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July 20, 2009

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AROUND THE INDUSTRY

Price Dies; Rail Professional

Howard L.E. Price of Rutherford, NJ, a longtime train operator, conductor, and transportation supervisor for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) in Philadelphia and its predecessor organizations, died June 30 at the age of 99. He spent most of his career on the route that today operates as SEPTA’s high speed Route 100, connecting Philadelphia and Norristown, PA.

Price operated multiple generations of high speed electric railway equipment for the former Philadelphia & Western Railway and Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Company (Red Arrow Lines) as well as SEPTA.

As recently as 2008, Price advised and assisted PTSI Transportation in an assignment for the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) in Lewisville, TX.

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