Stena Line confirms rollout of E-Flexer elongated ferries

Two Baltic Sea roads to achieve high capacity upgrade in 2022 Stena Line has confirmed previous reports that they were two 240m long Stena E-Flexer (Mk II) ferries, still unnamed. will be deployed on the Nynäshamn – Ventspils route. This decision will release the former Belfast – Birkenhead STENA SCANDICA …

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Travel Tips: Discover New Zealand by Ferry

To travel Sep 26, 2021 1:00 AM5 minutes to read Relax from the city life on a relaxed 1-hour trip from Half Moon Bay to Waiheke Island. Photo / 123RF All over our island nation, enjoying a diverse armada of ferries – large and small – is a great way …

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San José city councilor Matt Mahan runs for mayor

San Jose council member Matt Mahan announced on Saturday that he is officially embarking on the race to become the city’s next mayor, on a platform he described as “a common sense revolution.” . San Jose council member Matt Mahan represents District 10, which represents the Almaden Valley region. He …

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Taiwan News Quick Take – Taipei Times

DEFENSE Accident damages F-16 The landing gear of an F-16 jet retracted on Thursday during a routine upstream inspection, slightly damaging the plane, the Air Force Command Headquarters said yesterday, adding that no one was injured. The incident took place in a hangar at Chiayi Air Base, where ground personnel …

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WRTA bus lines returning to Warren and Lordstown, Ohio

WRTA established temporary fixed routes in Warren with a state transit grant, but those routes ended on September 10 when funding ran out. The authority has taken another bite to restore service to the Warren area, but it is making some changes. YOUNGSTOWN – The Western Reserve Transit Authority is …

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Falkner’s bullet train dream | Editorials

For starters, let’s give Bill Falkner some credit. The former mayor and current state representative is not afraid to dream big. He does not limit his vision of the future of Saint-Joseph to filling potholes and building hiking trails. There is a lot more cement needed for what he has …

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Cross Sound Ferry Vessel wins “Ship of the Year” honor

ORIENT POINT, NY — A vessel in the Cross Sound Ferry fleet, the Cape Henlopen, was recently honored by the Steamship Historical Society of America, winning the “Ship of the Year” award. The Ship of the Year award is given in recognition of a milestone or achievement that contributes to …

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Pittsburgh officials unveil ambitious long-term transportation vision plan | News | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Image: Courtesy City of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Karina Ricks, director of the city’s mobility and infrastructure department, announced a 50-year mobility vision plan on Thursday, September 23, sharing the ambitious goals of the city ​​of Pittsburgh for public transportation. The long-term transportation plan includes …

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Future Rail issue 92 is now available

This week marks the 40th anniversary of the operation of the TGV in France, and therefore 40 years of high speed rail across the country. The TGV network has grown steadily since its creation in Paris-Lyon route, and there are more plans to expand further. In fact, across Europe – …

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Can the Greyhound bus operator make a comeback?

Shawn Baldwin, producer CNBC.com Intercity bus travel in the United States has long been dominated by an iconic brand. With its fleet of 1,200 buses, Greyhound annually transports nearly 16 million passengers to approximately 2,400 North American destinations. While the company caters to budget-conscious long-distance travelers, it also offers charter …

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Connect Transit to reduce service due to driver shortage

PEORIA (Heart of Illinois ABC) – The Bloomington-Normal transit system is temporarily curtailing service starting next week due to a shortage of qualified bus drivers. Connect Transit announced Thursday that its Blue, Purple, Aqua, Orange and Silver bus lines will run hourly during rush hour instead of every half hour. …

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Fassmer Designs Downtown Electric Ferry

(Fassmer) Posted on Sep 23, 2021 3:57 PM by The maritime executive German shipyard Fassmer Shipyard and integrated electric drive system developer Torqeedo have developed a fully electric ferry concept for public transport. This is the latest example of using battery power, which is gaining more and more attention for …

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Report highlights roadmap to electric aviation

© Shutterstock A recent report from the Argonne Collaborating Center for Energy Storage Science (ACCESS) outlines the way forward towards electric aviation. The report is the result of a two-day meeting hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory in 2019, attended by nearly 100 experts from battery …

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Preserved California bullet train project, restored over 2,300 acres of habitat in last year

Written by Bill Wilson, Editor-in-Chief It has been a clean year for the construction of the high speed train project in California. California High Speed ​​Rail Authority As California kicks off Climate Week 2021, the California High-Speed ​​Rail Authority released its latest sustainability report: Building a Fair Future, detailing how …

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Green Line Bus – Journal

Finally, the first batch of vehicles for the Karachi Green Line bus project arrived from China on Sunday, accompanied with great fanfare. The multibillion-rupee program – launched during the PML-N rule in early 2016 – finally appears to be on the verge of paying off, more than five years after …

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How car rentals explain the 2021 economy

Few markets better crystallize the upside-down nature of the US economy during the pandemic than the rental car industry. The industry shows how the economic decisions made in 2020 continue to have serious implications in 2021. While most other industries have experienced less severe fluctuations, the same basic dynamics apply. …

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Leaks at the toll booth: Zinara loses millions

The herald Victor Maphosa-Mashonaland Eastern Office COLLUSION between toll gate officers and corrupt motorists has seen banned crews of kombi and pirate taxis sneak through the barriers without paying, damaging Zimbabwe’s National Road Administration (Zinara) fees. toll essential, The Herald can reveal. The illicit practice, which is most pronounced at …

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France’s high-speed trains get a makeover

To travel Sep 19, 2021 6:12 PM2 minutes to read French President Emmanuel Macron speaks in front of a full-size replica of the next high-speed train, TGV, in Paris. Photo / AP French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday unveiled a mock-up of the next generation of greener very high-speed trains …

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So many things to do, how to choose?

