Possible summer launch for Statesboro city buses

What price? As city officials heard during the initial feasibility study, passenger fares typically only cover a portion of the costs of operating an urban bus system. The grant program only requires that rates cover at least 10%, according to Statesboro’s implementation plan. The proposed base fare is $ 1 …

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Buttigieg touts Atlanta infrastructure plan | Ga Fl News

ATLANTA – U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg visited Atlanta on a trip on Friday to tout President Joe Biden’s substantial plan to revitalize the country’s infrastructure. The U.S. Jobs Plan would allocate funds to projects ranging from repairing old roads and bridges and upgrading transit stations to investing …

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Delta Police Chief comments on Tsawwassen ferry checkpoint

BC Ferries staff will call Delta Police for law enforcement assistance if a traveler refuses to follow the essential travel order only Delta Police will not be holding a checkpoint to enforce COVID-19 restrictions on non-essential travel at the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal this holiday weekend. That’s what Police Chief Neil …

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Harpers Ferry Half Marathon returns | News, Sports, Jobs

Meter markers were located throughout Bolívar and Harpers Ferry, marking the locations of runners in the Harpers Ferry Half Marathon. Toni Milbourne HARPERS FERRY – After a 2020 cancellation of the popular Harpers Ferry Half Marathon, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers have decided to bring the event back this …

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Benton County Transit gets new name, phone and website

The Benton County Transit Program has launched its new brand. Formally known as the Special / Rural Transit Program, and often referred to as the county contractor, Dial-a-Bus, the name change brings a new name: Benton Area Transit (affectionately known as BAT), logo and color scheme. In the coming weeks, …

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Students should be allowed to buy cars with financial aid

As lawmakers focus attention on infrastructure, much of the conversation centers on reducing dependence on cars. But what about people with no choice? Today 99% of community college students go to campus – and a significant number of community colleges are not accessible by public transport. The Biden administration calls …

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La Crosse region stakeholders continue their conversation on regional EMS, fires and transit | Government and Politics

Stakeholders in the La Crosse region are continuing the conversation about regionalizing certain services such as EMS, fire, and transit as different municipalities reassess the effectiveness of doing it themselves. Members of the La Crosse area planning committee, which is a group of officials from various municipalities in the county, …

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California’s new standard that turns passenger car fleets into zero-emission vehicles is winning for public health, the climate and business drivers, science group says

SACRAMENTO, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The California Air Resources Board (CARB) voted today to endorse the country’s first standard to move fleets of vehicles to zero emissions by 2030. The Clean Miles standard will ensure that 90% of kilometers driven at across California are taking place in zero-emission vehicles …

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Legislature sends Alaska ferry reform bill to governor

State lawmakers sent a bill to Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s office on Wednesday that boosters say ensure better long-term planning of the state-run ferry system. The 280-foot Hubbard is an Alaska-class ferry docked in Ketchikan on January 29, 2021. It was built for $ 60 million by Vigor Alaska and completed …

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First free ORCA card for young people aged 6 to 18

Young people in the Puget Sound area can get their first ORCA card for free starting June 1. ORCA Cards (which stands for One Regional Card for All) are a transit pass accepted by Community Transit, Everett Transit, King County Metro, Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit, Sound Transit and Washington State …

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Public transport route decided for Thurlow

Thurlow Route 9. (Photo: Belleville Transit) It’s full speed ahead for Belleville Transit as it prepares for the launch of an all-new bus service in the Thurlow neighborhood the day after Labor Day. On Wednesday evening, the Transit Advisory Committee approved Thurlow Route, known as Route 9. It will provide …

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Help plan Okaloosa County transit

CRESTVIEW – The local bus service is looking for experts to help plan the future of public transportation in Okaloosa County: its passengers. As the county continues to develop its 10-year transit development plan, it invites users – and would be users – of the Emerald Coast (EC) Rider bus …

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Salem Ferry returns May 21 with Halloween end date | Local News

SALEM – The ferry service between Boston and Salem returns on Friday. Boston Harbor Cruises has started taking reservations for the Salem Ferry, which typically runs between Boston and Salem during warmer months. The service saw massive disruptions under the COVID-19 pandemic last year, including less than 10% ridership, a …

