June 2010
Railway Gazette International;Jun2010, Vol. 166 Issue 6, p76
Trade Publication
The article announces the appointment of executives in the railway industry, including Amir Shavit as acting general manager at Israel Railways, Neil McFarlane as general manager of TriMet in Portland, Oregon, and Philip Hammond as secretary of State for Transport in Great Britain.


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