New York City Transit Relief: MTA to Receive $ 6 Billion in Federal Aid

An MTA employee wears a mask in a subway train (AP Photo / Frank Franklin II, File) NEW YORK (AP) – New York City subways and commuter trains receive a large chunk of federal COVID-19 relief funds. Senator Chuck Schumer announced on Wednesday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority had received …

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Federal Transportation Funding Will Help Save Lives, Reduce Severity Of Injury | News

Safety is vital to every transportation program and project – and a key part of the Oregon Department of Transportation’s strategic action plan. Much of the estimated $ 1.2 billion in additional funding for transportation en route to Oregon from the recently passed federal infrastructure investment and jobs act will …

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Europe’s most exciting new train journeys

There might be a more exciting way to explore Europe than by train, but I’m screwed if I know what it could be. On a train you weave your way through a mosaic of landscapes, through rivers large and small, nameless towns and magnificent towns, cathedrals and castles, hills and …

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Suburban alerts: some MTA express buses canceled; trains run every 20 minutes

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Commuters will have to wait longer than usual for certain express buses and Staten Island Railway trains during Tuesday’s frigid rush hour. Due to understaffing, some trips have been canceled for various MTA express buses. Affected routes include SIM1, SIM2, SIM4, SIM8, SIM8X, SIM9, SIM10, SIM11, …

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Trains will run on “weekend schedules”, with reduced bus and ferry services

Queensland’s public transport ridership fell by as much as 80% in 2020, then rebounded to around 70% of normal ridership levels last year. CBD is avoided again as people work from home. Sources said Brisbane timetables ridership of public transport now represents “around 40%” of pre-pandemic levels. “The government is …

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Let’s fight to keep FDR park wild

Most of the stories on this site are about facts and evidence; this editorial is about feelings. It’s about the feeling of peace I get when my dog ​​and I are the only ones in the grasslands of FDR Park hunting rabbits. It’s about the feeling of joy I get …

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Editorial | Safety, reliability, efficiency: the MTA’s New Year’s resolutions

It’s a new year, but the main mission of the MTA remains the same: to move New York forward with safe, reliable and profitable service. Each of these points is of equal importance. I’ll start with safety, which is the number one concern for current and returning riders according to …

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Heysham siltation issues see dredging resolved for now

Ferry & Car Ferry News The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry, in that it is made up of a myriad of vessel operators, owners, managers, charterers who all help provide a network of routes operated by a variety of vessels designed for …

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Turkiye opens new high-speed rail line between two central provinces

Quick news President Erdogan said the length of railways in Turkiye has exceeded 13,000 kilometers in the past 20 years. Erdogan also said there are plans to extend the country’s new rail line further east to the southern province of Osmaniye, over 260 kilometers. (TCCB / Murat Çetinmühürdar / AA) …

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Focus on Greenway’s anti-transit proposals – Santa Cruz Sentinel

There is an old adage “Don’t focus on what someone says, watch what they do.”Greenway says they want a trail. But at every public hearing on trail building, Greenway is there with delaying tactics and obstructions. Greenway only supports a trail as long as it is constructed in a way …

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How much is the Konya Karaman high speed train ticket?

The high-speed train project, which will link Konya and Karaman provinces, will be inaugurated today by President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan. Citizens wonder how much Konya-Karaman YHT tickets cost, which will make life easier for citizens living in the region. It is estimated that the prices of the YHT line tickets, …

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BJP protest leads to massive traffic jam outside Ludhiana DC office

Protests by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers from the Ludhiana DC office housed in the mini secretariat resulted in massive traffic jam, causing problems for local commuters Ludhiana Protests by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers outside the Ludhiana-Ferozepur mini secretariat on Friday caused a traffic jam, causing problems for local …

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After heavy snowfall, the rain takes over; ferry crossings canceled due to winds

Environment Canada issued a wind warning: 70 km / h gusting to 90 from Friday morning, continuing until early afternoon The snow that blanketed the island Thursday morning was expected to turn to rain overnight, but the headaches are not over as the area braces for another round of cold …

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Why did a violation of the state transport agency occur?

(TNS) – The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority data breach that compromised the personal information of thousands of officials raises many questions about state protocols for handling sensitive data, according to Senator Louis P. DiPalma, D-Middletown. Among them: Who within RIPTA received files containing personal information on state officials unrelated …

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Assystem to manage the Ispartakule-Çerkezköy railway project in Turkey

The company will oversee the execution of the project and provide various technical support activities to the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) of AYGM for 51 months. Credit: CodeCondo / Pixabay. The French company Assystem has been awarded a contract to manage the development of a new segment of 67 km …

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What does Kathy Hochul’s proposal contain on housing, the economy and the climate?

