Government workers demonstrate in Shimla and demand the reinstatement of the old pension scheme

Demanding the reinstatement of the old pension plan (OPS), thousands of state government workers besieged the city’s main ring road, causing great inconvenience to commuters. The police had to use water cannons to disperse them. Various employee unions had launched a call to demonstrate in Shimla. Union members started gathering …

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Metal Shark strikes deal to build ferries to Fire Island

Metal Shark has been awarded a contract to build a new ferry vehicle for Fire Island Ferries, a vessel designed by Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG). Construction of the new Fire Island Maid recently began at Metal Shark’s Bayou La Batre Shipyard in Alabama, and the 70 x 23 foot …

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What this means for Drexel

Summary New cases of COVID-19 continue to decline in the Philadelphia area. The City of Philadelphia has announced relaxed guidelines on indoor masking. However, indoor mask-wearing will continue on the Drexel campus this quarter, until the end of finals week on …

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Welsh train journey named one of the best in the world by Lonely Planet

A Welsh train journey has been voted one of the best in the world by the famous Lonely Planet guide. The travel authority had published its first-ever dedicated guide to continental rail travel and the rail travel loop since Llandudno to Porthmadog appears in the top five in Europe. The …

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Diesel Trains Could Survive Quebec’s Green Transit Push, In The Short Term – Montreal

Quebec Transportation Minister Chantale Rouleau is helping lead her government’s efforts to electrify public transportation in the province. On Tuesday, she announced an $18 million grant to bus company Transco to help purchase electric school buses. “One hundred and twenty new buses, electric buses, will be on the island of …

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FERRY TALES: Fighting misinformation and getting the whole story

The media have been around for a long time and for one purpose: to inform the public. Print (hello!), TV, and the web (hello, again!) are all there for our consumption and to tell us what’s going on or tickle our brains to make that news more enjoyable. Internet has …

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St. Lawrence County Transit Route #71 to resume March 7 | St. Lawrence County

TOWNSHIP — Bus route No. 71, which was suspended in August by St. Lawrence County Transit, is scheduled to resume operations on Monday, March 7. “Route 71 is one of our transit routes,” said Michelle I. Quinell-Gayle, director of community relations and business development for Arc Jefferson-St. Lawrence, which owns …

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PRESS RELEASE: Opening to traffic of a flyover financed by the high-speed train

February 28, 2022 FRESNO COUNTY, Calif. – The California High-Speed ​​Rail Authority (Authority) today announced that it has completed another structure on the nation’s first high-speed rail system. The South Avenue Grade Separation in Fresno County is now open to traffic, adding to the continued progress along the 65-mile segment …

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Nigerian students in Ukraine can enter Poland, Romania and Hungary

Nigerian students in Ukraine have found themselves trapped in the middle of a fiery war zone. Public transport like buses, trains and planes stopped working after Ukraine imposed a state of emergency. Following Russia’s invasion on Thursday, Nigerian citizens in the country have been urged to ‘remain calm but be …

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The Green Sand Ferry system is operational again from tomorrow

Environment Minister Mahinda Amaraweera has instructed the Bureau of Geological Surveys and Mines to resume construction of the Green Sand Ferry concept from tomorrow (March 1) as directed by the Presidential Task Force on Landmine Management. geological resources. The Minister called for the resumption of the Green Sand Ferry concept …

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Subways as shelters | Planetizen News

“As Russian forces launched multiple missiles at the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on the night of February 23, thousands of citizens hunkered down in subway stations,” writes Camille Squires, world cities reporter for Quartz. On Thursday, February 24, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko imposed a curfew and halted public transport so …

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UTA Offers Free Fare in February, Sparks Conversation About Free Public Transportation – The Daily Utah Chronicle

During the month of February 2022, all UTA services are available for everyone and can be used free of charge for Free Fare February. This includes all UTA bus and train services. The initiative is led by Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall and made possible by sponsors that include …

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LA must rezone for 250,000 more homes, Burbank airport battles high-speed rail, and more

Late last year, the city of Los Angeles passed a new plan to build 500,000 new homes by 2029. That move was overturned earlier this week by state officials. “City of Los Angeles Planning was advised by the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) yesterday that the state …

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8 found dead after ferry fire off Greece as grim search continues

ATHENS — Rescuers exploring the charred hull of a ferry that caught fire off the Greek island of Corfu this month found eight bodies and were looking for three more on Saturday, Greek authorities said. A total of 281 people have been rescued from the Italian-owned Euroferry Olympia after the …

