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Renovations to close trains on the Hartford line for most of the summer, but buses will be available – Hartford Courant

Hartford – Commuters using the Hartford line will soon have to make adjustments for much of the summer, as CTrail announced this week that renovations at Hartford and Windsor stations will close train service on the line from July 18 until July 11. september. Replacement bus service will be made …

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New ferries are hiring, new ships are delayed

As service continues to pour in due to the lack of crew, locals are paying close attention to the Washington State ferry service. Islanders made up about a third of attendees at the WSF’s online public meeting on June 15. “We have hired 137 crew members since October,” said Steve …

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It’s time to vote for Governor of NY. Here’s what the candidates are planning for NYC – NBC New York

This article has been originally published June 25 at 10:56 a.m. EDT by THE CITY New York gubernatorial candidates are competing to lead the entire state, from Montauk to Buffalo, beginning with the June 28 primary. But with all due respect to Rochester, Troy and Riverhead, let’s take a closer …

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Passengers on high-speed train to Shenzhen face double security check as Xi may head south

Passengers traveling to Shenzhen by bullet train must pass two security checks as Chinese President Xi Jinping may pass through Shenzhen to attend the 25th anniversary activities of Hong Kong’s handover. Xi was originally scheduled to attend the celebration in Hong Kong on June 30 and July 1, …

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NSW Transport: Commuter chaos as state braces for week of rail strikes

Commuters are urged to prepare for massive delays as railway workers decree four days of industrial action that will cut train services. Thousands of commuters will be stranded across New South Wales this week as rail services are cut by up to 75% in a week of chaotic industrial action. …

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False Creek Ferries celebrates 40 years in business

Breadcrumb Links New Local News False Creek Ferries is a civic treasure. Getting out on the water for a few minutes changes your day, allowing passengers to slow down and relax from the hubbub of everyday life. Ferries carry passengers to and from Granville Island on Friday, June 24, 2022. …

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LETTER: Public transport, small vehicles are essential

“Kenya taught me a first lesson – saving fuel matters when gas stations are few and widely scattered,” says letter writer MidlandToday welcomes letters to the editor at [email protected] Please include your phone number and daytime address (for verification of authorship, not publication). The following letter is in response to …

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San Jose Transportation Trainwreck in the Making

Can Californians find their way to San Jose? This spin on the old song, made famous by Dionne Warwick, might be the most important issue facing the state’s transportation system. Because plans to bring trains and public transit into the 21st century depend on transforming the Bay Area city of …

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Greater Anglia: Buses replace trains on the Hertford East to Stratford line for 17 consecutive days this summer

Buses will replace trains on some Greater Anglia routes over the summer, including for 17 consecutive days on the Hertford East line. The company is carrying out work to create platforms long enough for its new 10-car trains. Platforms at Hertford East, Ware, Broxbourne and Stratford stations are to be …

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Fire Island Ferries to raise fares

Fire Island Ferries, Inc. – Bay Shore Marina’s ferry service – recently announced an increase in all ferry, freight and water taxi fares starting June 25. The service includes trips between Bay Shore and the following areas of Fire Island: Kismet, Saltaire, Fair Harbor, Dunewood, Atlantic, Ocean Beach, Seaview and …

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CATS experiences third straight day of delays due to bus driver absences

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) — For the third day in a row, passengers in Charlotte should expect delays due to a large number of bus driver absences. On Friday morning, the Charlotte Area Transit System tweeted that riders should “expect intermittent delays on CATS bus routes” due to operator absences. He …

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MBTA stairs stop at JFK/UMass, fixes are a “priority”

Longer waiting times for subway trains and shiny new decommissioned train cars. These are two of the main issues facing the MBTA as the transit agency faces demands from state lawmakers and federal officials. Add another thing that affects passengers to the list: the stairs were recently closed at JFK/UMass …

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Local Perspective: Arguments Against Proposed NLX Train Not Sincere

Modern passenger trains are no more obsolete than any other type of public transport. …In the United States and around the world, the public and private sectors are investing billions in building and/or expanding passenger rail systems. 04 June 2022 11:22 I know that some Minnesota senators oppose funding the …

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Korn Ferry’s royalty revenue increases 29.9% in the fourth quarter of the fiscal year, growth across all lines of business

June 22, 2022 Korn Ferry’s (NYSE: KFY) commission revenue increased 29.9% year-over-year during the company’s fourth fiscal quarter ended April 30. acquisitions of the Lucas group and the Patina Solutions group. (in thousands of dollars) Q4 2022 Q4 2021 % change % constant currency Fee receipts $721,139 $555,151 29.9% 33% …

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Uber is bringing shared ride options back to select US cities. Could you save money on public transit?