September 19 – Monte Imming easily maneuvered Murphy, Cooper and Boji through Peace Plaza on Saturday morning. The three golden retrievers enthusiastically mingled with the other dogs on a leash at the Rochester Downtown Alliance’s Dogs Downtown event, but it wasn’t Imming’s first stop of the day. “I’ve done the …

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America’s grand reopening postponed, World News

September sparkled in the distance. As a hopeful spring gave way to summer, this was to be the month when pandemic restrictions and government assistance ceased altogether, and a new season of live rallies, face-to-face teaching. face and office work would begin. But events unfolded unpredictably. Several New York Times …

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Ferry Defense Arrests Weir | News, Sports, Jobs

Joe Lovell SEEKING SPACE – Weir High’s Devan Colson is looking for a spot to appear against Martins Ferry on Friday. MARTINS FERRY – It took twelve minutes to no longer be followed, Martins Ferry had no intention of stopping. With a solid defense that ended Weir High’s offense and …

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Maha CM Uddhav Thackeray Provides Support for High Speed ​​Train from Mumbai to Nagpur | Bombay News

Maharashtra Chief Minister (CM) Uddhav Thackeray on Friday announced his full support for the high-speed rail corridor project between Mumbai and Nagpur. While supporting the proposed project, Thackeray also lamented that they expected the first bullet train to be the Mumbai-Nagpur project and not the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route. Thackeray, who was …

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New plan to launch Nanaimo high-speed ferry to downtown Vancouver

There will be a brand new attempt to launch a high-speed passenger ferry service from downtown Nanaimo to downtown Vancouver. This week, the Nanaimo Port Authority and Snuneymuxw First Nation announced a partnership with Conqora Capital Partners to launch a new service connecting the downtown areas of the two cities. …

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France celebrates 40 years of the TGV

Published on: 09/17/2021 – 14:54 France celebrated four decades of flying over the countryside aboard high-speed TGV trains on Friday, while getting a glimpse of the next-generation locomotives set to hit the tracks in 2024. President Emmanuel Macron was present at Gare de Lyon in Paris, where the first trip …

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High Speed ​​Rail / High Speed ​​Rail Market Size, Trends and Key Companies – Alstom, ABB, Siemens Mobility, Bombardier, Hitachi Ltd., TOSHIBA CORPORATION, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

Sample download request Need for customization Price and purchase options New Jersey, United States, – The Bullet train / bullet train market The report contains a detailed analysis of the current status of the market, market player, region, type and application. The report provides an in-depth assessment of growth factors, …

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High-speed pedestrian ferry planned between Nanaimo and Vancouver

Plans for a much-coveted high-speed ferry service between Nanaimo and downtown Vancouver were announced on Thursday. Few details have been revealed about the business by Toronto-based private equity firm Conqora Capital Partners Inc. in partnership with Snuneymuxw First Nation, although a long-term lease has been signed with the Nanaimo Port …

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People News: Indiana Rail Road; Caltrax; WSP United States

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief INRD is Railway Age’s 2012 and 2018 regional railway of the year. (INRD photo from the 2018 film Award) The Indiana Rail Road Co. (INRD) has elevated three employees to assistant vice president positions. In addition, Caltrax, an independent railcar repairer, has hired a sales …

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China deals a blow to Blackstone’s ambitions

This is an audio transcript of the FT News Briefing podcast episode: China deals a blow to Blackstone’s ambitions Marc FilippinoHello from the Financial Times. Today is Wednesday September 15th. And this is your FT News Briefing. [MUSIC PLAYING] Marc FilippinoUS inflation cooled a bit in August and consumers are …

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Martins Ferry Schools Monitor COVID | News, Sports, Jobs

MARTINS FERRY – Education of children during the resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic and repairs to school infrastructure were among the issues discussed Tuesday by the Martins Ferry City Schools Board of Education. Superintendent Jim Fogle provided an update on the status of COVID-19 cases across the district, reporting on …

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CMA CGM invests in Brittany Ferries

The CMA CGM Group, a giant in maritime transport and logistics, has committed to invest 25 million euros, including 10 million euros in quasi-equity, in Brittany Ferries, the largest ferry company operating under French flag, to support Brittany Ferries Recovery of the Covid-19. Brittany Ferries said the partnership would help …

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Pioneering Md. Center takes legal aid on the go

The Mobile Library Law Center, a new project of Maryland Legal Aid and the Baltimore County Public Library System, is a Ford Transit mobile legal aid office that meets with underfunded residents of Baltimore County where they are located. with free legal services and a library. services. At first glance, …

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Vaccine rule comes as Washington state ferries face staff shortage

SEATTLE Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s announcement of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for state employees comes at a time when the state’s ferry system is experiencing a serious staff shortage. KUOW reports that in an Aug. 13 advisory, Washington State Ferry Chief of Staff Nicole McIntosh said there were “91 unprecedented requests …

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Kenilworth rail user calls for action to keep services running reliably at town’s ailing station three years after it opened

Kenilworth Station A Kenilworth commuter has expressed serious concerns about the town’s “chaotic descent” through its “erratic and unstable train service”. In April, the operator West Midlands Railway (WMR) resumed services at Kenilworth, which currently run once every two hours to Leamington and Coventry stations. These are supplemented by rail …

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