Betty Zane Days promises fun for all at Martins Ferry | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo Provided – Escalating to new heights for the Betty Zane Days Festival is Fire Chief II Ron Hilton, left to right; Stacy Carpino, Head of Retail Banking and Head of Regional Sales at Belmont Savings Bank; Captain Dave Maguire; 1st Lt. Austin DeLeonardis; and Captain Justin …

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New must-see films opening in August

It seems like only yesterday that the 2022 blockbuster season kicked off with movies like TOP GUN: MAVERICK and MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU, and yet we’re nearing the end of summer. But before you start planning all those highly-anticipated fall movie premieres, several upcoming releases prove that summer will …

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Accelerated bus driver and I fell – do I have a case?

Sponsored content Most bus services operate on a timetable, which means they spend as little time as possible at one stop and get to the next stop as quickly as possible. Typically, the passenger has the opportunity to find a seat and sit down on the bus before the bus …

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Transdev Sydney Ferries tests Cradlepoint’s 5G solution for better data access

Transdev Sydney Ferries has completed a trial using Cradlepoint’s 5G in-vehicle solutions operated by service partner Australian Sentinel. CCTV and Help Point data was uploaded from the ships to the operations control office while providing connectivity for public announcements, display of passenger information and corporate Wi-Fi. Funding for the project …

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RTD board OKs redesign of the bus network which will focus on the city, away from the suburbs

“I came kicking and screaming in this process. But I think what saves me is the fact that it’s a work in progress. It is a living document. There is some flexibility,” said RTD chairman Vince Buzek, who represents Westminster and other nearby suburbs. RTD staff and consultants have been …

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Alstom’s ERTMS/ETCS technology for the new Spanish AVE high-speed line

On Thursday July 21, an 87.25 km extension of the Spanish Alta Velocidad Española (AVE) high-speed train from Madrid to Burgos was officially inaugurated by His Majesty King Felipe VI. This section extends the Spanish High Speed ​​Line North (LAV), contributing to the social and economic structuring of the territories …

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Why Melbourne’s free tram zone must be scrapped

Overall, Yarra Trams said dwell times at stops increased by up to 38% during peak periods, resulting in a more congested and slower journey for paying passengers. Loading Overcrowding has forced authorities to direct additional light rail services to the CBD and cancel plans to redeploy some routes to improve …

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The return of Horne’s Ferry “three years of preparation”

CAPE VINCENT, New York (WWNY) — So much has come back after the pandemic. One that hasn’t, in full force so far, Horne’s Ferry to Cape Vincent. In fact, owner George Horne wasn’t sure he could do it again. Many people in Cape Vincent said that moment lasted three years. …

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Metro’s new CEO Randy Clarke takes office today

Randy Clarke, Metro’s new CEO, starts today and he has a lot of work to do. Why is it important: Washingtonians have lost faith in Metro. Its new leader will either regain the public’s trust or damage it further. Details: Clarke, who most recently ran the Austin Transit Agency, has …

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Tired of high gas prices? Take the bus, Huntsville leaders point out

“This story first appeared in the Lede, a digital news publication delivered to our subscribers every morning. Go here register.” Tired of paying nearly $4 for a gallon of gas? Huntsville city officials want you to ride the bus for pump pain relief. The city’s transit department has launched a …

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Boaters misbehave and boldly make ferry crews grumpy

MUKILTEO – Hey, guy in the speedboat. Seriously, how can you not see a 362 foot ferry? Happens all the time. On a clear Thursday mid-afternoon, the ferry operator honked five times when a small pleasure craft approached its path as it navigated the Mukilteo-Clinton route. The motorboat continued until …

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Sound Transit Seeks Public Comment on Transit Development Plan – The Suburban Times

Sound Transit press release. Sound Transit is seeking public comment on its proposed transit development plan. People can view the plan and leave comments until August 4 at www.soundtransit.org/tdp. Pursuant to RCW 35.58.2795, Sound Transit is required to prepare a six-year transit development plan and annual report, as well as …

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PM asks for Japan’s cooperation in building north-south high-speed railway

By Viet Tuan July 22, 2022 | 4:24 p.m. PT A Shinkansen bullet train in Japan. Illustration photo by Shutterstock Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on Friday asked the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) to support Vietnam in building a north-south high-speed railway. Receiving JBIC Chairman Maeda Tadashi in …

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Weymouth’s £1m station redevelopment nears completion