Image source: Getty Images By sharing an Uber ride, you can save up to 20% off the total price of the trip. Key points Uber eliminated its ride-sharing capabilities at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ride-sharing company again offers shared rides in nine cities across the United States Many …

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Foothill Gold Line project reaches construction milestone

by Andrew Alonzo | [email protected] Last Friday at Rhodes Park in San Dimas, California State Senators, Statistics Assembly Members, and City and County Level Representatives, along with members of the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority , Metro and Metrolink, came together for an event to announce the 9.1-mile stretch of …

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Barton overtakes Ferry to even save | News, Sports, Jobs

TL Photo/KIM NORTH Barton second baseman Dylan Busby waits for a pitch as Martins Ferry‘s Chase Goff tries to steal a base during the second inning of Monday night’s Ohio Valley Baseball League game at- above the purple city. Goff was absent and the Braves won 5-3. …

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Escalators for Transit Market Status (2018-2021) and Forecast (2022E-2028F) by Region, Product Type and End-Use – Reuters

The study is a professional and comprehensive assessment of the Escalators for the Transit Market with an emphasis on in-depth analysis of market data. The aim of the study is to provide a quick understanding of the business along with a comprehensive categorization of the Transit Escalator market by type, …

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Fengtai station in Beijing to reopen

Beijing’s Fengtai Railway Station will resume service today after a four-year reconstruction. The expanded station will serve as a terminal Fengtai station reopened in Beijing – Photo: Zou Hong/China Daily Beijing’s Fengtai Railway Station will resume service today after a four-year reconstruction. The expanded station will serve as a terminal …

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Letters: Time to ditch the government’s grandiose and expensive ferry strategy and switch to catamarans

I NOTE your report on the latest state of the ferry crisis (“Documents reveal Scotland ferry crisis will cost £1.5bn to solve”, June 12). An immediate improvement would result from the purchase of the Pentalina from Pentland Ferries, at a very modest price of £5-7 million. Given the average age …

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MBTA fare changes aimed at increasing ridership, fairness begins July 1

Five fare changes will take effect on July 1, which the MBTA says are aimed at increasing fairness for low-income passengers, increasing ridership that has been reduced since the pandemic and simplifying commuters’ ability to perform journey transfers throughout the system. Changes include lowering the price of the one-day link …

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TO Beach Bus back for the summer

Open the audio article player By To Acorn Personal | on June 17, 2022 FOR SAND AND SURF—The beach bus will run weekdays from June 20 to August 5, except Monday July 4. Acorn file photo The City of Thousand Oaks will once again offer the Summer Beach …

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What are the busiest domestic air routes in Spain?

Today we are going to take a look at the busiest domestic air routes in Spain and have some information that might surprise you. Spain is deceptively large from east to west, stretching from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean and north to south from France to Gibraltar. It …

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As the gas soars, others take the bus

RACINE – Recent record high gas prices are driving a double-digit increase in ridership for Racine Transit (RYDE Racine). Racine Transit manager Trevor Jung said Wednesday the system recorded 42,212 individual rides in May, a 14% increase from May 2021. In the first half of June, RYDE Racine made 19 …

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The industry as a whole condemns the cancellation of HS2 Golborne Link

He escaped with little fanfare on a day that could be called “good news for bad news”. The government has quietly canceled the Golborne Link – a short section of the HS2 project which would have linked the high-speed road to the existing West Coast Main Line. The seemingly inconsequential …

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Commuters demand changes with buses and transport police

DENVER — The Regional Transportation District could see thousands of new passengers this week as fans head to Mile High City. Once the single commuter is gone, those who regularly rely on the service hope their concerns will be heard. “It’s a real problem when every year you use the …

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Alberta to drop COVID-19 rules, including masks on public transit

Breadcrumb Links Policy Measures to protect patients at Alberta Health Services (AHS) and contracted healthcare facilities, including masking, will remain in place GETTY PICTURES Content of the article Mandatory isolation and masking on public transit will cease to be the law of the land in Alberta on Tuesday evening. Content …