A plan to add tens of thousands of affordable housing units Ms Hochul said the state would pursue a $ 25 billion plan to build or preserve 100,000 affordable homes, including 10,000 homes that would include services for those at risk of homelessness. Ms. Hochul also wants to allow taller …

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Shields ferry suspends evening service to deal with impact of omicron virus variant

The ferry will not operate in the evening until further notice from Monday, January 10, in order to protect the service from the latest wave of Covid-19. Nexus, the public body that owns and operates the ferry, said the reduction to a 12-hour schedule was a temporary measure to help …

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2021 saw another wave of anti-Asian hate crimes on the subway

The number of reported anti-Asian incidents on the subway jumped last year, according to NYPD data, accounting for more than a third of all bias crimes in the system. Until the end of November – the latest figures provided by the Hate Crimes Task Force – 30 of 84 reported …

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Hedlund joins STB – Railway Age

04 January 2022 Class I, Suburb / Regional, Freight, High performance, Interurban, Intermodal, Light rail, News, Passenger, Fast transport, Regulatory, Short and regional lines, Commutation and terminal Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief Karen Hedlund at a preliminary Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation hearing on June 24 on her …

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COVID Surge Impacts MTA Subway Staff, Train Schedules – NBC New York

What there is to know Regular metro users have already noticed something about their journeys recently: changes in train schedules. The problem appears to be that the MTA does not have enough healthy crews to operate its entire fleet of trains. While currently dealing with personnel issues, MTA officials believe …

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Black Ball Ferry sets off again

The Black Ball Ferry Line is sailing again after 18 months of suspended service, reconnecting the shores of the Olympic Peninsula with Victoria, British Columbia. The community of Port Angeles applauded and greeted the first passengers from Canada as they disembarked. The iconic and beloved MV Coho is the only …

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Still no improved Mattapan forklifts nearly five years after announcement of $ 7.9 million investment in MBTA

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said in October that by the end of 2021, at least one newly renovated streetcar would run on tracks through Dorchester, Milton and Mattapan. Citing a long list of unforeseen obstacles, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the MBTA now estimates that the first refurbished Mattapan tram …

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End of the golden triangle? New Labor plan for the high-speed train – Australian Aviation

A range of JR East Shinkansen high speed trains in October 2012 (WikiCommons) Labor leader Anthony Albanese has pledged to begin work on a high-speed rail link between Brisbane and Melbourne if his party wins the federal election. He said his government would initially prioritize a fast rail link between …

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A Rendezvous with the Trains – The New Indian Express

Express news service KOTTAYAM: October 16, 1956. The relaxed countryside from Kuruppanthara to Kottayam has seen hectic activity. The Ernakulam-Kottayam railway line was being commissioned. A huge crowd had gathered to watch the first train move forward. And among them was a seven year old boy holding his father’s hand. …

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‘We would all do it again’: Rescuers rescue elk trapped in ice at Kettle River in Ferry County

In the early hours of the morning, 12 elk were freezing to death in the Kettle River south of Barstow, Ferry County. Six of the animals did not survive the day. But the other six did, thanks to more than two dozen men and women who spent their Christmas Eve …

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Marina Times – Pandemic Decongestion

If you felt like you could get around the city a little easier last year than in previous years, here’s some data to back it up. The speed of automobiles on city streets has increased an average of 33 to 36 percent, reversing a declining trend in speed over the …

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EPBMs ready for Delhi-Meerut rapid train project in India

Afcons Infrastructure Ltd. is preparing to start digging India’s first regional rapid transit system project after delivery of three new Terratec 7.51m diameter EPBMs that will complete the tunneling works for Lot 8 – the downward ramp from Brahampuri to the upward ramp section of Begumpul – of the Delhi-Meerut …

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Yes, tolls go up in New Jersey on January 1. Here is where.