WORK on the £1million redevelopment of Weymouth station is nearing completion, but some commuters and councilors have raised concerns about its value for money. The project, which began last November, was originally due to be completed in March, but the “main construction phase” is now expected to wrap up next …

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BC Ferries board fires chairman and CEO Mark Collins, seeks ‘renewal’

VICTORIA – The British Columbia Ferry Services Board said it has ousted its chairman and chief executive, effective immediately due to staff shortages and ferry cancellations. A statement from the public company says the board has decided to end its contract with Mark Collins, who has worked for BC Ferries …

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How the Sixers’ new arena plan can put SEPTA, public transit to use

A big selling point for supporters of the Sixers’ recently unveiled plan to put a new arena in the city center is the overwhelming number of public transit options just yards from entrances. And that’s true ! Philadelphia isn’t known for its extremely robust public transit, but the intersection of …

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European high-speed railways: Italy launches new trains between Rome airport, Florence and Naples

Revolutionizing Europe’s railways has been on the EU agenda for years. Although progress has been slow, Italy made progress in July 2022 with new high-speed rail links linking Rome Fiumicino airport with Naples and Florence. As carbon emissions from flights and all other aspects of daily life rise, it is …

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UK paralyzed by historic heatwave

The UK is in the midst of a historic heat wave that few Britons have experienced. Most public transport, especially the railways, have significantly reduced their services. Authorities have asked people to limit their activities to a minimum, avoid travel, stay indoors during the hottest hours of the day and …

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Nearly 90 people brought back to Maui after rough seas cancel Lanai ferry | News, Sports, Jobs

Maui News Dangerous ocean conditions forced the Expeditions ferry to cancel its return trip to Maui on Saturday, stranding 89 people on Lanai who stayed overnight before returning home to Maui the next day, according to the county. Because off-island transportation could not be arranged Saturday, shelter was …

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ASU parking structures begin charging for weekend visitors

ASU’s Tempe campus parking structures stopped offering free parking to visitors on weekends beginning July 16. Previously, all Tempe campus parking lots were free on non-event weekends. A July 5 announcement of the change from ASU Business and Finance attributed the adjustment to “more activity around the Tempe campus in …

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Train endangers some of Mexico’s oldest prehistoric sites

Comment this story Comment MEXICO CITY — The Mexican government has invoked national security powers to press ahead with a tourist train along the Caribbean coast that threatens vast caves where some of North America’s oldest human remains have been discovered . President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is rushing to …

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ART HOBSON: America’s love affair with auto ownership is a crushing burden

Americans are famous for driving everywhere and, indeed, we have one of the highest per capita vehicle ownership rates in the world. Yet few drivers are aware of the enormous lifetime financial burden of car ownership. A recent article by Stefan Goessling, published in the journal “Ecological Economics” and reviewed …

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West Seattle Blog… | Fauntleroy Cove Park Group enters lull for ferry dock project

The public phase of the Fauntleroy ferry terminal replacement project is in a summer lull – next stage, Washington State Ferries spokesperson Hadley Rodero says WSB, is that in “September, we will share the results of the next round of selections for the remaining project alternatives. However, community advocacy efforts …

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Here are five things Idaho developers can do to create more affordable housing

It’s no secret that our state is exploding with growth. As permanent residents of Treasure Valley, we experience our state’s growing pains alongside many other Idahoans. Because our business is to help others live here – whether through real estate, conscious neighborhood development or sustainable construction – we also know …

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The facades of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed train station will be built to represent the character of the city; details inside

The facade of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Railway Station will be designed keeping in mind the local architecture and character of the city. In the new design, the specific functional needs of each station are enveloped in a site-specific architectural skin in terms of scale, mass, volume and material. The …

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UNRA suspends Nakiwogo-Buwaya ferry services for one day

Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA announced planned disruptions to the Nakiwogo-Buwaya ferry services today, Sunday. According to UNRA, the ferry will carry road construction material from Zzinga Island to the mainland via Nakiwogo, Entebbe. The equipment was deployed to carry out maintenance work on …

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SEPTA expands Key Advantage program for large employers

SEPTA is developing its Key Advantage program, an effort to entice large corporations to sign up for key cards that are given to employees as a benefit. The program was tested from March by three companies, Penn Medicine, Drexel University and Wawa. Since then, they’ve recruited just under half of …

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A beginner’s guide to public transport

Knowing how to navigate Boston’s public transportation system is always the hardest part of visiting the city, especially for the first time. The Metropolitan Boston Transit Authority’s subway and bus system, or the “T” as locals call it, is the most common way to get around Boston, so it’s essential …

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Does Gov. Spencer Cox’s Choice to Lead the Department of Natural Resources Violate the Utah Constitution?

