Commuter buses

Austin’s CapMetro Selects NFI for Nation’s Largest Electric Vehicle Purchase with Up to 171 EVs and 427 New Flyer Chargers

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota, November 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (TSX: NFI, OTC: NFYEF) NFI Group Inc. (“NFI” or the “Company”), a leading independent manufacturer of buses and coaches and a leader in mass mobility solutions, today announced that the Capital Metro Transportation Authority ( “CapMetro”) awarded the NFI New Flyer …

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Alaska lawmaker bans flying over Covid mask rules

An Alaska lawmaker who was banned from Alaska Airlines flights after defying a federal mandate requiring passengers to wear masks revealed this week that she had tested positive for the coronavirus. Lawmaker Lora Reinbold, a Republican state senator who has also strongly criticized vaccination warrants, said on Facebook that she …

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Controller issues recommendations on post-COVID-19 transit policy

Image Credit: Office of the Comptroller Recommendations include increasing the number of affordable housing near metro stations and increasing service on metro lines and busy bus lines. On October 10, 2021, Controller Scott Stringer released “Beyond Rush Hour: COVID-19 and the Future of Public Transit,” a new report examining changes …

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Protect assets or “we all have problems”

BOSTON (SHNS) – The most serious impacts of climate change may still be decades away, but senators conveyed to state transportation officials and utility leaders on Monday the importance of considering close their vulnerabilities now and develop detailed plans to address short, medium and long term shortcomings. Members of the …

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UCSD implements new parking permit policies

Beginning in the fall term of 2021, UC San Diego Transportation Services has made changes to its parking permit system for students and staff. Instead of the monthly, quarterly, and annual parking permit options previously available, consecutive day permits will instead be the primary form of parking permit available to …

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How to fix traffic hell in New York City

If you’ve recently found yourself in a car in New York – if you’ve had the experience of traveling along Flatbush Avenue on a Friday afternoon – you’ve probably spent some time making up some angry new four-letter words. . Traffic that was manically horrible before the pandemic (before it …

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Can the Greyhound bus operator make a comeback?

Shawn Baldwin, producer CNBC.com Intercity bus travel in the United States has long been dominated by an iconic brand. With its fleet of 1,200 buses, Greyhound annually transports nearly 16 million passengers to approximately 2,400 North American destinations. While the company caters to budget-conscious long-distance travelers, it also offers charter …

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Report highlights roadmap to electric aviation

© Shutterstock A recent report from the Argonne Collaborating Center for Energy Storage Science (ACCESS) outlines the way forward towards electric aviation. The report is the result of a two-day meeting hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory in 2019, attended by nearly 100 experts from battery …

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Green Line Bus – Journal

Finally, the first batch of vehicles for the Karachi Green Line bus project arrived from China on Sunday, accompanied with great fanfare. The multibillion-rupee program – launched during the PML-N rule in early 2016 – finally appears to be on the verge of paying off, more than five years after …

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Leaks at the toll booth: Zinara loses millions

The herald Victor Maphosa-Mashonaland Eastern Office COLLUSION between toll gate officers and corrupt motorists has seen banned crews of kombi and pirate taxis sneak through the barriers without paying, damaging Zimbabwe’s National Road Administration (Zinara) fees. toll essential, The Herald can reveal. The illicit practice, which is most pronounced at …

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America’s grand reopening postponed, World News

September sparkled in the distance. As a hopeful spring gave way to summer, this was to be the month when pandemic restrictions and government assistance ceased altogether, and a new season of live rallies, face-to-face teaching. face and office work would begin. But events unfolded unpredictably. Several New York Times …

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China deals a blow to Blackstone’s ambitions

This is an audio transcript of the FT News Briefing podcast episode: China deals a blow to Blackstone’s ambitions Marc FilippinoHello from the Financial Times. Today is Wednesday September 15th. And this is your FT News Briefing. [MUSIC PLAYING] Marc FilippinoUS inflation cooled a bit in August and consumers are …

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Kenilworth rail user calls for action to keep services running reliably at town’s ailing station three years after it opened

Kenilworth Station A Kenilworth commuter has expressed serious concerns about the town’s “chaotic descent” through its “erratic and unstable train service”. In April, the operator West Midlands Railway (WMR) resumed services at Kenilworth, which currently run once every two hours to Leamington and Coventry stations. These are supplemented by rail …

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Catalytic converters stolen from Heritage Village vehicles

SOUTHBURY – An investigation is underway into the recent theft of several catalytic converters on East Hill Road. The theft of several vehicle emission control devices belonging to the Heritage Village Masters Association – a community for adults 55 and older – was reported Thursday morning. Catalytic converters have become …

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Washington County Public Schools Do Not Require Masks

Washington County Public Schools do not plan to impose capacity limits or mask requirements in response to the coronavirus pandemic when the new school year begins on August 30. The school system’s decision not to impose masks on students and staff in classrooms, hallways and cafeterias was announced as Washington …

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Federal support for public transit is a major achievement

The success of public transportation can be attributed to one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Lyndon Johnson, which continues to benefit many Americans today. On July 9, 1964, he signed the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964. Subsequently, this resulted in the investment over time of several …

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From Rep. Seth Moulton’s office – Lynn Journal

succeeds in attaching $ 19.5 million for local projects to the Surface Transportation Bill Representative Seth Moulton (D-MA) announced that the House had passed the Investment Act in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation (INVEST) in America, which includes funding for four of the local projects that …

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SacRT Begins Transit Operations in Elk Grove | New

This month marks a major change in Elk Grove’s transit system, with its annexation to the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT). As of July 1, this official change allows SacRT to operate the transit services of this city as its own member entity. SacRT previously operated the city’s fixed-route, local …

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County agencies offering free transit in July

The Stanislaus Regional Transit Authority (StanRTA) and Turlock Transit recently announced that all rides on all fixed-route buses will be free for passengers in July 2021 as part of a joint free ride promotion. This includes MAX bus services to BART Commuter Express, MAX to ACE Commuter Express, and BART …

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Public suffering escalated amid new restrictions

Travelers and transport workers suffered tremendously on various highways on the first day of new restrictions on public movement and activities, except for emergency services in seven districts of Dhaka Division on Tuesday, due to suspension of inter-district bus and ferry services and limited train services. – Photo New Age …

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Illinois Reaches Phase 5 and Fully Reopens | Illinois

After nearly 15 months of pandemic-related limitations on social distancing capacity and protocols, Friday brought Phase 5 of the governor’s plan to reopen and now the state of Illinois is fully open. This final phase of Illinois’ restoration plan eliminates capacity limits for all businesses and activity restrictions for the …

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Lawmakers balk at Cuomo’s plan for MTA leadership

The future leadership of North America’s largest transit system, including the prospect of a woman in the top office for the first time, has been unexpectedly questioned by New York lawmakers Wednesday. Democrat-controlled state Senate leaders have indicated they will not vote on a proposal by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo …

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Best Commuter Bike 2021 | WJHL

2021 Commuter Bikes Getting to work is better for the environment than driving a car and allows you to exercise in the morning. Folding bikes are a popular choice for anyone commuting to work because they are easy to store once you get to your destination. If you’re looking to …

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