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Rail News – Brightline completes first half of construction on Orlando’s bullet train. For railway professionals

Home of railway news High speed railway 05/20/2021 Railway news: high speed train Attendees at yesterday’s celebration marked the occasion by signing a bright yellow 12-foot stick of steel rail. Photo – gobrightline.com Brightline recently announced a milestone: The private high-speed rail company has passed the midpoint of building its …

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Fanfare and fireworks start the SS Badger car ferry season

MANITOWOC, Wisconsin (WBAY) – The Badger SS Lake Michigan Carferry is back in the water after a hectic 2020. The ferry left Manitowoc at 3 p.m. for Ludington, Michigan, on its maiden voyage of the season Thursday. The Manitowoc area community welcomed the ferry at S. Lakeview Dr. “It’s exciting …

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High Speed ​​Trains Market Analysis Report by Product Type, Industrial Application and Future Technology 2026

The High Speed ​​Rail market research report offers granular analysis of the business space and includes information regarding market trends such as industry share, current revenue, market size, deliverables periodicals and profit estimates. The High Speed ​​Rail Market research report is a compilation of essential information regarding the market size, …

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Third class ferry on the way to British Columbia

BC Ferries’ third new island class ferry departed Romania on Wednesday for a two-month trip to Point Hope Maritime in Vic West. Once here, the diesel-electric hybrid ferry will be ready to go into service on the Campbell River-Quadra Island route next year. It will share the route with the …

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Ferry (2021) Review – But why Tho? A Geek community

Reading time: 3 minutes Ferry is a crime drama Netflix Original with Frank lammers. Ferry (Lammers) is an executor for a mafia boss in Amsterdam named Brink. When one of Brink’s businesses is robbed, with his son shot in the process, Ferry must track down and kill the perpetrators. But …

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Brescia introduces contactless payment on all buses

Conduent’s validators allow runners contactless access to the service Brescia Mobilità is working with the services and solutions company Conduent Transportation to introduce a contactless payment system to its bus fleet. The system will be active on the 220 buses that serve the Italian city and 14 surrounding municipalities. Brescia …

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Proposal to identify long-term ferry solutions passes Senate, 20-0; Return to the House for final approval before being sent to the Governor

Proposal to identify long-term ferry solutions passes Senate, 20-0; Return to the House for final approval before being sent to the Governor May 19, 2021Wednesday PM (SitNews) Juneau, Alaska – A bill establishing a nine-member Alaska Sea Route Operations Council was passed by the Alaska State Senate yesterday, 20-0. House …

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Samish out of service; a handful of canceled May 20 cruises

Submitted by Washington State Ferries. At 10:20 a.m. on Thursday, May 20, Vessel No. 3 Samish remained out of service due to mechanical problems. Technicians are currently on site for repairs. Updates will be provided as more information becomes available. Booking rules have been relaxed for customers who no longer …

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Gozo-Malta high-speed ferry service to start June 1

Gozo-Malta fast ferry service starts June 1 Virtu Ferries fares will cost EUR 12 per person; Gozo Fast Ferry Ltd’s new catamarans have arrived The new Gozo-Malta fast ferry service is set to start on June 1 after the two operators who will be making the crossings announced their vessels …

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West Ferry Marina changes ownership

An aerial view of the Dutch Harbor Boat Yard at the West Ferry section of Narragansett Avenue. Joe McGrady sells the marina after seven years at the helm. A Cranston subsidiary of TPG Hotels & Resorts is in the process of acquiring the Dutch Harbor Boat Yard. City councilors, pending …

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VTA to appoint new Managing Director and CEO

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority set to approve a new CEO and CEO after losing its last leader to the administration of President Joe Biden in January. Carolyn Gonot is the latest candidate to lead 2,100 employees to operate buses, light rail and paratransit services for more than 2 …