Unless you hear that there’s a lump of coal in your Christmas stocking, the next most hated sentence from Jersey drivers is that your tolls go up. January 1 is the day of the toll increases on the state’s three largest toll roads. Some smaller toll agencies are also increasing …

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Crossings canceled as ferry crews wither over virus and bad weather, union says

On Thursday, two Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen return trips were canceled; two Swartz Bay-Salt Spring round trips were canceled on Wednesday The rapidly spreading Omicron variant of COVID-19, bad weather and the usual winter ailments forced BC Ferries to cancel eight crossings in the past two days, and the president of the …

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Street Closures, Fireworks, COVID Rules & More – NBC Chicago

Thinking of going to Chicago for New Years Eve? There are some things you should know. A number of streets, sidewalks and bridges will be closed and the police presence reinforced in the city for New Year’s celebrations, the city said on Wednesday. As the city prepares to host its …

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High-speed train will pass through 5 Bihar towns, announcement expected soon

Indian Railways is in full swing to launch the high speed train on the Varanasi-Howrah route. The high-speed train will connect the towns of Buxar, Arrah, Patna, Bihar Sharif and Nawada in Bihar. Indian Railways is in full swing to launch the high speed train on the Varanasi-Howrah route. The …

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Street vendors continue to occupy the roads and create chaos in Batamaloo

Through Syed burhan SRINAGAR- Street vendors continue to obstruct pedestrian and vehicle traffic in the Batamaloo neighborhood of Srinagar city, with authorities doing little to free the roads from occupation. Commuters heading to Lal Chowk town center via Batamaloo face frequent traffic jams due to roadside and pavement space suffocation …

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NV5 named title sponsor of the Korn Ferry Tour Chicago event;

HOLLYWOOD, Fla., December 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – NV5 Global, Inc. (the “Company” or “NV5”) (Nasdaq: NVEE), a provider of compliance, technology, engineering and environmental consulting solutions, today announced that it has been named the title sponsor of the Korn Ferry Tour Chicago area tournament hosted by the Western Golf …

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Washington Joins 10 States for DUI New Years Patrols

WASHINGTON – Soldiers from Washington State will join their colleagues in 10 other states to conduct targeted patrols targeting impaired driving over the New Years weekend. The Western State Traffic Safety Coalition is undertaking the effort regional vacation for the third year in a row, aimed at increasing safety on …

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Tharoor joins opposition to Kerala bullet train project

Thiruvananthapuram: Shashi Tharoor, a congressman, appears to side with the party on the Kerala semi-high speed train project. Tharoor reportedly told Kerala opposition leader VD Satheesan of Congress that he agreed with the party’s objection to the proposed railroad project. Tharoor had previously said he needed more time to research …

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Senegal’s new commuter train makes its first trip from the capital Dakar

DAKAR, December 27 (Reuters) – A new $ 1.3 billion suburban railway in Senegal, intended to ease traffic congestion and modernize a crumbling public transport system, carried out its first on Monday trip from Dakar, the capital. The Regional Express will connect Dakar to Diamniadio, an industrial city under construction …

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Heartbroken Chloe Ferry leaves fans in tears with moving tribute to her father who died before Christmas

CHLOE Ferry left her followers in tears when she revealed her moving Christmas tribute to her father. The Geordie Shore star, 26, revealed earlier this month that he passed away after a battle with cancer and she made sure to remember him on Christmas Day. 4 Chloe unveiled a touching …

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The companies hope that the parking lot can be restored on Hennepin Avenue. plan

Tom Skubal and Dani Rauton, who will run the future Uptown Café, agree with Minneapolis’ plan to rebuild Hennepin Avenue, but they have an ox. Current plans for the first major renovation of the busy thoroughfare in 65 years include dedicated bus lanes, a protected cycle path, wider sidewalks, and …

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Kerala High Speed ​​Train: CPI Voices Concern, CCP Warns Tharoor to Make Amends | Latest India News

The ruling Left Democratic Front’s junior partner, the Communist Party of India, on Sunday expressed concern over growing resentment over the government’s ambitious bullet train project even as Congress called on party MP Shashi Tharoor who refused to oppose the plan to line up. However, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan made …

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Keep JFK Drive closed to cars in 2022 and beyond

Urban theorist Jane Jacobs wrote in her seminal book “Death and Life of Great American Cities” that “the destructive effect of automobiles is much less a cause than a symptom of our incompetence to build cities.” It would be hard to find a better illustration of this point than San …

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Crew shortages cancel more ferry trips to Washington state

The Christmas holidays and a coronavirus-related staff shortage have cut Washington State Ferries’ service below even the lightened ‘alternate schedules’ created in October, raising questions whether travelers will face long delays getting home. them Sunday and Monday. The agency’s long-standing crew shortages have been exacerbated by groundbreaking cases of COVID-19, …

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“I would definitely support that” – Streetsblog Chicago

