EDC survey on the impact of disruption to ferry service

Submitted by Victoria Compton The EDC recently launched an investigation to determine the economic and social impacts on residents of San Juan County, from recent service disruptions to Washington State Ferries. Initial results show that most residents who responded to the survey reported negative impacts. Main findings of the survey: …

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Newark obtains transit village designation

October 22, 2021 Governor Phil Murphy and New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti today announced that the city of Newark has been designated as a transit village, making it the 34e municipality to be recognized since the start of the program in 1999. The state’s Transit Village initiative …

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Could Chinese civilian ferries play a role in an invasion of Taiwan?

China appears to be improving its ability to transport heavily armed troops, weapons, supplies and combat vehicles using a large civilian ferry modified and reinforced for operational military use. In a recent military-civilian maneuver exercise, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) used the Chinese rejuvenation ferry to transport over a …

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High-speed railway to strengthen long-term economic competitiveness: expert

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Economic expert Piter Abdullah said the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway will enhance Indonesia’s long-term economic competitiveness, as the project is developed through integration with other modes of transport. “The development of infrastructure is a prerequisite for improving our competitiveness. The development of a high-speed rail system will benefit …

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New ferries may soon cross Delaware Bay

The Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) has spent this year working on its master plan for the Cape May-Lewes Ferry (CMLF). And the next phase focuses on new ships. Over the summer, Seattle-based consulting engineers at DRBA and KPFF began reviewing the ridership and key features new ferries should …

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CI NATION ROUNDUP: Soon opening of a new HEB in Leander; Texas Supreme Court Grants New Hearing in Prominent High Speed ​​Rail Case and More News

The new HEB store is located on Ronald Reagan Boulevard in North Leander. (Taylor Girtman / Community Impact Journal) Take a look at the top five trending stories in all Community impact journalcoverage areas from to October 18. Note: The following articles were published between October 15 and 16. Central …

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Railways m- The New Indian Express

Express news service Construction of the country’s high-speed rail corridor has been accelerated and Indian Railways has set a target of building 50 jetties each month. “The high-speed train is a complex project; we have to understand that as speed increases things change tremendously. An important point among the efforts …

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Alaska lawmaker bans flying over Covid mask rules

An Alaska lawmaker who was banned from Alaska Airlines flights after defying a federal mandate requiring passengers to wear masks revealed this week that she had tested positive for the coronavirus. Lawmaker Lora Reinbold, a Republican state senator who has also strongly criticized vaccination warrants, said on Facebook that she …

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Welcome of the new CalMac ferries to Islay

Fiona scottUpdate: 10/14/21, 4:39 p.m. You want to know more ? We value our content and access to our full site is only available by subscription. Your subscription entitles you to 7 days a week access to our website, as well as a full digital copy of this week’s newspaper …

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Controller issues recommendations on post-COVID-19 transit policy

Image Credit: Office of the Comptroller Recommendations include increasing the number of affordable housing near metro stations and increasing service on metro lines and busy bus lines. On October 10, 2021, Controller Scott Stringer released “Beyond Rush Hour: COVID-19 and the Future of Public Transit,” a new report examining changes …

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California bills: Newsom lacks time to sign

Hello, California. It’s Thursday October 7th. Big decisions await Governor Gavin Newsom signs legislation at CSU Northridge to improve college affordability and increase access to higher education. Photo courtesy of the Governor’s Press Office T-minus three days. This is how much time Gov. Gavin Newsom has left to decide the …

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CoastLlines: 50 Years of San Clemente Interfaces with RRs

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read is from our journalists doing their important job of investigating, researching and writing their articles. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism takes a lot of …

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Ferry: don’t give county commissioners a third term

As election season quickly approaches, we need to start looking at some of the issues that will be on the ballot. And there are a few doozies. This week I will start with the question posed by our current county commissioners asking us to extend their terms for four years. …

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Amtrak plans major expansion in Texas

TEXAS – Amtrak officials are counting on a massive influx of federal funds to expand service across Texas. What would you like to know Amtrak officials await federal funding to expand their routes Transit company hopes to connect major cities in Texas to its 31 other major metropolitan areas Texas …

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Old Washington State Ferry Suddenly Leaves Port

ferry that had a checkered history at the Port of Olympia left the marine terminal around noon Monday, port officials said.” title=”A former Washington state ferry that had a checkered history at the Port of Olympia left the marine terminal around noon Monday, port officials said.” loading=”lazy”/> A former Washington …

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Protect assets or “we all have problems”