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PGA Korn Ferry Tour returns to Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – After not playing last season due to COVID-19, the PGA’s Korn Ferry Tour is back in Kansas City. The AdventHealth Championship begins this week at the Blue Hills Country Club Golf Course. On Wednesday, the practice green was packed with dozens of golfers looking to win …

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Bonners Ferry Weapons Club News

Hello fellow snipers! The Trap Club is now open to all trap shooters at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays. New, experienced, young and over-the-hill gang are all welcome and mentoring is available. Our targets are the all-orange clays of the White Flyer, and the houses meet Hobbyist Trap Association standards. We …

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Washington Ferry Fares Could Increase

It’s not just toll fares that could soon become more expensive in Washington: ferry fares for passengers and vehicles could also increase by the end of the year. At a Washington State Transportation Commission meeting on Tuesday, Washington State Ferry senior planning director Ray Deardorf explained that additional operating revenue …

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Transport Crew SOP: Be Polite, Help Women

Chennai: The state government announced free travel for workers and women pursuing higher education in regular city buses. In the SOP released to state transportation companies, Department Secretary C. Samayamoorthy said city buses should stop at bus stops to take waiting passengers. Vehicles should stop regardless of whether there is …

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China halts two high-speed rail projects for debt

Beijing [China], May 19 (ANI): Due to growing local government debt, China ordered work stoppage on two high-speed rail projects with a total investment of 130 billion yuan ($ 20 billion) in the provinces from Shandong and Shaanxi. Citing local media, Nikkei Asia had learned that last month, work on …

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Inflated working numbers support the high speed train

In summary The inflated job creation numbers help keep the California bullet train project alive despite the lack of justification. Whenever politicians spend large sums of taxpayer money on pet projects, they invariably overestimate their supposed economic benefits, especially by creating a multitude of “high paying jobs.” They all do …

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House adopts $ 6 billion capital budget

By Sydney Brown WNPA Olympia Press Service OLYMPIA – Lawmakers unanimously passed a $ 6.23 billion capital budget on April 2, allocating millions of state and federal funds to invest in community projects and public works. “We have put in place a budget that not only meets the infrastructure needs …

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Dr Bankole Johnson believes beauty begins in the brain

Famous brain specialist Dr Bankole Johnson opens private clinics this spring that merge … [+] all he knows about the brain to create a multidisciplinary clinic to help clients achieve well-being and happiness. Private clinics “Have you ever looked for the word happy in the dictionary?” You should. That’s the …

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Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Law: Assistance Available for Airlines and Passenger Airports | Mintz – Perspectives on Public Finances

On March 27, 2020, President Trump enacted the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” (the “CARES Law“), a more than $ 2 trillion stimulus package intended to ease the economic and social disruption the country faces in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Unsurprisingly, the new law includes funding …

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FIS: bank growth, capital market solutions

Loyalty information services (FIS) released results on Tuesday, August 4, which show organic growth in banking and capital market solutions at 4% and 3% year-on-year respectively, while it has made progress in synergies following its acquisition of Worldpay in 2019. Gary Norcross, the chairman and chief executive of FIS, said …

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Why Hecla Mining Stock rose 15% in February

What happened Silver and gold miner stocks Hecla mining (NYSE: HL) rose just under 15% in February, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. The price increase has not been smooth, with big spikes towards the start and end of the month which were followed by a drop in …

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Valley Bank Releases 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Highlights the response and commitment to communities during a tumultuous year April 7, 2021 Valley National Bancorp, based in Wayne, the holding company of Valley National Bank, released Catalyst For Change, the bank’s 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report that highlights the bank’s commitment to help build stronger communities and …

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Companies fearing exclusion from Fed loans push for change

A significant number of companies could be excluded from the $ 2.3 trillion business loan program created by Congress and administered by the Treasury and the Federal Reserve. The last law of economic aid (Public law 116-136) authorizes the Fed to provide low-interest loans to various companies. But due to …

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ECC Library Temporarily Suspends Laptop Loans

El Camino College Library has temporarily halted its distribution of laptops and Wi-Fi devices because few requests are submitted to the program. Although this will not last for the entire semester, staff take a break before coming to the library to also minimize the risk of the spread of COVID-19. …

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