During the pandemic, at a time when many Chicagoans are experiencing economic and mental health crises, there has been an increase in violent crime on CTA, including increasingly frequent assaults on public transport workers. . This has led to demands that more be done to protect passengers and employees. Earlier …

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Rockport Service on New T-Drawbridge to Resume in May | News

It will be another four months before single-track service on Gloucester’s new drawbridge over the Annisquam River is restored, allowing commuter rail travel between West Gloucester and Rockport stations, the MBTA announced Thursday. . During the $ 100 million bridge replacement project, users of the Rockport Line used replacement shuttles …

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The 5 most read railway stories of 2021

Engineering News What HS2 trains designed and built by Hitachi and Alstom might look like (Photo credit: HS2 Ltd) In many ways, the rail industry is far ahead of the “net zero” path. Electrification – when combined with low-carbon energy sources – means that large parts of the grid are …

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BC Ferries, YYJ See Passenger Numbers Rise This Holiday Season

With just two days of Christmas, many people on Vancouver Island take the plane or ferry to spend time with their families during the holiday season. By midday Thursday, it was fairly quiet at Victoria International Airport, with most major passenger flights to destinations such as Toronto and Calgary leaving …

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Commissioners face up to 2021 litigation | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – Trumbull County Commissioners have had one of their most controversial years in 2021, and the COVID-19 pandemic has nothing to do with it. The three commissioners argued verbally in meetings, accused each other and others in person and on social media, and quarreled over operational and legislative agendas. …

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From affordable housing to high-speed transit: a bold vision for the Pacific Northwest

On the border between Washington State and British Columbia, an inscription on the Ark of Peace is a message of unity: “May these borders never be closed. This is also the idea behind the Cascadia Innovation Corridor, an initiative that envisions a bright future for the Pacific Northwest by connecting …

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New ferry ramp opens, luxury 50th anniversary PopSocket logo appears in Disney Springs, and more: Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney Springs photo report 12/18/21

Hello, buddies! We start our day at the Transportation and Ticket Center, so tie your laces and let’s go. The new ferry launching ramp is now in use at the TTC. Guests without a stroller or wheelchair can use the ramp to go upstairs. This ramp is a much more …

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DC Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate – NBC4 Washington

Washington, DC, has reinstated a mandate that masks must be worn in indoor public places amid a troubling increase in COVID-19 cases. The mask’s mandate went into effect at 6 a.m. on Tuesday and is expected to remain so at least until 6 a.m. on January 31, 2022, according to …

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Global High Speed ​​Trains and High Speed ​​Trains Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast to 2026

The High Speed ​​Trains and High Speed ​​Trains market report highlights the key growth drivers, opportunities, and challenges that are expected to define the growth trajectory of this commercial space in the coming years. According to the document, the market is expected to register a CAGR of XX% over the …

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Maryland provides information on bus congestion

The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDoT MTA) displays real-time bus congestion levels to passengers through the Transit app. The MDoT MTA says the feature updates information every 10 to 15 seconds, allowing passengers to receive up-to-the-minute information on total bus occupancy levels. The ministry describes the increase …

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Korn Ferry seeks president for human rights campaign

December 20, 2021 – The Human Rights Campaign and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (collectively HRC), together the world’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ +) civil rights organization, retained the services of Korn Ferry to help find the next president of the organization. “After speaking with over …

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Famous British architect Richard Rogers has died at 88

Richard Rogers, the British architect who helped change the look of modern cities by installing items such as elevators and air ducts on the outside of his buildings, has died at the age of 88. Rogers burst into the public eye in 1972 when work began on the Center Pompidou …

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The ministry chooses a location for a TGV station in Yilan

WHEELS IN MOTION: With even the premier giving positive feedback on the project, the transport ministry aims to review a draft plan by next month By Chen Hsin-yu and William Hetherington / Journalist, with editor A site 350m south of the Yilan County Hotel has been assessed and turned out …

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Mayor Wu said she will know she was successful in transport when more people take the T with her

“Congratulations!” another person shouted over the rumble of the train. “I voted for you! another said. Getting more Bostonians to ride the T is critical to Wu’s success as mayor, she said. By the end of 2022, she’ll know she’s been successful if there are “more options for our families …

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Normandy Jersey market suffers from low visitor numbers amid Covid, canceled ferries and fishing line

French traders who operate the Norman market in St Helier say turnout has been lower than expected this year. They accuse a mix of Brexit, coronavirus and the fishing line between France and Jersey. ITV TV channel saw Islander comments on Facebook, calling on others to boycott the market “in …