Rep. Joel Ferry retains his seat at Utah House while serving as acting director. Ferry is still on the November ballot. (Chris Samuels | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Department of Natural Resources acting executive director Joel Ferry is retaining his seat in the Utah Legislature, an arrangement that could …

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Mass Senate passes amendment to create or authorize low-income transit fare programs

In complete transparency, the following press release was sent to the SOURCE media from the Presidency of the Senate. *** BOSTON – Today, July 14, the Massachusetts State Senate passed an amendment to the transportation bond bill, Senate Bill 2989, which directs the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and enables …

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On the trail: gubernatorial contenders on taxes, tolerance and transportation

A noticeable midsummer lull in the statewide political races did not extend to the campaigns of Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont and Republican challenger Bob Stefanowski, who continued their daily skirmishes as the Candidates from minor parties weighed in from the edges of the fray. “Since you are the governor for …

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Wellington.Scoop » Rail workers back Greens campaign for better regional rail services

RMTU NewsThe union representing railway workers is backing a Green Party call for more government investment in regional passenger rail, especially between Wellington and Palmerston North. Rail and Maritime Union general secretary Wayne Butson said continued underfunding was causing problems for regional passenger rail services. Butson says the union supports …

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Why this Mumbai female entrepreneur is betting big on Indian waterways

A road trip from Mumbai to Mandwa, a port village nearly 100 km away, can take around three hours or more, depending on traffic. But what if the travel time is reduced to one hour and the distance to only 19 km? M2M ferries, Maharashtra’s first Ro-Pax ferry service makes …

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Democrat Matt Adams pushes education and public transit in final weeks of Hamilton County mayoral campaign

Matt Adams, the Democratic candidate for mayor of Hamilton County, knows from his eight years in the US military that the best commanders are often those who listen. “They’re the ones saying, ‘I’m at the head of the table, but every single one of you at this table knows more …

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ECRL project in Malaysia reaches 30% construction completion

ECRL is expected to be completed in 2027. Credit: jplenio from Pixabay. The East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project in Malaysia has reached 30% construction completion, Chinese public news channel CGTN reported. Part of China’s Belt and Road initiative, the 655 km long project will link the east coast of …

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DATTCO Announces Acquisition of Flagship Trailways

Two well-known New England coach companies have become one. DATTCO Motor Coach, a Connecticut-based coach and charter bus company, has acquired Rhode Island-based Flagship Trailways for an undisclosed amount in a July 1 deal. Flagship Trailways’ coach service will operate under the DATTCO brand and company staff will remain in …

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Where to watch and stream Ferry for free online

Cast: Frank Lammers Elise Schaap Huub Stapel Monic Hendrickx Raymond Thiry Generators: Stock Crime Drama Director: Cecilia Verheyden Release date: May 14, 2021 Before building a drug empire, Ferry Bouman returns to his hometown on a mission of revenge that tests his loyalty – and a love that changes his …

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Segway tours Boston with a pitch on the city’s transit market

On a perfect weekend day at Boston Common, you could see lots of people taking in the sights on foot, but what stood out were the few people weaving their way through the area on Segway scooters. That’s how Segway-Ninebot wants it, according to company representatives, who see their electronics …

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Virginia adds Amtrak service to Norfolk, Roanoke

Comment this story Comment Virginia adds more Amtrak service between the nation’s capital and eastern and western parts of the state, the latest major step in the multi-billion dollar expansion of its passenger rail network. New round trips begin Monday: one to Norfolk and another to Roanoke in southwest Virginia, …

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Public transport disappears from Abbottabad despite double fare

Sumaira FH Posted on July 09, 2022 | 5:40 p.m. ABBOTTABAD, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – July 9, 2022): Like every year on the eve of the Eid-ul-Adha holiday, Eid transport fares have doubled and public transport has also disappeared from the terminals bus stop in Abbottabad, stranded passengers were wandering …

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Shields Ferry services will be temporarily interrupted in the evenings for two weeks

Shields Ferry will not be operating evening crossings between Monday and Saturday for two weeks. Nexus, the company that owns and operates the ferry, said it was shrinking to a 12-hour schedule due to a lack of crew availability. However, a plan is in place to ensure the restoration of …