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Carlos Aguilar steps down as CEO of Texas Central Railway

Given the information that appeared in the international press today, I am announcing my departure from Texas Central. I am immensely proud of the accomplishments of OUR team, which has achieved, among many other accomplishments, end-to-end regulatory approvals for the first true high-speed rail project in our country’s history. This …

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Four crossings canceled due to ‘staff shortage’: BC Ferries – BC

BC Ferries has canceled four Sunday crossings between Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay, citing a staff shortage as the cause. The decision to cancel the crossings is made when BC Ferries has exhausted all options to find a replacement crew, according to the company. “We require a specific number of crew …

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9.45% increase in the use of the UTS app for the purchase of commuter rail tickets

Mumbai is going digital for travel. The contribution of mobile ticketing is increasing day by day as people prefer using the digital mode rather than queuing. Sources have indicated that an increase of around 9.45% is seen in the use of the UTS app for purchasing commuter train tickets. Since …

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What to know for those leaving and entering the United States – NBC Chicago

While the United States is set to end the requirement that international travelers must test negative for COVID-19 on Sunday, several safety recommendations put forward by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention remain in place. Whether leaving or entering the United States, citizen or visitor, the CDC encourages a …

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The first train of the high-speed rail network will arrive this week

Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut regional rapid transit system corridor trial scheduled for end of 2022, official says Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut regional rapid transit system corridor trial scheduled for end of 2022, official says A 55-minute journey between the capital and Meerut will soon become a reality with the first high-speed train of the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut Regional …

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Union Station will have no weekend service for lines A, B, G and N

Taking the train from downtown Denver to the airport this weekend? Please note that the A line will not enter or leave Union Station on Saturday and Sunday, nor will three other commuter train lines. The Regional Transportation District says the two-day service shutdown will allow for required signal test …

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Ferries from Weymouth to the Channel Islands ‘could return later this year’

The return of ferry services from Weymouth appears to have taken another step forward, with trial services potentially returning this autumn. A cross-Channel service was halted in 2015 when Condor Ferries moved services to Poole due to its £50million vessel being too big for Weymouth Port and multi-million port improvements …

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Hochul hints that transit mask mandates won’t be lifted anytime soon

Governor Kathy Hochul indicated on Thursday that New Yorkers shouldn’t hold their breath over her lifting of the public transit mask mandate – vaguely saying that a “conversation” on the move would be happening “soon”. “We often talk about it. We will come to a point where this is no …

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China plans high-speed rail network in Bangladesh

NNA | Updated: 09 June 2022 12:12 STI Dhaka [Bangladesh]Jun 09 (ANI): China is considering high-speed rail network projects in Bangladesh following the feasibility study by Bangladesh Railway (BR) for the construction of the rail network between Dhaka and Chattogram.In a recent development, China has offered to carry out the …

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Lower fares for low-income people are coming to Sound Transit

by Lizz Giordano More than five years after launching a subsidized fare on light rail, the transit agency says the $1.50 fare may still be too high for some. This follows a decision last month by the Sound Transit board to reinstate fines for non-payment this fall after a two-year …

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ABB signs ‘Shore-to-Ship’ power agreement for cruises and ferries in port

The port of Toulon, which welcomes more than 1.6 million ferry and cruise passengers each year, has committed to ABB Shore Connection technology at a key stage in its sustainable development approach. With around 1,300 annual calls by ferries and cruise ships right in the heart of the city, the …

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What do you think of public transit in Los Alamos? – Los Alamos reporter

LSC PRESS RELEASE LSC Transportation Consultants has been hired by Los Alamos County to develop the next five-year service plan for Atomic City Transit. The service plan will explore new service options or modifications to existing atomic transit services that could improve mobility for Los Alamos residents. LSC is currently …

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Maha-Rail Submits Revised DPR for Pune-Nashik Semi-High Speed ​​Rail Corridor

Mumbai, India (Urban Transport News): Maharashtra Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (MahaRail) has prepared and submitted a Revised Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the Pune-Nashik Medium Rapid Rail Corridor Project to Indian Railways and Government of Maharashtra. The DPR is revised due to objections raised by the Ministry of Defense. …

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Planned works at Papakura – OurAuckland intersection