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Free bus rides for children and teens to be made permanent – ​​Orange County Register

A trial offering free bus rides to children and teens in Orange County will remain permanently, the county’s transit agency said, after the six-month-old pilot saw ‘success’ in bringing the young people to travel. Passengers ages 6 to 18 can travel on any Orange County Transportation Authority route, as long …

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Brad Pitt Teases ‘Bullet Train’ in Fictional Train Ad

By Jamie Samhan. 3 hours ago Brad Pitt teases his upcoming ‘Bullet Train’ movie. The highly anticipated film will be released this summer, with the first trailer dropping next week. In what could almost pass for a real commercial for a train line, Pitt narrates a video for the fictional …

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University of Montana to lift mask mandate in March

MISSOULA — The University of Montana reports that the mask mandate will become a recommendation on March 3. Masks are currently required in UM classrooms and teaching labs. UM says that on March 3, there will be a few exceptions to the mask mandate, including the following: Masks will continue …

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The Ocracoke Express passenger ferry lands in the village of Hatteras

Ocracoke Express on Wednesday, February 24 The North Carolina “Ocracoke Express” passenger ferry touched down in the village of Hatteras on Wednesday, Feb. 23, after being sailed to the Hatteras Ferry Terminal from the North Carolina Department of Transportation terminal at Cherry Point, in North Carolina, where he has been …

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Indoor mask requirements end March 13, but not at City Hall or on public transit

A citywide mask mandate relaxes on March 14. A city employee is seen in a mask outside on January 29. (Photo: Tyler Motes) Cambridge is lifting its mask requirement for indoor public places from 11:59 p.m. on March 13, crediting “a steady decrease in reported cases, test positivity and detection …

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Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail: Check Out India’s First High Speed ​​Rail Project Progress Video

The bullet trains will be equipped with the most advanced signaling system used in Japanese Shinkansen trains. Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail Progress: Development work on India’s first high-speed rail project is in full swing! After the work of MAHSR is completed, passengers will be able to enjoy the journey on …

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Feb-22 AT Board Meeting – Greater Auckland

Tomorrow the Auckland Transport Board will hold their first public Board meeting of the year and here are highlights from their reports. You can also watch the open session of the meeting live between 9 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. via this Microsoft Teams link. Closed session Below are the most …

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Evening services on Shields Ferry are set to resume from next month

Evening services on the Shields Ferry are to be restored from next month. Operators of the cross-Tyne service, Nexus, said they plan to restore a full schedule from Monday, March 7. Evening services had previously been axed amid the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19. Go here for the …

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Montreal’s inspector general castigates the STM for bus garage contracts

Breadcrumb Links Local News The transit agency defended its actions, saying it saved more than $2 million in public funds. Author of the article: Marianne Scott • Montreal Gazette “The STM acted in the interest of the project and with a view to ensuring the sound management of public funds,” …

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Delhi-Meerut RRTS Corridor: Delivery of 100% ‘Made in India’ High Speed ​​Trains to Begin Soon with Trial Launching This Year

Image source: NCRTC Delhi (Metro Rail News): The National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) is preparing to start trials later this year on the 17 km priority section of the Delhi-Ghaziabad Meerut RRTS road between Sahibabad and Duhai, which is expected to be operational by March 2023. The 82 KM …

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Sydney commuters tell of utter chaos

Mrs. King thought she would leave the house a little early and find an alternative route. ‘I arrived at Hornsby station and there was absolute pandemonium as there was no replacement bus,’ she said. “The poor guards on the train were abused by everyone for things beyond their control.” Ms …

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Man flagged for traffic violation after car rollover at Broughty Ferry

Man flagged for traffic violation after car rollover at Broughty Ferry Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to 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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Downtown businesses get a boost as indoor mask mandate eased

SAN DIEGO – The first weekend in two months without a mask mandate, there is more foot traffic and smiling faces in the Gaslamp Quarters. Downtown restaurant and store owners said business has been up since Governor Gavin Newsom lifted the indoor mask mandate on Wednesday. Under new state guidelines, …

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Brutalized ‘promdi’ commuters: Let’s find our voice, let’s vote wisely

NO government is perfect. And the government was neither perfect nor free from misguided and misguided policies during the period that Nikki Coseteng served in the Philippine Senate. But the governments of the day, imperfect as they were, had a saving grace. There was no deliberate effort to brutalize the …

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Vegas-to-Los Angeles high-speed train project making progress