BOSTON (SHNS) – The most serious impacts of climate change may still be decades away, but senators conveyed to state transportation officials and utility leaders on Monday the importance of considering close their vulnerabilities now and develop detailed plans to address short, medium and long term shortcomings. Members of the …

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UCSD implements new parking permit policies

Beginning in the fall term of 2021, UC San Diego Transportation Services has made changes to its parking permit system for students and staff. Instead of the monthly, quarterly, and annual parking permit options previously available, consecutive day permits will instead be the primary form of parking permit available to …

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The wrong mask could prevent you from flying abroad

International travel has increased throughout 2021, and many countries have opened their borders to vaccinated travelers. But the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing, so you’ll need more than just travel rewards if you’re planning to travel overseas anytime soon. From the second you arrive at the airport, until you exit, …

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How to fix traffic hell in New York City

If you’ve recently found yourself in a car in New York – if you’ve had the experience of traveling along Flatbush Avenue on a Friday afternoon – you’ve probably spent some time making up some angry new four-letter words. . Traffic that was manically horrible before the pandemic (before it …

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Gottheimer accuses Pelosi, “far left” faction of House Democrats, of reneging on infrastructure deal

Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-Wyckoff) slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday night after siding with the progressive wing of the Democratic Party and postponing the vote on a bipartisan Billion Bill infrastructure dollars which included funding for the Gateway Tunnel project.“It is deeply regrettable that President Pelosi has failed to …

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RapidRide bus service expands to Seattle

RapidRide bus service expands to Seattle The Sound Transit Link light rail will open three new stations on Saturday morning, expanding service from Husky Stadium to Northgate. SEATTLE – This weekend marks huge milestones for transit in Seattle and beyond: the Sound Transit Link light rail opens three new stations …

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How To Fix Express Transit Vulnerability On Your iPhone

Photo: LightField Studios (Shutterstock) I love pay with my iPhone. I use Apple Pay in grocery stores, vending machines, and really nowhere else it is compatible. However, IIf you also use Apple Pay, be warned—a recently discovered security hole could allow hackers to steal straight into your mobile wallet, especially …

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Railways are the powerhouse of the industrial age

railways are the powerhouse of the industrial age Vedat Bilgin, Minister of Labor and Social Security, attended the program “Squeezing 165 years of railway workers’ meeting” which took place in the TCDD Behiç Erkin meeting room. Stating that it was exciting to celebrate the 165th anniversary of the railroads, Minister …

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Legal notices of September 30, 2021

NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BOUNDARY BNB ENTERPRISES, a general partnership, plaintiff, c. GRAY HOLDINGS, LLC, an Idaho limited liability company, Respondent. File No. CV11-21-0253 Date: October 21, 2021 Time: 11:00 …

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Community Calendar – Sept. 30 to Oct. 6

Thursday September 30 SPOT BUS: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Bonners Ferry to Sandpoint and back. Call 24 hours in advance, 208-267-4740 Al Anon Meeting: 7:30 p.m., United Methodist Church, 6568 Lincoln Road. The meeting is also available through Zoom. For more information and to access meetings, call Roger Z. …

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Asheville City Council adopts urban core zoning initiative

At its September 28 meeting, Asheville City Council adopted a new Location Urban Form Code District. The city center rezoning initiative was managed by the Asheville Planning and Urban Design Department and was developed as a recommendation of the Comprehensive City Plan, Living Asheville. Urban centers aim to foster higher …

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Understanding the rights of ferry passengers

Ferry passengers, just like air passengers, are entitled under EU law to various rights when a journey is delayed or canceled by the carrier. The EU Regulation 1177/2010 concerning the rights of passengers traveling by sea and inland waterway was recently the subject of a judgment handed down by the …

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Over 100 cases of COVID in GAPS since September 7, high school students may have to use public transport to get to school | Local

Positive cases do reflect community transmission figures, however, as Linn County reports around 500 positive cases per 100,000 people. While many quarantines have been implicated in these positive cases, contact tracing efforts with seating charts and timesheets have been used to keep quarantines as low as possible. Students and staff …

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Historic railroad sedan fades into history | Vadodara news

The heritage structure (L) was shot down for a high speed train project on Monday evening Vadodara: The historic railway saloon, which was a symbol of royalty in Gaekwadi’s time and a testament to Vadodara’s long journey with the railways, has been razed. The National High Speed ​​Rail Corporation Limited …

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BFHS starts well

The school year has started well. Students and staff at Bonner Ferry High School challenge each other at work by attending school every day, studying, training, competing, traveling and doing our best to keep COVID down -19 from a distance. We were lucky to have a normal start to the …

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