Catalytic converters stolen from Heritage Village vehicles

SOUTHBURY – An investigation is underway into the recent theft of several catalytic converters on East Hill Road. The theft of several vehicle emission control devices belonging to the Heritage Village Masters Association – a community for adults 55 and older – was reported Thursday morning. Catalytic converters have become …

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Global High Speed ​​Rail Market Growth Strategy, Import-Export Analysis and Forecast 2021-2027 – The Manomet Current

A recent study MarketQuest.biz provides a comprehensive overview of the industry and important trends Global high-speed train market from 2021 to 2027 in chronological and predictive price information. The initial inspection of the principles and operations of the company is discussed and recommendations. The report divides company value by revenue …

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Washington County Public Schools Do Not Require Masks

Washington County Public Schools do not plan to impose capacity limits or mask requirements in response to the coronavirus pandemic when the new school year begins on August 30. The school system’s decision not to impose masks on students and staff in classrooms, hallways and cafeterias was announced as Washington …

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Dobbs Ferry Man charged with attempted murder of police officer

A Westchester man faces multiple attempted murder charges after he allegedly attacked a police officer and stabbed him with a knife in the head, authorities said. Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah said Dobbs Ferry resident Matthew Burke has been charged with multiple counts of stabbing a uniformed officer in …

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Senate GOP could cancel plan

Republicans are set to reject a motion tabled by the Senate Majority Leader on Wednesday Charles SchumerChuck Schumer Democrats present vision for Civilian Climate Corps The Hill 12:30 p.m. report – Presented by Goldman Sachs – Key week for Biden infrastructure targets Democratic majority depends on drug price cuts MORE …

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Carbondale Transit Center City Authorities and Design Firms Seek Public Opinion Local News

“We’re very limited on our available space, it’s a narrow hallway, it’s very narrow,” Bollman said. Amtrak users, Carbondale residents, and the general public can also have input into the aesthetics, layout, overall appearance and design. Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} This public hearing is …

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Federal support for public transit is a major achievement

The success of public transportation can be attributed to one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Lyndon Johnson, which continues to benefit many Americans today. On July 9, 1964, he signed the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964. Subsequently, this resulted in the investment over time of several …

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Brattleboro Welcomes Amtrak Again | Local News

After the suspension of rail service due to the coronavirus pandemic, community members celebrated its return. Chris Mays, reformer from Brattleboro BRATTLEBORO – The Vermonter is back in action, a move celebrated in resort communities statewide since the coronavirus pandemic interrupted service. “After 479 days, travelers can once again enjoy …

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Metro-North to resume ferry service on the Hudson River

HUDSON VALLEY, NY – Haverstraw-Ossining and Newburgh-Beacon ferry services will resume on August 30 as the region continues to recover from the coronavirus pandemic and Metro-North Railroad prepares for a post-Labor Day comeback. office and school workers. The changes will coincide with an increase in rail service to 83% of …

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Hy-Line collision with motorboat investigated

NANTUCKET – A Hy-Line high-speed ferry entering Nantucket Harbor on Friday evening had more than the fog to deal with. At approximately 8:45 p.m., the Gray Lady collided with the motorboat Razor Bill, according to Coast Guard Petty Officer Amanda Wyrick. There were no injuries. The Razor Bill sustained damage …

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Texas Central secures the operator. Financing Next?

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief The proposed $ 20 billion, 236 mile rail line connecting Dallas (made possible by stations above) and Houston has completed major regulatory processes. Texas Central, a privately funded high-speed train developer, has signed with Spain’s Renfe as the “first operator” of its proposed 236-mile line …

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Melvin Cornella faces drug trafficking charges

BONNERS FERRY – Melvin Cornella, 60, posted bail and faces three felony counts for being a persistent offender, heroin trafficking and possession of a controlled substance. According to court documents, on November 6, Cornella was driving around 9 p.m. in a Mercury van and was spotted by Bonners Ferry police …

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Rail News – Sound Transit light rail projects get federal funding. For railway professionals

Railway news Passenger train 7/13/2021 Railway news: Passenger railways Sound Transit inaugurated the Federal Way link extension in July 2020. Photo – soundtransit.com U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.), Senior member of the Senate Credit Committee, and Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), Chair of the Senate Trade Committee, announced two new capital investment …

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Tibet’s first high-speed train line enters service

(CNN) – For the first time, travelers to Tibet can enjoy the mountainous views of the region at high speed. A 435-kilometer (250-mile) rail line connecting the Tibetan capital Lhasa to the city of Nyingchi entered service on June 25, giving mainland China’s 31 provincial-level regions high-speed rail access. 47 …

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Korn Ferry Tour TPC Colorado Championship Scores

Saturday At TPC Colorado North Course Berthoud, Colorado Exchange: $ 600,000 Yardage: 7,991; Par: 72 Third round Tyson Alexander 65-66-71_202 Taylor… Saturday At PTC Colorado North course Berthoud, Col. Grant: $ 600,000 Yardage: 7,991; normal: 72 Third round Tyson Alexander 65-66-71_202 Taylor Moore 63-70-69_202 Horse riding 70-68-66_204 Taylor Pendrith 70-70-65_205 …