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Orchids and onions | News, Sports, Jobs

• ORCHID: to our first responders who see a continuous increase in the services they need to provide, but still manage to do it well. The Girard Fire Department, for example, said it handled 2,000 calls this year for the first time. Ten years ago, it handled half of that …

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High-speed train plans for 2 more sections may soon be the subject of a nod

India is expected to launch two more bullet train projects in 2022-2023, said two government officials familiar with the plans, even as work on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train corridor proceeds at a slow pace. Union budget 2022-2023 could herald a New Delhi-Varanasi high-speed rail corridor, the above officials said on …

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Transit records: DART, MARTA, MBTA, Metrolink, San Diego MTS

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief On December 15, MBTA CEO Steve Poftak hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Chelsea Suburban Station with Massachusetts DOT Secretary and CEO Jamey Tesler and community leaders. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and a developer have teamed up to add a one-acre park near …

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Electric dreams: Classic Queenscliff ferry conversion would showcase Newcastle’s engineering skills and ingenuity | Newcastle Herald

news, local news, catley, ferry, manufacturing, newcastle, queenscliff, freshwater, politics, nsw Just over 12 months ago, the NSW government announced it would be phasing out the entire Freshwater Class ferry fleet. They are beautiful, iconic ships that have provided reliable, safe and enjoyable service to millions of passengers in Sydney …

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CEO of SouthWest Transit to retire next year | Chanhassen Affairs

Len Simich, CEO of SouthWest Transit, has led the company since 1997. He is expected to retire early next year. Photo by Lydia Christianson Len Simich, who has run SouthWest Transit since 1997, plans to leave the public transport agency early next year. The agency, founded in 1986 by the …

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Township Transit and Energy Corridor District Establish Pilot Commuter Bus Service

The Township of Woodlands, in collaboration with The Energy Corridor District, will launch a pilot commuter bus service effective January 4, 2022. The new service will depart from Sawdust Park and Ride and serve several stops along the Energy Corridor including Energy Center 1 and 2, Dairy Ashford at Shell …

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Minister of the Economy: No money for the third ferry between the continent and Hiiumaa | News

Hergo Tasuja, Deputy Mayor of Hiiumaa, has already approached Aas on several occasions, who highlighted a number of reasons why the line connecting Hiiumaa and the mainland needs a third ferry at least in the summer. According to Tasuja’s proposal, the third ferry would sail on demand and be started …

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City and County Leaders Discuss $ 7 Extra Fee to Fund WAVE Transit

WILMINGTON, North Carolina (WECT) – For years WAVE Transit struggled with funding and in 2019 New Hanover County voted to terminate its contract with the bus system due to financial issues. Following this decision, city and county leaders came together to restructure WAVE, however funding remains an issue. Today, city …

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Council welcomes announcement that Crewe will play a key role in building high-speed trains

December 14, 2021 The Cheshire East Council welcomed the announcement that Crewe will play a key role in building the HS2 high-speed train fleet. HS2 Ltd has confirmed that it has awarded Alstom and Hitachi Rail the contract to build the fleet at their factories in County Durham, Derby and …

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A Full Day of Exciting (Sort of!) Editing of Transportation News – Streetsblog New York City

This is our December donation campaign. Your donation helps us make important stories. So please click here or on the icon above. Yesterday was a huge day for mixed, disappointing and disappointing mixed transport news, so we’ll get to that after reminding you that this is our December donation campaign …

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San Francisco is closer than ever with new routes on SF Bay Ferry

The new direct service from Oakland to San Francisco makes the trip in just 25 minutes. Credit: WETA This story is brought to you by the San Francisco Bay Ferry. After the COVID-19 shutdown, the San Francisco Bay ferry is back and service is better than ever. With lower fares, …

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Construction of I-15 Las Vegas, California: When will I-15 be widened?

As travelers and truckers experience congestion on the I-15 between Las Vegas and Southern California during the holidays, they may or may not find relief in knowing that to get to family reunions and bowling alley. next year will be less frustrating. That’s when a temporary solution to widening a …

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U.S. Supreme Court rejects mandate challenge for airlift masks – JURIST – News

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Jr on Thursday rejected a request to block the current federal mandate for masks for U.S. airports and domestic air travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael Seklecki has filed a lawsuit in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia …

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New Technologies Strengthen China’s Rail Transport Industry

CHANGSHA: Chinese advanced technologies attracted companies from the United States, Germany, France and other countries to an international exhibition held in Zhuzhou city, central China’s Hunan Province. The core technologies developed by CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Co. Ltd. allow trains to automatically identify and diagnose technical faults, according to company representative …