Improvements are underway for a notorious Papakura crash black spot. More than 30 serious accidents have occurred at the intersection of Cosgrave Road and Old Wairoa Road between 2016 and 2020. “The situation hasn’t improved since then,” Papakura local council chairman Brent Catchpole said. “We witness a …

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nwkrtc: Nwkrtc Ferries Carry More Passengers For Less, New Report Reveals | Hubballi News

Hubballi: A survey by Karnataka Evaluation Authority (KEA) found that North Western Karnataka Road Transport Corporation (NWKRTC) has a smaller fleet and higher ridership compared to Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) and Kalyana Karnataka Road Transport Corporation (KKRTC). It carried 488 passengers per bus daily between 2015-2020, while KSRTC …

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The state must put its money in its mouth on public transport – Marin Independent Journal

Decades of federal and state transportation policies and funding have focused primarily on the automobile — and the roads and highways needed to get us there. While this focus has produced many benefits, it has also ignored or created significant issues, such as greenhouse gas emissions, a key driver of …

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Rising public transport fares irritate passengers

Rawalpindi: There have been heated arguments and even scuffles between carriers and passengers in various parts of the city over an increase in fares without any sort of official announcement. According to the details, the government raised the oil prices to an unprecedented high, but the concerned authorities did not …

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$58 million goes to North Carolina, Virginia, for high-speed rail – NBC4 Washington

North Carolina and Virginia are receiving $58 million from the federal government to help establish planned high-speed rail service between state capitals. The Federal Railroad Administration announced the grant — the largest of 46 awarded nationwide on Thursday — to begin engineering work on a rail corridor linking Raleigh and …

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Sechelt appoints election officers for 2022 municipal elections: council briefs

The Lot 44 patio will become a permanent feature, Capilano University will offer flex-time early childhood education offerings this fall, the BC Ferries-CAF relationship is getting more strained, and more since the regular 1st June. The following submissions are from the June 1 Sechelt District Council meeting: Appointed Election Officials …

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The first Rose Festival parade in two years takes place in Portland on Saturday

Portland’s Rose Festival Parades are back this year for the first time since 2019. The COVID-19 pandemic sidelined the Starlight, Grand Floral and Junior Parades last year and the year before. Rose Fest “Parade Queen” Marilyn Clint says organizing the festival’s return has been a huge task, and big changes …

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Rail Baltica launches electrification supply

RB Rail AS has announced a public contract for the design and construction of the electrification systems for the entire Rail Baltica high-speed rail line, which will cover more than 870 kilometers in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The railway’s energy subsystem will be unified across the three countries to ensure …

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The BNPL ranking sees two applications far ahead of the others

In this month’s edition of PYMNTS’ Ranking of Buy Now, Pay Later app providers, the leaders seem to be saying “Goodbye now, see you later” to the rest of the pack, as they have a 14 point lead over second place. For the most part, the apps are ranked in …

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Are trains, buses and ferries running normally during the Jubilee public holiday?

Some Scots will wonder if they can travel normally during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Although there are some changes here in Scotland, the disruption is expected to be minor, with public transport companies hoping to see families using their services for days. It will always be worth planning ahead as …

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Justice Department asks US appeals court to allow transit mask warrant

Washington— The Justice Department on Tuesday called on a federal appeals court to restore the nationwide mask mandate for public transit and airplanes after a U.S. District Judge concluded that the demands were unlawful in April. In a brief filed with the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the Biden …

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Telecommuting trumps returning to the office

The most credible estimates indicate that at least 20% of workers will continue to work from home on any given day after the pandemic, compared to less than 6% before the pandemic. The share of remote workers is likely to be much higher in Silicon Valley, where many workers have …

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The Steamship Authority cancels two return ferries scheduled for Monday evening

The Steamship Authority canceled the last two round trips aboard the M/V Governor on Monday night due to a crew shortage, the ferry service said. All passengers who had been booked on ferries from Woods Hole to Martha’s Vineyard have been booked, according to a tweet from the Steamship Authority …

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The zip code with the longest route in each state – 24/7 Wall St.