Brightline West tentatively expected to innovate in 2023 By Dolores Quintana Brightline West, a proposed high-speed rail project that would connect Las Vegas to the Los Angeles area, has announced a new date for the groundbreaking construction of the project. A report from Forbes says Brightline has set a tentative …

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Police arrest suspect in robbery spree at Coronado Park and ferry landing

CORONADO — Authorities arrested an Oceanside teenager Friday night on suspicion of robbing a dozen people at gunpoint last week from a Coronado park in a frenzy that left three people injured. Manuel Sebastian Hernandez, 19, is suspected in the Feb. 12 robberies at Centennial Park and a related attack …

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The cashless trend isn’t benefiting everyone — Voice of San Diego

Chaun Reynolds, 41, walks near his home in Imperial Beach on February 16, 2022. Reynolds uses public transportation but does not have a credit or debit card. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz Chaun Reynolds spent decades working as a cook in restaurants before injuring his back and ending up on …

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Ownership issues prompted the high-speed rail council to change its ways for two new sections

Written by Bill Wilson, editor California’s high-speed rail agency is set to award two more construction segments. Property acquisitions, or lack thereof, have killed the momentum of California’s high-speed rail project. So, for the next round of contract awards, the California High Speed …

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Rabbit Mobility partners with LISNR for contactless onboarding |

CINCINNATI, February 17, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Rabbit Mobility, an Innovative Leader in Sharing Commuter Experiences Nigeria has partnered with LISNR for an industry-leading contactless mobile onboarding experience. The partnership will allow Rabbit Mobility to provide a seamless and secure onboarding experience enabling faster and more automated stops. Rabbit Mobility was …

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A Window to the Past – Portland Plush Mill Company at Ferry Village

Most local history buffs know that we had a lavish mill in Ferry Village, but may not know many details about it. The site, now home to the RiverPlace Apartments off Mussey Street, has long been home to an industrial complex. Most people referred to this complex as the old …

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Project Funding Group of the Year: Nossaman

By Marco Poggio (February 16, 2022, 2:08 PM EST) – Nossaman LLP’s Project Finance Group has led major public infrastructure projects by clients including the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, earning the team a spot among Law360’s 2021 Project Funding …

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Air taxis are coming, bringing bad news for high-speed rail

Air taxis will soon become a reality. They will radically change the nature of travel, taking the well-heeled off the road. For short, inter-city and intra-city trips, in the range of modern drones capable of carrying passengers, these taxis will replace cars. For longer distances requiring air travel, air taxis …

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See what’s changed in the updated guidelines – NBC Boston

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is updating its face mask guidelines for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In an advisory on Tuesday, DPH said it now advises wearing face masks indoors outside your home if you are fully vaccinated and have a weakened immune system, if you …

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Carteret will receive $6 million from the DOT to build a passenger ferry terminal

Carteret will receive $6 million from the US Department of Transportation to build a passenger ferry terminal as part of the city’s effort to operate a ferry from central New Jersey to downtown Manhattan. “This is great news for New Jersey residents and tourists traveling to downtown Manhattan. This funding …

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Masks will no longer be required in many places from Wednesday

Two months after it was put in place to handle the Omicron surge, California’s mask mandate drops at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, though face coverings are still needed in many settings, including schools, hospitals and public transport. San Diego County coronavirus numbers continue to prove the pandemic is receding. The daily …

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Hosting the Olympics is expensive. For China, it is worth every billion.

ZHANGJIAKOU, China — To perform an Olympic ski jump, China lined a steel slope and covered it with artificial snow. To build a high-speed rail line connecting the sites and Beijing, engineers dug tunnels through the surrounding mountains. And to keep the coronavirus at bay, workers perform tens of thousands …

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Transport leaders on pressing issues for 2022

The region’s transportation leaders, tasked with improving and modernizing the agencies that oversee the most critical components of a vast transportation network, will see an influx of federal funding this year from the $1,000 bipartisan infrastructure package. billion dollars recently signed. Opportunities exist for urgent improvements to New Jersey’s bridges, …

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Gunman goes on a rampage in Coronado Park, landing on ferry –

CORONADO (KUSI) – Police were looking for a gunman on Sunday who engaged in a series of crimes at a Coronado park and the landing of a ferry, including robbing nearly a dozen victims and whipping a woman with a gun, authorities said. The shooter allegedly approached a couple while …

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CalMac responds to concerns over ferry services

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Will more bus lanes solve traffic problems in New York?

