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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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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