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Ferry listing scares passengers and raises concerns

By Melinda Munson A crowded ferry bound for Skagway turned around on November 19. The LeConte returned to Juneau with its 190 passengers, unloaded several pieces of heavy machinery and a few cars, then headed north. The reason given for the delay was “freezing spray conditions,” according to a press …

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Uber, Lyft too expensive at LAX? Taxi, bus and other options

Bomani Mintz walked out of baggage claim at LAX over Thanksgiving weekend and was greeted with sticker shock. Its five-mile Uber ride to Marina del Rey would cost $ 50. Then he noticed the unusually long lines for taxis. “The taxi market is making a comeback as Uber / Lyft …

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High-Speed ​​Rail Advocacy Group Stresses Cooperation, Plans To Achieve “Bold Vision” For Passenger Rail In Wisconsin

December 10, 2021 7:57 PM Posted: December 10, 2021 7:57 PM Update: December 10, 2021 10:10 PM MADISON, Wisconsin – A nonprofit high-speed train advocacy group on Friday stressed the importance of cooperative short- and long-term planning to increase passenger rail service in Wisconsin. In a virtual webinar on Friday …

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Watch footage of a nightmarish Irish ferry crossing as Barton’s wife’s four-hour journey ends in a sickly 11pm thanks to Storm Barra

A Barton-le-Clay woman whose ferry was stranded at sea for hours as Storm Barra prevented her from docking is relieved to be home. Lilly King, 24, believes the ship should never have sailed in these conditions after what should have been a four-hour crossing took 23 hours. Ulysses of Irish …

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Maryland lawmakers pass bills approved in last session – CBS Baltimore

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland (AP) – The Maryland General Assembly voted to overturn more than 20 of Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes in a special session this week during its special session on redistribution. As lawmakers overturned Hogan’s veto on a redesigned map of Congress, here are some of the measures approved by …

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Worker safety is paramount in the development of high-speed railways: PT KCIC

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Jakarta-Bandung PT High Speed ​​Railway Project Operator Kereta Cepat Indonesia China (KCIC) assured that the company prioritizes the safety and quality of workers as a result of ‘an accident on his construction site. “PT KCIC will not tolerate any construction error beyond tolerable values,” company chairman Dwiyana …

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Motorists return at a snail’s pace – Lowell Sun

Traffic in Boston, while still not at pre-pandemic levels, has rebounded enough this year for drivers to idle for 78 hours in traffic jams. That’s according to the INRIX 2021 Global Traffic Scorecard, which ranks Boston as the fourth most congested city in the country for the second year in …

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Knights Ferry News 12-8-21 – Head of Oakdale

Last Friday the whole town was dancing to the music of the Knights Ferry Junior High dance! It took place outside on the basketball court in the early evening. They hung Christmas lights and danced in the fog! What a beautiful memory for the college students. It’s nice to hear …

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LACCD and LA Metro announce Fareless Transit GoPass for students

GoPass addresses transportation equity and increases access to higher education The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) this week launched the groundbreaking GoPass program for LACCD students, including those at West Los Angeles College in Culver City. All LACCD students will …

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Metro goes ahead with Rosecrans / Marquardt Grade Separation – Streetsblog Los Angeles

Last week, Metro’s board of directors approved the implementation of a long-planned grade separation. The $ 156 million Rosecrans / Marquardt level separation project will build a new bridge to safely transport motor traffic over existing BNSF rail lines, also used by Metrolink and Amtrak – and slated for use …

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Tales of the T: a silver lining

In my last columnI spoke of the Silver Line, the black sheep of T. To recap: The Silver Line was designed as a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) – buses offering metro-like service using several key design features, including large capacity stations and dedicated stations. lanes. What we got instead was …

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Storm Barra: Snowfall hits Fermanagh as ‘weather bomb’ hits Northern Ireland and hits coast

Snowfall has arrived in Fermanagh as Storm Barra makes landfall in Northern Ireland. Photographer Tom Gilroy shared a photo of a snowy landscape in Boho, County Fermanagh around 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning. He tweeted: “I woke up to white boho stuff, be careful on the roads.” A yellow weather …

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Main Streets Pilot Project Results Show Public Transit Subsidies for Employees Increase Ridership and Reduce Financial Burden