“This is a matter of fundamental fairness,” said Janno Lieber, chairman and CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which runs the bus system. “Bus lanes and bus lanes are the only way we can meet New York’s need for a much faster bus system.” Other cities around the world, including …

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RIPTA celebrates Transit Fairness Day

February 11, 2022 1:36 p.m. (Photo courtesy of Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA)/Facebook) PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE) – The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is celebrating transit fairness this Friday alongside climate and transportation organizations. Organized by the Labor Network for Sustainability, this initiative campaigns for accessible, green and …

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Global High Speed ​​Rail Coatings Market Growth Analysis and Forecast to 2027

Global High Speed ​​Rail Coatings Market Report 2016-2027 is the latest research study assessing the market, highlighting opportunities, risk analysis and supporting strategic and tactical decision making. The influencing factors of growth and regulations regarding the use of information, the availability of highly reliable products in the market, and the …

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Residents must vote wisely to end urban woes

the herald Dialogue on the development of Lovemore Chikova It has since become clear to even the staunchest opposition supporter that the ambition to develop urban areas to desired levels cannot be achieved with opposition councillors. Harare, with its ambitions to become a world-class city by 2025, is a good …

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Ferry staff receive training designed to help disabled passengers – The Royal Gazette

Updated: February 10, 2022 1:22 PM Joining Davida O’Brien, Standards and Tourism Training at the Bermuda Tourism Authority, and Tinee Furbert, Minister of Social Development and Seniors and Chair of the BTA’s Accessibility Task Force (Photograph provided) Ferry crew members have undergone special training to help make traveling on the …

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Elderly man hit by transit bus in Winthrop, police say

Authorities say an elderly Massachusetts man was seriously injured when he was hit by a transit bus on Wednesday afternoon in Winthrop’s Metcalf Square. bus as he walked down Winthrop Street and approached the intersection of Pauline and Hermon streets. “I’m not going to speculate on the circumstances of how …

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High Speed ​​Rail Market Size, Value, CAGR, Analysis

New Jersey, United States,- High-speed train market Research offers you all the data related to your industry size, general operating models and growth potential. It talks about the characteristics of customers in a specific industry. It also shows how the COVID-19 pandemic is having serious economic consequences around the world. …

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Quarrel over routes affects commuters more than taxi operators

LIMPOPO – Protesting drivers from the Tshitale Taxi Association blocked the access road to the area and local businesses to prevent Phadziri buses from operating. Commuters, who have become collateral damage in this dispute, had no choice but to travel great distances to catch alternative transport to get to work …

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Return of the cat: Bay Ferries sells tickets for 2022 ferry crossings

The high-speed passenger ferry between Nova Scotia and Maine is scheduled to depart this spring for the first time since 2018. Although the Cat ferry has been docked for the past three seasons, the Nova Scotia government has paid Bay Ferries $1.17 million a year to operate the ship, with …

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Ohio GOP’s Latest Redistricting Proposal Draws State Supreme Court Rejection Again: The Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022 Revival

Subscribe to Alarm Clock, cleveland.comThe free morning newsletter from , delivered to your inbox weekdays at 5:30 a.m. The day will start out cloudy but eventually the sky will clear up but the highs will remain in the upper 20s. Clouds will return overnight, with lows around 22 degrees. Read …

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British archaeologists discover Roman-era cemetery containing dozens of decapitated skeletons

A high-speed train project has led to the gruesome discovery of dozens of decapitated corpses just outside a major metropolis. British archaeologists have announced the discovery of around 40 2,000-year-old decapitated corpses buried in an ancient Roman village unearthed during the construction of the HS2 project, an hour north-west of …

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Unlimited OMNY Metro, bus fares start after 12 rides: MTA

NEW YORK CITY – Farewell, MetroCards – the OMNY contactless payment system will soon offer straphangers unlimited rides after 12 taps. The long-awaited rate cap pilot will begin seven days a week beginning Feb. 28, MTA officials said. The program will eliminate questions from subway and bus riders about whether …

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Throwback footage shows Broughty Ferry lifeboat crews in action 60 years ago

A series of rare photographs has given a snapshot of life at Broughty Ferry Lifeboat Station 60 years ago. The footage was unearthed from the Daily Mirror library and shows how tough life was for the city’s rescuers. They show both the Ferry lifeboats – the Robert and the reserve …

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Sonoma County supervisors merge real estate department into transportation and public works

Faced with the need to fill several high-level vacancies in county departments, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is moving forward with a trial merger of the Department of General Services and the Department of Transportation and Public Works. The council voted unanimously Jan. 25 to place General Services, the …