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From Rep. Seth Moulton’s office – Lynn Journal

succeeds in attaching $ 19.5 million for local projects to the Surface Transportation Bill Representative Seth Moulton (D-MA) announced that the House had passed the Investment Act in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation (INVEST) in America, which includes funding for four of the local projects that …

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Boat sinks at Canyon Ferry Lake during storm

HELENA – On Wednesday afternoon, a storm hit Canyon Ferry Lake and sank a boat. Officials say the storm created swells on the water that passed the boat that was carrying six passengers and brought it underwater. Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s Office captain Kevin Wright told MTN the boaters …

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Passenger Rail Must Get Back On Track In Wisconsin | Notice

Renewed plans for passenger rail service to Madison and other cities in Wisconsin are encouraging, although we have already been disappointed with similar promises. We keep our fingers crossed that this time it is different. Amtrak recently released a map showing new high-speed rail lines connecting communities across the country. …

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SacRT Begins Transit Operations in Elk Grove | New

This month marks a major change in Elk Grove’s transit system, with its annexation to the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT). As of July 1, this official change allows SacRT to operate the transit services of this city as its own member entity. SacRT previously operated the city’s fixed-route, local …

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Traffic growth highlights transit needs | Regional news

BOSTON – Traffic congestion has returned to Greater Boston as pandemic restrictions are lifted, rekindling the debate over transportation funding. Before the pandemic, Beacon Hill Democrats were pushing a slew of proposals that relied on higher taxes and fees – like a 5-cent-per-gallon gasoline tax hike, congestion pricing for major …

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North Ferry rate hike expected by July 7

(Photo from journalist’s file) On June 29, the Suffolk County Legislature unanimously approved a request to increase North Ferry fares in an 18-0 vote. The bill was sent to county executive Steve Bellone for signature. Mr. Bellone has 15 days to sign or reject the law, Supervisor Gerry Siller said …

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How to best travel with BC Ferries during the summer

Render of the BC Ferries electric-diesel hybrid vessel. (Provided by BC Ferries) Canada Day and the rest of summer are approaching. Which means more trips are coming to BC Ferries. In preparation, the ferry service has sent out a list of tips for getting the most out of their ferry …

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Entry into service of the new generation of intelligent high-speed trains_ 英语 频道 _ 央视 网 (cctv.com)

CHANGCHUN, June 25 (Xinhua) – China’s new generation of “Fuxing” high-speed trains were put into service on Friday, offering intelligent operating systems and installations. The high-speed electric multiple unit (EMU), based on the Fuxing CR400BF EMU, is equipped with technologies and services including intelligent data analysis, wireless network based on …

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Rail projects between Las Vegas, Calif. Benefits Bill

WASHINGTON – The proposed high-speed rail project between Las Vegas and Victorville, Calif., Could benefit from an infrastructure bill that the House expects to pass next week. The $ 547 billion Invest in America law will allow private entities to apply for federal funds for high-speed rail projects if a …

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I believe in ferries | Chroniclers

Greg wilson I love to walk around the harbor in Redwood City. There is a lot going on there, and always a lot to see. About three years ago, as I was looking at the municipal fishing pier and a few boats moored nearby, two buses labeled “Ferry” pulled up …

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Fundraising campaign to save Hythe Ferry ends in triumph

CAMPAIGNS celebrate victory in their battle to prevent the Hythe Ferry from being sunk by the economic impact of the Covid crisis. A crowdfunding initiative launched by Hythe resident Ashleigh Mutimear has raised more than £ 37,000 since its launch in February. That, along with money donated by local authorities, …

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Webuild wins contract for Orsana-Hirpinia high-speed line

Webuild Group won a contract for the executive design and construction of the Orsara-Hirpinia section of the Naples-Bari high speed line. This is valued at 1.075 billion euros (1.28 billion USD). Webuild installs arch bridge over Naples-Cancello section of Naples-Bari high-speed rail development © Web Group The sponsor is Rete …

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County agencies offering free transit in July

The Stanislaus Regional Transit Authority (StanRTA) and Turlock Transit recently announced that all rides on all fixed-route buses will be free for passengers in July 2021 as part of a joint free ride promotion. This includes MAX bus services to BART Commuter Express, MAX to ACE Commuter Express, and BART …

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Community calendar – June 24 to June 30

Thursday June 24 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 on Lincoln Road. The meeting is also available through Zoom. For more information and to access meetings, call Roger Z. …

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EDITORIAL: Taking the Bus to Durango, Part Four

Read the first part I had two pleasant experiences yesterday. At around 4 p.m., the San Juan Water Conservation District Board of Directors voted to approve resolution 2021-03, stating that the SJWCD will not continue the “due diligence” on the water rights of the reservoir. West Fork and the West …

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Public suffering escalated amid new restrictions

Travelers and transport workers suffered tremendously on various highways on the first day of new restrictions on public movement and activities, except for emergency services in seven districts of Dhaka Division on Tuesday, due to suspension of inter-district bus and ferry services and limited train services. – Photo New Age …

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