The program offered up to $ 60 in credit for MBTA and Bluebikes passes to the first 1,000 enrolled employees who worked in five Main Street districts. The Boston Department of Transportation, in partnership with ideas42, released a report on the results of the Main Streets Free Transportation Pilot Project, …

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China’s easternmost high-speed railway begins operation

Chinese railway China’s easternmost bullet train, from Mudanjiang to Jiamusi in northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, officially began operations on Monday, according to an announcement by China Railway Harbin Group Co. via his Wechat account. Located in the eastern region of Heilongjiang Province, the Mudanjiang-Jiamusi Rail is part of the Shenyang-Jiamusi …

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Orange Line BRT debuts along Interstate 35W, connecting Burnsville and Minneapolis

The section of Interstate 35W between Minneapolis and the southern suburbs of the subway has long been the busiest suburban corridor in the state. Improving the bus service along the artery has been the subject of discussion for decades, with little interest. But on Saturday, service began on the Orange …

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Railway Board offers ACE service to Turlock and Merced County

Another extension of the Altamont Corridor Express – to Turlock and Merced County – received key approval on Friday. The San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission has approved the final segment environmental report. This paves the way for detailed design and construction, which could run the first train by 2025. ACE …

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Train bosses add more off-peak service to Northampton as passengers begin to return

Conductors are moving forward with plans to add more services between Northampton and London amid fears the return of face masks could hit passenger numbers again. The government announced earlier this week that anyone using buses or trains or entering shops must wear a face cover as new Covid-19 rules …

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State Ferry Repair Potentially Huge Gap in Winter Service for Southeast Alaska | Radio KHNS

Delays in bringing a highway vessel back to service could prevent communities in southeast Alaska from without ferries for several weeks after New Year’s Eve. The Matanuska was due to resume service in late December, but state officials now say they don’t know when it will be ready. https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/03FerryTrouble-for-web.mp3 The …

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Genoa makes part of its public transport free

Genoa makes part of its public transport free With the aim of reducing car traffic, it becomes the first Italian city to try it Since December 1, all vertical transport and the Genoa metro are free. This is the first time that a large Italian city has tested such a …

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Face masks on flights: TSA extends mask requirements on planes, trains, buses and airports until at least March 18

The Transportation Security Administration has extended its face mask requirement until at least March 18. “Following the order and the president’s announcement regarding efforts to combat the Omicron variant, the TSA, in collaboration with the CDC, will expand the face mask requirement for individuals across all networks. transportation throughout the …

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Today’s headlines – California Streetsblog

CA bullet train opponents get final court kick (LA Times) A History of Red Light Enforcement in Oakland (Oaklandside) Former Assembly Transport Chairman Jim Frazier resigns (SF Chronicle, Mercury News) Lobby for transport justice (SmartCitiesDive) Promotional videos of autonomous cruise taxis show contempt for safe loading (Reuters) This morning: Santa …

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Cyprus seeks bidders in hopes of relaunching ferry line to Greece

Cyprus is looking for bidders to resuscitate its ferry line to Greece. Credit: Patricia Claus / GreekReporter Cyprus’s deputy maritime transport ministry said on Wednesday that Cyprus is seeking bidders to relaunch its ferry line to Greece. The ferry service was interrupted more than two decades ago, and several campaigns …

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NTSB issues subway safety alert, defective wheel-to-wheel

The National Transportation Safety Board issued a safety alert to subway systems and commuter railways on Wednesday over an axle problem that led to a derailment in the nation’s capital, saying the fault is difficult to detect and potentially devastating. The investigative agency released a preliminary report of its ongoing …

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Here are 9 ways Texas should spend $ 35 billion on infrastructure

If you want to understand how wrong America’s priorities are when it comes to planning for a sustainable future, you don’t need to look any further than the allocation of funding for the $ 548 billion federal infrastructure bill. dollars. Of the $ 35 billion owed to Texas, according to …

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Free public transport for Wellingtonians at Christmas and New Years

MONIQUE FORD / Stuff Metlink is offering free travel to passengers traveling on all Wellington bus and train services on select days this holiday season. (File photo) Metlink offers free travel to passengers traveling on all Wellington bus and train services on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years Day. …

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Farewell to ferries: the silent boat that is causing a stir in the world of transport

Behind their sunglasses, Jeremy Ward and Fraser Foot beam with pride at the entrance to the Ika Rere passenger cabin as they help transport officials, politicians and the media on board. The two are responsible for the resurrection of boat building in Wellington and are set to launch the first …

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Lompoc Calls for Public Proposals on Transport Studies | Local News

Posted on November 29, 2021 | 7:57 p.m. The Town of Lompoc is soliciting ideas from community members on its plan to conduct grant-funded transportation studies and planning work along the North H Street (Hwy 1) and Ocean Avenue (Hwy 1) corridors ( highway 246). The city’s planning division and …

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East Coast express train speeds will increase

AMBITIOUS PLANS: The government’s plans to increase operational speeds and expand the high-speed system along the east coast have not come without criticism By Shelley Shan / Journalist The Ministry of Transport and Communications will increase the speed of express trains on the east coast rail system until a high-speed …

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Why are cities hostile to strollers?