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Truly high-tech Winter Games: 5G, AI, cloud and more at Beijing Sports Gala

A canteen robot serves food at the Olympic Village on January 29, 2022 Photo: VCG From unmanned broadcasting, 5G-wired bullet trains, robotic restaurants, zero-gravity beds to coronavirus prevention robots, the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics aren’t just a global sports carnival so that the pandemic is still raging, but the event …

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Electric vehicle sales drive up nickel, cobalt and lithium prices

LONDON — Accelerating sales of electric vehicles have fueled a rush for nickel, cobalt and lithium, pushing battery material prices to multi-year highs. The abandonment of thermal engine cars (ICE) in favor of electric vehicles is part of the energy transition and efforts to reduce carbon emissions. More than 6.36 …

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Ferry ‘too slow’ and breakdown exacerbate supply chain concerns

A new inter-island ferry, hired to ease pressure on the country’s strained supply chain, is too slow and can only make one round trip a day. The Valentine was further hampered last week by an intermittent problem with the ship’s bow thrusters. The ferry began crossing the Cook Strait in …

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Community Briefings: February 4, 2022 | News

Public transport resumes on Saturday Transit officials announced Friday that after evaluating streets and general conditions, Danville Mass Transit will resume all regular services on Saturday. Also from Saturday until Saturday February 12, all DMT buses will be free. This includes all routes. Officials said they appreciate everyone’s patience as …

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Schneider Electric: The high price of inefficiency and the railroads fighting back

Railways are missing out on opportunities to increase operational efficiency Passenger and freight rail activity is expected to double by 2050. But even today, many railroads lack full visibility into their subsystems and how they interact because the subsystems operate in silos. This lack of integration negatively affects the overall …

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Ferry Raises $4M in Seed Funding to Make Electric Vehicles More Accessible to U.S. Drivers and Catalyze Auto Industry Digitization

AUSTIN, TX, February 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Electric Vehicle (EV) Subscription Platform Ferry announced today that it has lifted $4 million in seed funding from Porsche heir Toni Piëch AMYP Ventures, Venn Ventures and angel investors Adam Forest and Lisa Besserman. “The future of transportation is electromobility, and Ferry is …

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Woodland City Council discusses new microtransit system – Daily Democrat

Woodland plans to create an on-demand point-to-point public transportation system similar to Uber Pool that would allow people to request rides instead of relying exclusively on fixed-route buses. The city has been working with the Yolo County Transportation District (YCTD) for the past eight months on proposals to implement a …

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Acquisition of land in state almost complete: Govt

Three years after the commencement of land acquisition for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai high-speed rail, Gujarat has acquired almost 100% of the private land required for the high-speed rail project. In stark contrast, 24% of Maharashtra’s land has yet to be acquired, officials said. “Over 99.4% of the land required for the …

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Disabled Amtrak train stuck in Hudson River tunnels rumbles at rush hour Wednesday

An Amtrak work train was moved out of the Hudson River rail tunnels that broke down earlier Wednesday morning, disrupting the morning commute to New York and causing 60-minute delays on NJ Transit trains. “The track car has been removed from the south tube. Normal train operations have resumed. Expect …

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Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY) expected to post quarterly sales of $654.10 million

According to Zacks. Two analysts have made estimates of Korn Ferry’s earnings, with the lowest sales estimate of $653.00 million and the highest estimate of $655.19 million. Korn Ferry posted sales of $475.36 million in the same quarter last year, suggesting a positive year-over-year growth rate of 37.6%. The company …

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CP&DR News Briefs February 1, 2022: CUSS Grants; San Diego Inclusive Housing; The developer is suing Alhambra, and more

$808 million in AHSC grants awarded to 37 projects statewideThe California Strategic Growth Council announced $808 million in funding for 37 affordable housing projects across the state under the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program, which aims to promote dense, focused development. on public transport and to reduce carbon …

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For the high-speed train project, an important Supreme Court decision

The bullet train project is a fully foreign-funded project envisioned by Japan and India. New Delhi: In a verdict on the Japanese-funded high-speed train project, the Supreme Court said on Monday that no company and even the Republic of India could not be allowed to deviate from the terms and …

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Santa Barbara County becomes the nation’s third district with an electric commuter bus

There it was, hovering above the crowd in orange capitals: “GO GREEN.” That was the theme for Friday, Jan. 28, the unveiling of Santa Barbara County’s first-ever electric commuter bus on the Avenue of Flags in Buellton. The “45-foot beauty,” as supervisor Das Williams dubbed it, makes SB Transit the …