The share of Americans working from home has soared during the pandemic. A recent Gallup study found that 45% of full-time workers in the United States — and two-thirds of white-collar workers — do their work remotely at least some of the time. The change is proving to be a …

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Railway Bureau struggles to recruit safety inspectors

Taipei, May 29 (CNA) Taiwan’s railway bureau is struggling to recruit rail safety inspectors due to unattractive salary offers amid the government’s efforts to improve rail travel safety after two fatal accidents in the last three years. The office, which was set up by the Ministry of Transport and Communications …

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Despite New Cars, Shore Line East’s Future Isn’t Bright

There’s been a lot of buzz over the past week about Shore Line East finally adding M8 cars to its service. Although this is good news, the future of the railroad is not bright. When started in May 1990, Shore Line East trains from Old Saybrook to New Haven began …

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I took BC Ferries to camp on Vancouver Island and woke up to the sound of the waves

This essay article is part of a Narcity Media series. The opinions expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Narcity Media. Sailing across the ocean on BC ferries to an island, then falling asleep under the stars, lulled to the sound of the …

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Chicago police unveil Memorial Day weekend safety plans – NBC Chicago

Closures, increased police presence, increased patrols, a new curfew and more are expected in Chicago for Memorial Day weekend, police and city officials said Friday. The holiday weekend will see major events like Coldplay at Soldier Field, the new Sueños Music Festival, the opening of the city beaches, and the …

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California youth face bleak future without high-speed rail – Capitol Weekly | weekly capitol

Opinion Artist’s rendering of California’s proposed high-speed rail. (Image: California High Speed ​​Rail Authority) by JENN ENGSTROM job 27.05.2022 I was a sophomore at UC Berkeley in 2008 when voters were asked to decide whether to pass Proposition 1A, the ballot measure to fund the launch of California’s high-speed rail …

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This type of public transport has increased by more than 220% in 2022

Ridership at all levels is increasing but has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) A Utah Transit Authority bus travels west on 6th Avenue, Friday, May 13, 2022. | May 27, 2022, 12:05 p.m. The Utah Transit Authority’s smallest form of public transportation …

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Crossings from Dover to Calais P&O, Irish Ferries and DFDS for May 27

Ferry services via DFDS Seaways, Irish Ferries and P&O continue to operate today, while the Brock operation remains in place on the M20. P&O recently restarted its services between Dover and Calais after an ensuing hiatus earlier in the year after nearly 800 of their staff were suddenly sacked. In …

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Union Station operator blasts Amtrak bid to take over eminent domain

Placeholder while loading article actions The company that holds the sublease rights to Washington’s Union Station slammed Amtrak’s bid to take over the property via eminent domain, saying the passenger railroad was attempting an “unlawful condemnation” and making a “grossly inadequate” offer of $250 million. In a court filing last …

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Channel ferries could be electric within five years

Following calls from COP26 for six green maritime corridors, the Dover-Calais routes have been singled out as obvious places to start the switch to electric ferries. Plans to create the world’s first zero-carbon ferry routes between Dover and Calais and Dunkirk have been unveiled, with a new generation of electric …

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Traffic and transit concerns emerge as commanders potentially move

Placeholder while loading article actions A move by Washington commanders to Prince William County could intensify transportation barriers in an area of ​​northern Virginia that suffers from chronic traffic congestion and is largely underserved by public transportation. News that Commanders recently won the rights to buy land in Woodbridge as …

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High Speed ​​Train Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, USA – High Speed ​​Rail Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The High Speed ​​​​Train Market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study …

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City announces start of beach season, summer ferries and Greenwich Pool at Byram Park

In a cooperative effort with the Greenwich Department of Health, the Department of Parks and Recreation will begin the summer beach season with the official opening of Greenwich Point and Byram Beach on Saturday 28th May 2022 and run until September 5, 2022. Greenwich Point Beach. Island Beach Ferry to …

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5 things you (probably) didn’t know about public transit in Vancouver

For over 120 years, public transit has helped people get around Vancouver. Before cars were commonplace on the roads, when horses and buggies still dominated the streets, streetcars arrived in Vancouver. Since those early coins helped people move, the system has transformed and grown to help people move. There have …

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Cardiff roads that will be closed this week

It’s a big week for music fans in Cardiff as Ed Sheeran comes to town for three nights, along with emo-rockers My Chemical Romance performing on Saturday 28 May. But that means much of the city center will be restricted for much of the week. Sheeran, playing his first Welsh …

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The 2nd edition of InnoMetro will be held at the Lalit hotel on May 23 and 24, 2022

