS system.

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February 23, 2003

Dade County GA Chamber of

Dade County GA Chamber of Commerce

Susie's home town!! Trenton, Georgia. Having a population boom. Went from 12,000 to 15, 00 in ten years!!

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International Towing & Recovery Museum

International Towing & Recovery Museum & Hall of Fame

Here is an interesting one!! The tow truck museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee! Chattanooga was chosen as the museum's home because the industry's first wrecker was fabricated one block away from the museum at the Ernest Holmes Company. This is pretty close to where Susie grew up in Trenton, Georgia.

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February 21, 2003

HoustonChronicle.com - 2003 Houston Livestock

HoustonChronicle.com - 2003 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

Here it is!! The Rodeo!!! Read all about it.

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February 19, 2003

System break-in nets info on

System break-in nets info on 5.6 million credit cards - Computerworld

Watch your cards. Yours could have been stolen!! Article does NOT give the names of the banks that were affected...

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Travelzoo - Your guide to

Travelzoo - Your guide to sales, specials, hot travel deals

Has some great deals. Sign up for the newsletter if you travel a lot...

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February 18, 2003

Mayor 's Manifesto - getting

Mayor 's Manifesto - getting London moving

London thinks it has a transportation crisis!! Guess they never drove in Houston Traffic!

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Bus Inspector's HandbookConducting Pre-Award and

Bus Inspector's Handbook

Conducting Pre-Award and
Post-Delivery Audits for
Bus Procurements

May 1, 1995

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February 17, 2003

World's Longest Yard Sale/127 Garage

World's Longest Yard Sale/127 Garage Sale  and Antique Alley Yard Sale 888-805-4740

World's Longest Yard Sale
Date: August 2-10, 2003

You still have time to plan your trip!!

Travel more than 450-miles of scenic beauty and see tons of yard sales. Get started on your journey by traveling the 93- mile Lookout Mountain Parkway route from Gadsden, Alabama to Chattanooga, Tennessee for the most "scenic rural America" in the United States. With more than 1,000 yard sale vendors you will find everything from antiques, collectibles, furniture, dishwares, fresh garden produce, homemade jams and jellies, food vendors, live entertainment and so much more. Continue with the yard sale, following the U.S. 127 Corridor from Chattanooga, TN to Covington, KY for more than 350 miles of yard sale bargains. When combined, the Lookout Mountain Parkway and the 127 Corridor have had as many as 5,000 vendors lined along the 450-mile scenic yard sale route in past years and the year 2003 promises to be even bigger.

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Television Without PityReviews top TV

Television Without Pity

Reviews top TV programs and pulls no punches. Review it here before you waste an hour watching a dog!!

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Federal Transit Administration The Federal

Federal Transit Administration

The Federal Transit Administration's website.

Way to go, San Diego!

San Diego Trolley, Inc., an operator of the Metropolitan Transit System, scored its own touchdown on Super Bowl Sunday with near perfect transit service to handle the huge increase in volume. "Compared to five years ago, this thing was like magic today," said Senior Transportation Consultant Paul Ridgeway.

The Metropolitan Transit System reports that 23,000 fans were carried to the big game by trolley, representing one-third of the total game attendance. The postgame operation went flawlessly according to San Diego Trolley, Inc., which cleared out the stadium in just two hours after the end of the game.

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Ever wonder why schools are

Ever wonder why schools are overcrowded and failing, the freeways are packed and taxes are so high??

Wonder no more. Read www.numbersusa.com and find out why. And you can do something about it!! Great reading.

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http://www.shadetreemechanic.com/allison_hybrid_drive.htmAllison Electric Drives has released


Allison Electric Drives has released it’s newest product for the transit bus market. The “EP-50 System” was designed specifically for articulated and suburban coaches. This system is referred to as “Split Parallel Hybrid Technology”, and is a design patented by Allison. It uses power from Allison’s advanced energy storage system that contains or uses no “Lead Acid Batteries”. The “EP-50 system combines the Allison automatic transmission with an integrated electric drive unit.

Really good article about Detroit and Allison's new hybrid power plant. Neat stuff.

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