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Inmarsat Ferry Open Innovation Challenge launched

Press release – The challenge for start-ups and SMEs offers a £10,000 prize and on-board trials for a digital solution that improves the working lives of ferry crew Inmarsat, the world leader in global mobile satellite communications, has partnered with Greece’s largest passenger shipping group, Attica Group, and digital consultancy …

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Silicon Valley Transit Agency adopts COVID vaccination policy for workers

January 28, 2022 Amid rising COVID-19 infections, VTA will require its 2,000 employees and contractors to be fully vaccinated by April 29. The transit agency, which hinted a vaccination policy was in the works last week, announced the mandate on Thursday. Employees who obtain an approved medical or religious exemption …

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Over 80 Years Ago, California Had a Steam-Powered Bullet Train – GV Wire

More than 80 years ago, California got a glimpse of high-speed rail with Santa Fe Steam Engine #3751. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in Pennsylvania for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, the locomotive cost $99,712.77. Santa Fe 3751 served the railroad for many years on its passenger lines …

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What people in West Yorkshire are saying about the big bus cuts hitting this weekend

Wakefield bus passengers have spoken out against operator Arriva as sweeping changes to their services come into play. The company recently announced major changes to routes across West Yorkshire – including key services in Wakefield, Batley and Leeds. Although the bus company says the changes will allow it to run …

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At what CAGR is the Passenger Ferries Market expected to expand? – Construction news portal

Passenger Ferry Market Overview | 2022 – 2030 Understand the influence of the Passenger Ferries Market with detailed analysis provided for each segment including an overview of their respective revenue and market share during the forecast period.Free sample request The Passenger Ferries market report evaluates significant features of the market …

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Guest Editorial | State Legislators Must Seize Opportunity to Improve Public Transit in Pennsylvania | Editorials

The following editorial appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Tribune-Democrat. In Pennsylvania, the conversation around public transit often involves an awful lot of “remember when.” Remember when the Pennsylvania Railroad was the largest corporation in the world and paid dividends for 100 …

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patna: Railways places its hopes in the budget to carry out various projects in the state | Patna News

Patna: Ahead of the presentation of the Union Budget in Lok Sabha by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1, the East Central Railway (ECR) hopes to secure sufficient funds to carry out various projects such as laying new tracks, track doubling, gauge conversion, bridge construction and rail electrification during …

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New Zero-Emission Long-Haul Electric Commuter Bus Launched in Santa Barbara County

For the thousands of people who make the 150-mile round trip from Santa Maria to Goleta and Santa Barbara, the only difference they will notice is the quieter ride. A new Clean Air Express bus replaces the old diesel bus on the commuter route on weekdays, eliminating more than 50 …

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quick school tests in the hands of parents by all means

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size As the Cronulla ferry passed through the glistening waters of Port Hacking early Friday morning, school headmaster Tony Ibrahim was on board admiring the blue sea and sky, accompanied by a coveted supply of rapid antigen tests. About 115 of his Cronulla …

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Collier pushes for more bus routes across the county

NAPLES, Fla. — Soon it might be easier for bus riders to cross county lines. Collier County is leading a campaign to create a regional public transportation system. County officials say such a system would benefit Southwest Florida’s overall economy and infrastructure. Collier County Commissioners and Collier Area Transit are …

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South African smart cities are moving forward – not high-speed rail

President Cyril Ramaphosa spoke about his vision for a smart city and high-speed rail in South Africa during his State of the Nation address in June 2019. While several smart city updates have been made public, the presidency has remained silent on the topic of high-speed rail. “We should imagine …

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Rapid Redistricting Redesign | press day

daily item Redraw quickly, the old fashioned way Now that the state’s first-ever Independent Constituency Redistribution Commission has ceased operations without sending a unified 10-year map plan to lawmakers, the vague old acronym LATFOR — long familiar to Albany insiders — is reverberating. in a hurry to finish redrawing in …

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Rtd. GFS director advises government not to privatize ferries

Mr. Ceesay made the statement in an interview with Point recently at the Trade Union Office headquarters in Kanifing. He said ferry service to any country; especially in the particular situation of The Gambia which is divided into north and south by the Gambia River is a social function. He …

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Transit Riders Join Call for JFK Drive – Streetsblog San Francisco

The San Francisco Transit Riders asked Streetsblog to print their recent open letter to San Francisco officials endorsing their vision for a car-free JFK ride. Here is their policy statement/letter below, unedited: Dear Mayor London Breed, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, SFMTA Director Jeffrey Tumlin, SFMTA Board of Directors, SF …