InnoMetro speakers Advertisement Symbroj Media is organizing its annual conclave on MRTS, Metro and tech events at Lalit Hotel, New Delhi on 23-24and May. The Delhi-based media group that already publishes a highly rated and popular monthly magazine Rail Metro News dedicated to Metro, Railway, RRTS, High Speed ​​Rail, MRTS …

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Sasha Borissenko: How the first electric ferry contract in New Zealand came about

EV Maritime artist’s impression of an electric ferry. Picture / Provided OPINION: Last month a deal was announced which will see the introduction of two all-electric ferries for commuters and tourists to the Port of Auckland. This is the first time that a government entity has purchased a ship it …

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As Covid cases rise, LA County extends mask mandate for public transit

With a steady rise in the number of COVID-19 cases — enough to push Los Angeles County to the “medium” virus risk level — the requirement to wear a mask on public transportation and in transportation hubs has was officially extended on Friday in the county. The county issued a …

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Former IRJ editor Mike Knutton dies

Written by David Briginshaw, Consulting Editor, International Railway Journal It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Mike Knutton, former editor of the International Railway Journal, following a short illness. Mike worked at the IRJ for 29 years and served as editor for 19 years. He …

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MTA ridership continues to rebound amid pandemic, agency launches DineAWAY campaign to help restaurants

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — While still not at pre-pandemic levels, subway ridership continues to set new highs in the push to get back to normal. Metro ridership exceeded 3.6 million on Wednesday, beating a previous record set the day before May 17, of 3.535 million. Additionally, on Tuesday, May …

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Day Trips: Texas Ferry Rides: Texas Ferries Are the Best Free Rides in the State – Columns

Port Aransas Ferry (Photos by Gerald E. McLeod) The Best Free Rides in Texas are the three state ferries: the Lynchburg Ferry, the Port Aransas Ferry and the Galveston-Bolivar Ferry. the Lynchburg Ferry is the oldest free ferry operating in Texas. Dating back to pre-Republic of Texas, it was launched …

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Washington DC transit union calls off 3-day strike and agrees to below inflation wages for 150 DC transit workers

DC Circulator workers on the picket line (Twitter/ATU Local 689) [Photo] On May 5, Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 689 announced the end of a three-day strike by 150 DC Circulator bus operators after agreeing to a new three-year contract with private operator RATP Dev. Circulator drivers, who serve similar …

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AMICUS LETTER: Brady warns of Texas Central Railroad’s lack of progress and funding for high-speed rail project | texasinsider

“If the Court allows TCR to seize private property for a doomed project, miles and miles of rural Texas will be permanently scarred by the taxpayers who will have to foot the bill.” Texas Insider Report WASHINGTON, DC – Yesterday, Congressmen Kevin Brady (TX-08), Jake Ellzey (TX-06) and Michael McCaul …

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Here are companies that assemble vehicles in Nigeria

For several decades, Nigeria was almost entirely dependent on the importation of vehicles; however, the automobile industry has gradually been able to boast of having local car assemblers, some of whom are even indigenous. There was a time (about 50 years ago) when local assembly was known with certain brands, …

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BC Ferries adds sailings for the May long weekend, with the help of additional staff

Breadcrumb Links News Local trips Local News BC Ferries is adding up to 110 additional crossings to handle increased traffic over the May long weekend. During the May long weekend, BC Ferries will make approximately 2,400 crossings, or the equivalent of 19,200 nautical miles, or the distance traveled from Vancouver …

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Buttigieg sends $5 billion to cities for safety as road deaths soar

WASHINGTON (AP) — As upcoming data shows road deaths soar, the Biden administration is directing $5 billion in federal aid to cities and towns to address the growing crisis by slowing cars , digging wider bike lanes and sidewalks and pushing commuters to public transport. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on …

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Eurostar to launch high-speed trains between London and Germany

Eurostar high-speed rail services linking the UK and Germany will be introduced following the merger of Eurostar International and Belgian rail operator Thalys Group. Now approved by the European Commission, the combination of the two brands will see cities in central north-west Germany, including Cologne, Düsseldorf and Dortmund, added to …

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The Path to Safety – The Hindu

The responsibility for disciplining traffic on the roads lies as much with the citizens as with the government The responsibility for disciplining traffic on the roads lies as much with the citizens as with the government Road safety is a universal concern. We are all road users. Yet he barely …