Basic safety improvements that would benefit all pedestrians, such as building sidewalks further from the street and adding lighting, crosswalks and signage intersections, could make shopping with toddlers and strollers is safer and less complicated. “Day light”—Which involves removing parking spaces near crosswalks to increase visibility — would eliminate the …

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Closure of troubled Idaho 55 project to extend through December

Idaho Highway 55, near Smiths Ferry, was closed during the busy Thanksgiving vacation – and will remain closed for a week to ten days. A landslide forced the project to close on November 18, in an area involved in a multi-year project to rebuild the main road through a rocky …

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Laos hopes for economic revival of Chinese railway

A new $ 6 billion Chinese-built railway line opens in Laos this week, bringing hopes of an economic boost to the reclusive nation, but experts question the benefits of a project that has seen thousands of farmers evicted from their land. The 414-kilometer (260-mile) highway, due to open on Dec. …

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How has UTA’s ridership changed during the pandemic and to what extent has it recovered?

There is nothing better than spending an afternoon with an interesting data set. Granted, it can be a case of different traits for different people, but I really like digging into a big pile of numbers and seeing what I can find. My brain has always had this digital curiosity. …

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Chloe Ferry urges fans to ‘be careful’ after her patio furniture was ‘smashed’ by Storm Arwen

“Everything’s Shattered!”: Chloe Ferry urges fans to “be careful” after her patio furniture is knocked over and destroyed by Storm Arwen By Milly Veitch For Mailonline Posted: 05:38 EST, November 27, 2021 | Update: 05:51 EST, November 27, 2021 Chloe Ferry admitted she was “devastated” after her patio furniture was …

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Ben Edgerly Walsh: Regarding the Vermont Climate Council | Opinion

Global climate negotiations in Glasgow recently ended and the US Congress is negotiating the Build Back Better Act, which currently includes the largest investment in climate action in US history. Meanwhile, the Vermont Climate Council is working to implement Vermont’s first-ever climate action plan by December 1. As a global …

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Delhi’s smothered roads exacerbate India’s toxic smog crisis

Published on: 11/26/2021 – 03:24Amended: 11/26/2021 – 03:23 New Delhi (AFP) – After decades of commuting on the perilous roads of New Delhi, office worker Ashok Kumar is spending more time than ever in the traffic jams that clog the arteries of the Indian capital and pollute the city. The …

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BC Ferries cancels Comox-Powell River, Powell River-Texada Island morning crossings due to wind

The ferries from Comox to Powell River and from Powell River to Texada Island have been canceled and “inclement weather” is to blame. BC Ferries announced Thursday morning that the 8:05 am ferry leaving Powell River, the 9:55 am ferry leaving Comox and the 11:50 am ferry leaving Powell River …

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A health official in the Saint-Louis region denounces the “lunatic fringe”

CLAYTON, Mo. Email in which suburban St. Louis public health official urged staff to ignore “whimsical fringe” as they work to fight COVID-19 sparks outrage from some elected officials . The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Dr. Faisal Khan, acting director of health for St. Louis County, also used Tuesday’s …

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Siemens and Russian Railways to develop high-speed train with an average speed of 360 km / h – Business & Economy

MOSCOW, November 22. / TASS /. Siemens and Russian Railways have signed a contract for the development of a high-speed train for use at Moscow-St. The St. Petersburg high-speed line from 2028, Siemens Russia President Alexander Liberov said on Monday at a forum. “In collaboration with our Russian partner, we …

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ALSTOM SA: Alstom will transfer the Coradia Polyvalent platform, the Reichshoffen site and the TALENT 3 platform to CAF

Alstom To transfer Coradia Versatile platform, ReichshofFon the site and TALENT 3 platform for FAC Commitment to European Commission with regard to the acquisition of Bombardier Transportation 24 November 2021 – Alstom today announced that it has agreed to sell its Coradia Polyvalent platform, its production site in Reichshoffen in …

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