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Chart of the Week: Student transit use remains at a fraction of pre-pandemic levels

In DC, public school students can ride the Metrobus or Metrorail for free under the Kids Ride Free program, as there is no school bus service (except for transportation provided to some students with certain special educational needs). In January 2022, student ridership on public transit, as measured by free …

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Sustainability and Land Use Update – July 2022 | Allen Matkins

To concentrate San Francisco Chronicle – June 28 Last Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors narrowly approved legislation to eliminate single-family zoning and instead allow higher density, a change long sought by housing development advocates. Currently, approximately 40% of San Francisco’s land area is zoned for single-family homes only. …

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2023: how to distinguish the candidates | The Guardian Nigeria News

Once upon a time, the state was an “urban jungle”. If you wander through the noise-polluted streets, crowded with rickety commuter buses, cars, push carts and wheelbarrows, and teeming with screaming street vendors, ubiquitous market stalls around heaps of rubbish At pole height and rotting gutter seeps, you might find …

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Kenya’s SGR train carries 7.8 million passengers since inception

The first Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) train arrives at the Nairobi terminus in Nairobi, Kenya May 31, 2017. Kenya has now found a new lifeline in the standard gauge railway (SGR) built in China since its launch on May 31, 2017. Data from Afristar, the SGR operator, shows that …

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‘There is no immediate solution’: High gas prices impact students and public transport

A year ago, average national gas prices hovered around $3 a gallon. This month, gas stations across the country posted the highest average prices on record. In some parts of the country, average gasoline prices approached $6.50 a gallon. In the Durham-Chapel Hill area, average gasoline prices hit a record …

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Global Railway System Industry to 2027

DUBLIN, July 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Railway System Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2022-2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research and Markets Logo The global rail system market reached a value of US$25.8 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, the publisher expects …

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Fewer TSRTC buses to other states irritate commuters

Hyderabad: Commuters have faced problems traveling in and out of the state as Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) uses low frequency buses to other states especially Maharashtra and Karnataka. Commuters said that despite a 100% increase in passenger occupancy on private buses, the TSRTC has not restored Garuda services …

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Tell Hong Kong’s story with Star Ferry through the lens

Star Ferry sails with Hong Kong. CONTRIBUTED IMAGE TO celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the 125th anniversary of Star Ferry Co. Ltd., Star Ferry announces the launch of the “2022 Star Ferry Photo Contest” and welcomes people from all over …

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Auckland mayoral candidate Viv Beck wants cheaper bus transport options, not light rail

Centre-right candidate for mayor of Auckland, Viv Beck, wants the rollout of express bus lines, instead of the proposed $14.6 billion light rail system. In another part of Beck’s transportation policy, she believed a bus rapid transit network could be in place within a decade, proposing some projects and launching …

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MSRTC cracks down on errant drivers, welcome

It is good to hear that the service has taken note of the complaints. Now warnings have already been issued so this is a pointer that merit was found in these complaints An MSRTC bus at its Kurla depot. File Picture The …

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Bells & Whistles – Is high-speed rail back in Texas after critical court victory?

Written by Bill Wilson, editor The top stories RT&S covered in the week ending July 1. California high-speed rail will finally get $4.2 billion, but future funding murky U.S. DOT Announces Over $573 Million in Funding for New Railroad Crossing Elimination Program Farmers …

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BC Ferries awaits: Long lines for Canada Day in Horseshoe Bay

There was more frustration for BC Ferries passengers at the Horseshoe Bay terminal on Friday, with waits of up to five hours at the start of the long weekend. The hectic conditions were the result of mechanical problems on the Queen of Alberni, which forced the ship out of service …

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RideKC expands micro transit in Johnson County next week

RideKC Micro Transit is expanding with the help of federal COVID relief funds awarded last year by the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners. RideKC Transit is expanding to Johnson County next week with RideKC Micro Transit. RideKC 499 Johnson County Micro Transit will expand its service area and operate …

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Ashwini Vaishnaw Co-Chaired the 14th Joint Committee Meeting on Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail Project

NNA | Updated: June 30, 2022 4:15 p.m. STI New Delhi [India]Jun 30 (ANI): Union Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw on Thursday co-chaired the 14th Indian Side Joint Committee Meeting to discuss and decide on all important issues related to the execution of the High Speed ​​Rail Mumbai-Ahmedabad Speed ​​(MAHSR) Project.Dr. …

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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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