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Henry Jinep backs call for palm oil companies to use their own ferries to transport FFBs

Henry answering questions from reporters. KUCHING (May 15): Dato Henry Harry Jinep supports the recent proposal that listed palm oil companies use their own ferries to transport fresh fruit bunches (FFBs) across rivers. Sarawak’s deputy transport minister said it would improve the safety of other commuters as the trucks carrying …

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Silence covers the border between Finland and Russia – POLITICO

VAINIKKALA, Finland – At the station in this small village, where the rail link between Finland’s capital Helsinki and Russia’s northern metropolis, St. Petersburg, crosses the border, all was quiet. The high-speed train service, known as the Allegro, which for years passed here four times a day carrying hundreds of …

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The public is invited to view the design plans for the bus rapid transit system

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Members of the public are invited to review design plans for the bus rapid transit system at a series of upcoming meetings. The transit system aims to connect the north and side of Baton Rouge with downtown, according to city-parish officials. Features of the system …

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Nelson Area Community Trust establishes own transportation service

The lack of public buses between Nelson and Motueka led a community trust to establish its own minibus service to transport people between the two centres. Nelson Tasman Community Transport Trust Services Coordinator Rachel Mason, right, with the Māpua Willing Wheels car, which people can book to access transport. Photo: …

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CEO – Vancouver Island Free Daily

BC Ferries CEO Mark Collins speaks to business leaders, politicians and military personnel invited to the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce’s Business Leaders Luncheon on May 12. (Kiernan Green/Press Team) Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce CEO Bruce Williams answers questions during the chamber’s business leaders luncheon on May 12. (Kiernan …

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Modernization of existing railway stations in India positively influences the market

company logo Dublin, May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “Escalators Market by Type, Vertical, and Solution: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global Escalator Market size was valued at USD 11,782.4 Million in 2020 and is projected to reach …

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Sydney to Newcastle in just 45 minutes? New plan for high-speed trains across NSW

Sydney to Newcastle in just 45 minutes? New push for a massive high-speed rail network across NSW to cut journey times and develop regions High-speed rail strategy document reveals plan for new rail lines in NSW Journey times from Sydney to other parts of NSW would be reduced For example, …

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Union Station overhaul removes parking bays and adds underground facility

Placeholder while loading article actions The Federal Railroad Administration overhauled major aspects of Washington’s Union Station redevelopment project, eliminating a parking garage as part of the redesign. Revised plan for multibillion-dollar station expansion eliminates six-story garage, drastically reducing parking and moving parking area to new underground facility that would also …

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Atienza Interisland Ferries prepares for the return of domestic tourism

Engineer Silverio Atienza, President of Atienza Interisland Ferries Inc. PHOTO BY CIRIEL VICOY MALANOG As the country has eased pandemic-related restrictions, domestic trade player Atienza Interisland Ferries Inc. is optimistic about taking advantage of the expected rebound in the local tourism industry, after unveiling its new ship in RoRo passengers …

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Grand Forks City Council Members Discuss Approval of UND Transit Contract Agreement – Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS — Members of the Grand Forks City Council have considered approving a transit contract agreement with UND to provide transit services on campus. While the city has been providing transit services to the UND campus for a year and billing the university for it, a formal five-year written …

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Scooter driver dies after hitting Brightline train in Florida, 63rd fatality linked to high-speed train

A female scooter driver died when she swerved around lowered crossing barriers and hit a passing Brightline train, the latest in a long string of fatalities involving the high-speed passenger service, officials said on Monday. The Broward Sheriff’s Office said the woman was riding a scooter around 11:20 a.m. Saturday …

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Metra Benefits, Pace Program to Help Southland Commuters Hired After First Year – Chicago Tribune

When the COVID-19 pandemic kept most workers at home except for essential employees in jobs such as health care, Cook County agencies launched an effort to make transportation more affordable pools for those living in South Chicago and in the South and Southwest. suburb. The South Cook Fair Transit pilot …

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Police must be independent and investigate ferry paper trails

Ex-FM Jack McConnell: Police must be independent and investigate ferry paper trails Schedule An icon of a desktop calendar. Cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” …

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Edmonton and Calgary are grappling with transit safety issues amid efforts to bring passengers back

