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Along the Stewart Southern, Part 1

The Stewart Southern believes in lots of signs! The Stewart Southern Railway is one of the many shortline railways in Saskatchewan. I mentioned their start back in 2010. We were in Saskatchewan at the beginning of August to visit family...Show More Summary

A Single Cable Ident: Low Fire Hazard Performance and Diesel Resistance

In this white paper, Martyn Priddle, materials engineering manager, and Lee Smith, materials engineer, describe the characteristics of a product that truly delivers low fire hazard (LFH) performance and identifies a shortfall in fire safety requireme…

Leaving Out Duplexes Leaves Out Large Families

As supply-and-demand skeptics are fond of pointing out, real estate is not an undifferentiated commodity, but in fact is a variety of products tailored to a wide range of tastes and requirements. One of the more difficult customers to serve under current urban market conditions is large households, in the most conventional case families with multiple children. […]

MH370 wing part mystery defies resolution

The New York Magazine has published a succinct article as to why the wing part of a Boeing 777 washed up on La Réunion in the west Indian Ocean late in July continues to defy positive identification as having come from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. It is based in part on another report in [...]

Sepura Chosen by Fire Brigades in Bavaria

Selectric GmbH has been awarded two prestigious contracts for the supply of more than 6000 TETRA radios to fire brigades in the regions of Straubing and Passau.

Korean Air Celebrates Delivery of its First Boeing 747-8I

Korean Air’s new 747-8I glistening during delivery – Photo: Colin Cook | AirlineReporter Earlier this week, at the Everett Delivery Center, Korean Air and Boeing celebrated delivery of the airline’s first of ten 747-8 Intercontinental aircraft. The delivery marked Korean becoming the only carrier of both the freighter and passenger variant, with Korean already [...]Show More Summary

O’Brien Amendment Sidesteps HALA to Add Months to Small Projects

Image via Division Ave blog. Last week, after residents in his new council district protested a new live-work development in Ballard, city council member Mike O’Brien took the unusual step of slipping a new design review mandate into an otherwise standard-issue omnibus cleanup bill. The change O’Brien made would require design review–a process that can […]

PA : Amtrak Ready to Allow Roll-On Bike Service Between Pittsburgh, D.C.

After years of promising it, Amtrak is about to offer roll-on bicycle service on the Capitol Limited route that passes through Pittsburgh. With two premier bike trails parallel to the route, enthusiasts and bicycle organizations have long pressed the railroad to add the service. Show More Summary

IL: Historic CTA Station Parts to be Auctioned Friday

A CTA station was shut down this spring after a 119-year run but a local nonprofit is working to keep you in the "Loop." The Rebuilding Exchange is auctioning historic slivers of the dismantled Madison Street and Wabash Avenue Station at a 7 p.m. Show More Summary

IL: Girl, 9, to Get $4.1 Million Settlement for 2005 Metra Crash

Aug. 27--The 9-year-old girl was named Faith for a reason, her family said, because they considered her birth a miracle. Weighing only three pounds, she was born prematurely while her mother, Renea Poppel, was in a coma after surviving the

CA: RT guard restrains woman from entering burning duplex

A security guard at the Center Parkway light rail station pulled a woman from a duplex when she entered the burning structure. Transit station guard Codi Shively pulled the woman from the home at Center Parkway and Union House Way about 10 a.m. Show More Summary

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