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Yuan Yuan’s Journey to Mainland China Episode II – A Better Life | News

BEIJING, January 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A new report from China.org.cn on the better life in China: Hi, I’m Yuan Yuan. Today, I’m taking you on an in-depth tour of the quality of life for people on the Chinese mainland. Living in mainland China today, you can enjoy 5G internet …

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SCANDINAVIAN “TRAMBUS” CONTROL HIGHLIGHTS “E-TECH POWER”

Through: Fabien CotterPhotography by: courtesy Van Hool (Europe) Date: 25.01.2022 Belgian bus manufacturer Van Hool has secured an order to build 21 fully “zero-emission” electric trambuses – i.e. a sensible alternative to light rail – for Swedish operator Nobina, Europe’s biggest company. passenger transport in Scandinavia, he reports. The Exqui.City …

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The Ferry Division will host the first of four career fairs this week

Representatives will be on hand to discuss career opportunities at all four Ferry Division career fairs in eastern North Carolina. Photo: NCDOT Those in the Elizabeth City area can learn more about working for the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Ferry Division this week at the first of four job …

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Transport Scotland charts new public transport systems as part of transition to net zero

Transport Scotland has announced it will develop an Edinburgh and South East Scotland public transport network and an Aberdeen rapid transit network, as well as the multi-billion pound Clyde Underground in Glasgow , as it envisions a cleaner, better-connected future. It just released its second Strategic Transportation Projects Review (STPR2), …

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North County bus and train ridership reduced by pandemic, report says

The number of passengers boarding North County Transit District buses and trains fell 46% systemwide in fiscal year 2020-21, according to a new report. COVID-19 caused most of the decline, according to the NCTD’s annual operations performance report released Thursday. Statewide stay-at-home orders were initiated in March 2020 and in …

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IRCON signs ₹5,142 crore track contract for Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail project

New Delhi, India (Urban Transport News): the National High Speed ​​Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has signed a contract with IRCON International Limited for the design, supply and construction of track and related works for the Double Line High Speed ​​Railway (237 km between Vadodara and Vapi in Gujarat State) for …

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‘SNL Weekend Update Tackles New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Colin Jost Ferry Purchase – Deadline

In tonight’s episode of SNL, weekend update found a wide range of targets, from Jon Voight, Dwayne Johnson and the new the Lord of the Rings series to Updateby Colin Jost and SNL actor Pete Davidson. Anchor Michael Che noted that Voight recently posted a video claiming the spirit of …

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Municipal transit receives major financial boost across province

Municipal transit across the province received a $375 million boost through the gas tax program. This boost was announced by Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation last week, and will help 109 municipalities operate and expand public transit. “Our government is committed to helping municipalities maintain and improve public transit across …

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Zupco bus crashes rock government

By Silisiwe MabalekaLOCAL Government Minister July Moyo has expressed concern over the increase in the number of road accidents involving buses operated under the Zupco franchise. Moyo’s comments came after two Zupco buses were recently involved in separate fatal crashes in Bulawayo, killing two pedestrians and injuring several others. Both …

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Pete Davidson and Colin Jost buy decommissioned Staten Island ferry for $280,100

Andy Samberg may have sung “I’m on a Boat,” but it was his “SNL” successors who just bought one. Staten Island natives Pete Davidson and Colin Jost, along with real estate agent Paul Italia, bought a decommissioned Staten Island ferry at auction for $280,100, Italia told NBC News on Friday. …

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Kathy Hochul announces ‘next phase’ of Brooklyn-Queens transit link

Governor Kathy Hochul’s plan to build a transit link between Brooklyn and Queens gained momentum on Thursday as she released an initial MTA study of the project. As part of this, an underutilized 14-mile freight line would be converted into a new “Interborough Express” service linking the neighborhoods of Brooklyn …

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Fast trains in France are something Australians can only dream of

A French TGV on the Cize-Bolozon viaduct bridge in the Rhône-Alpes region. Photo: Getty Images Whenever the subject of a high-speed rail network comes up, you know it’s election time in Australia. Labor leader Anthony Albanese recently announced that a rapid train between Sydney and Newcastle would be a priority …

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Operators hope for commuters to return when Plan B ends

Transport operators have welcomed the end of Plan B restrictions in England, but London Mayor Sadiq Khan has complained that removing the legal requirement to wear face coverings would create inconsistency. Prime Minister Boris Johnson told MPs on Wednesday that his government is no longer asking people to work from …