People board and depart at the Century Park light rail station in Edmonton on February 26, 2021.JASON FRANSON/The Canadian Press After several high-profile assaults at transit stations, Alberta’s two largest cities are scrambling to address security concerns as they work to repopulate trains and buses that have been emptied by …

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pmpml: commuters are sweating because only 13% of Pmpml bus stops have hangars | Pune News

PUNE: Just over 13% of Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMMPL) bus stops have sheds, requiring passengers to wait for their transport in the sun and rain. According to figures provided by the Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMMPL), out of a total of 9,460 bus stops, only 1,250 have …

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Alstom will deliver the first semi-high-speed RRTS train to the NCRTC this week

Savli, India (Urban Transport News): The ground-breaking Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) corridor is becoming the first semi-high-speed section for intercity passenger travel, which would reduce travel time between Delhi and Meerut to 55 minutes. This line is the first in India to adopt the European Train Control System (ETCS) …

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P&O Ferries victim of misinformation, according to its boss

The boss of P&O Ferries has denounced “misinformation” about the company since it laid off nearly 800 sailors. Chief executive Peter Hebblethwaite also told delegates at an industry conference that he hoped he could “survive” in his role. P&O Ferries has been widely condemned after laying off 786 crew without …

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Met Council Chairman Charlie Zelle discusses transit ridership and safety issues – Twin Cities

Ridership on Metro Transit’s light rail, commuter rail and buses is half of what it was before the pandemic, and even some longtime transit advocates have lamented route cuts and a visible increase in harmful activities such as smoking in train cars, as well as some of the higher profile …

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SilverLine Dominates Electoral Debate in Thrikkakara

Semi-high-speed train project is among the buzzwords in the constituency as a station in Ernakulam district has been proposed in Kakkanad Semi-high-speed train project is among the buzzwords in the constituency as a station in Ernakulam district has been proposed in Kakkanad With a war of words already underway between …

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Challenges Persist Despite Adding More Buses to Zupco’s Fleet

the herald Africa Moyo and BKudzaishe Muhamba TRANSPORTERS continue to face transport challenges, particularly in Harare, despite the injection of 65 additional buses into the urban transport system by Zupco over the past nine days. Zupco’s acting chief executive, Mr Everisto Madangwa, told the Herald that 40 buses were injected …

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Cmal west coast ferry woes warning could take until 2030 to fix

Cmal west coast ferry woes warning could take until 2030 to fix Schedule An icon of a desktop calendar. Cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” …

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DC Circulator bus drivers plan strike on Tuesday

Placeholder while loading article actions Getting a DC Circulator ride took longer for most passengers on Tuesday when bus drivers began a strike to protest what they say are unfair wages and poor working conditions. Union officials said the bus drivers walked off the job on Tuesday morning due to …

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Plans for the Santiago-Valparaíso high-speed train get a boost

A high-speed rail link between Santiago and the port city of Valparaíso is a priority for President Gabriel Boric’s administration, which will determine the train’s route once passenger demand studies are finalized later this year and submit the project. “This is a project that is a priority for the government, …

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ED declares war on private carriers

President Emmerson Mnangagwa BY MASAU PROBLEMPRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared war on unlicensed private passenger carriers, a stance that many believe will deepen the transport crisis in the country. Mnangagwa’s May Day speech, which reinforced days of sustained police crackdowns on private carriers, only made matters worse for commuters in …

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Nicola Sturgeon Calls Jim McColl’s Ferry Comments ‘Deceitful in the Extreme’

In March Mr McColl said he would not have signed the deal had he known Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) had reservations. He claimed the Port Glasgow shipyard failed to agree a price with ferry owner CalMac CMAL when the contract was announced and has since called on Ms Sturgeon …

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Counties where it takes the longest to get to work – 24/7 Wall St.

The share of Americans working from home has soared during the pandemic. A recent Gallup study found that 45% full-in the United States, part-time workers – and two-thirds of white-collar workers – did their work remotely at least some of the time. The change is proving to be a positive …

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Switzerland has the longest and deepest tunnel in the world

It’s only the biggest (or the longest or the deepest) until someone builds an even bigger one. This is true for so many things, the biggest Ferris wheel, the longest suspension bridge, the tallest building, and the list goes on. For now, Switzerland lays claim to the longest and deepest …

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