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Free rides on the Q to Q ferry in New West for kids

Free rides come into effect February 1 Children will soon be able to board the Q to Q ferry for free. The city has announced that children 12 and under will be able to board the Ferry from Q to Q free from February 1. Free service complies with provincial …

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Progressives should seek to ban parking minimums – Streetsblog New York City

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s political action committee, Courage to Change, released a new questionnaire for Council candidates that asks anyone seeking her endorsement to pledge to end single-family zoning and encourage the density and mixed-income development. Moving earned him accolades in the world of housing, and as a socialist colleague, I …

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Milwaukee-built trains head to Nigeria after decade-long legal saga over high-speed rail

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (CBS 58) — A Milwaukee manufacturing plant has reached a major deal between Milwaukee and a Nigerian state. The Governor of Lagos State, Nigeria is traveling to Wisconsin this week to purchase two trains originally built for the State of Wisconsin. “They will actually be in service — …

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TDSB cancels in-person and remote learning on Tuesday

Breadcrumb Links Toronto and the GTA Publication date : January 18, 2022 • 45 minutes ago • 2 minute read • 23 comments A collision on the highway. 400 southbound as you approach the freeway. 401 on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022 left a seriously injured driver, according to the Ontario …

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Compulsory vaccination for commuters on public transport in Manila

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — People who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 were banned from riding public transportation in the Philippine capital region on Monday in a desperate move that sparked protests from labor and human rights groups. The vaccination campaign in the Philippines has been hampered by public hesitation …

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Debate over returning Christchurch bus schedules to normal

JOHN KIRK-ANDERSON/Stuff Environment Canterbury believes that the shortage of drivers, and therefore reduced hours, could continue for several months. Christchurch’s main bus operator Go Bus is confident it can overcome the city’s driver shortage and return to normal hours from February, but the man in charge of the network isn’t …

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DFDS freight ferry service between Sheerness and Calais suspended at short notice

A freight ferry service between Sheppey and France has been suspended at short notice. Operator DFDS halted service on Saturday due to unnamed “operational difficulties”. The DFDS Maxine ferry is loaded at Sheerness before sailing to Calais. Photo: KMTV The last departure from Sheerness Docks was Friday at 11am. An …

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Restart of work on the Bursa high-speed train line

Restart of work on the Bursa high-speed train line After a long break, work has started on the Bandırma-Bursa-Yenişehir-Osmaneli high-standard railway line. Bursa MP Mustafa Esgin said the first excavation for the construction of tunnels in the Osmaneli region has been carried out. There are new developments on the Bandırma-Bursa-Yenişehir-Osmaneli …

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Miami-Dade Transit adjusts service due to COVID-19 – NBC 6 South Florida

The Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) is making temporary adjustments to some transit routes in light of the rapid spread of the omicron variant. The highly contagious omicron variant of COVID-19 has compounded the existing shortage of bus operators. In order to streamline service, DTPW will temporarily …

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Amtrak bypass still something to worry about? It depends on who you ask — ecoRI News

By CYNTHIA DRUMMOND/ecoRI News Contributor CHARLESTOWN, RI — A U.S. Department of Transportation’s “Providence to New Haven Capacity Planning Study” has local officials questioning whether the original plan to run railroad tracks through sections of their city and other towns in Rhode Island and Connecticut might not be dead after …

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5% of BC Ferries workers still unvaccinated despite vax mandate

As the mandatory vaccination deadline for on-board personnel approaches, 95% of BC Ferries staff have been fully vaccinated. BC Ferries spokeswoman Deborah Marshall said this week that around 95% of staff had received both shots. With a workforce of over 5,000, however, that leaves around 250 workers who have yet …

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Denver’s Union Station continues to face problems; what is the city doing about it

DENVER (KDVR) – FOX31 troubleshooters are following up on our detailed reports of the city’s cleanup efforts at Union Station in Denver. Last month, we told you how this iconic historical landmark became a place of littering, drug use and lawlessness. FOX31’s Joshua Short was there on Thursday and spoke …

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High Speed ​​Rail (HST) Market Status (2016-2020) and Forecast (2021E-2026F) by Region, Product Type and End-Use – British Rail, Talgo, Bombardier, Alstom, CRRC, CSR Sifang, Fiat Ferroviaria, Hitachi Rail, etc.

The report examines the High-speed train (HST) market and gives a complex review of its applications. The report includes cost assessment analysis of the products available in the global High Speed ​​Rail (HST) market with respect to the profit margins of the manufacturers. It helps to understand the key driving …

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