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Skies between Australia-China suddenly thrown wide open

Unlimited risks and rewards come to air routes between Australia and China The post Skies between Australia-China suddenly thrown wide open appeared first on Plane Talking.

Podcast #30: Mailbag

Seoul report card Waterfront highway Listener mailbag Olive Way Mt. Baker TCC and SeaSub http://traffic.libsyn.com/seattletransitblog/STB_podcast_030.mp3

Blaine and the Plane, the best MH370 article for many months

If you only read one MH370 story a month, this has to be the one The post Blaine and the Plane, the best MH370 article for many months appeared first on Plane Talking.

The True Aussie “Milk Run”

On my last trip to Australia, I was fortunate enough to experience the “Centre Run” with Airnorth; a series of flights through the centre of the country. Now while this was an exciting adventure, there is an even more crazy series of flights that can be done in outback Australia. Show More Summary

Indian Cabinet approves $1.6bn Mumbai Urban Transport Project Phase III

Indian Cabinet has approved the Rs10.9bn ($1.6bn) Mumbai Urban Transport Project Phase III (MUTP 3), which is aimed at expanding rail infrastructure in the state of Maharashtra.

FTA Updates Congress on WMATA Metrorail Safety Oversight

Thanks, in part to temporary, direct and robust safety oversight of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority (WMATA) Metrorail system by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), WMATA is implementing needed safety changes

Train Collision Warning System Wins Award at Digicon 2016

The inaugural Munich Digital World Convention (Digicon 2016) presented awards to sustainable innovative ideas for their contributions to the digital world of the future.

What Does the Future of Fare Collection Hold?

With more options for fare collection, transit agencies can benefit from opening their fare collection services to be easy to use and to appeal to different customer's preferences.

TX: Alameda Brio BRT Expected to be Completed by 2018

The City of El Paso broke ground Thursday on the Alameda Brio, the second of four planned rapid transit bus routes in the city.

CA: Metro Board Puts Off Decision on Policing Contracts after Oversight Questions Arise

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority board delayed a decision Thursday on a plan to hire multiple police departments aimed at making the system's trains and buses safer for riders.

AL: Birmingham Transit Project Scaled Back Due to Funding Setback

The Birmingham City Council received an update Wednesday regarding the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority's bus rapid transit project.

UT: Trees Helped More Than Hurt by Transit Project, Provo Mayor Says

A controversial transit project in Provo and Orem has been attacked not only for its $190 million price tag and possibly creating congestion for other cars, but for uprooting hundreds of local trees.

ON: Unifor/City of Belleville Reach Transit Deal

The city of Belleville and the union representing transit workers have reached a new deal.

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Surpasses $100M in Total Investment

Jumpstartfund's Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Inc. (HTT) announced investments by EdgeWater Investments totalling $30 million.

MA: Private Company Proposes New Public Late-Night Transit Program

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is expected to decide within the next two years whether it will accept a new, late-night bus proposal that was presented by the private company Bridj.

IL: Metro-North Spuyten-Duyvil Derailment Engineer Sues Railroad for $10M

The Metro-North engineer who fell asleep at the controls of a speeding train three years ago today is blaming the commuter railroad for a Bronx derailment that killed four passengers.

PA: Why Train Cancellations are Spiking for SEPTA

On the last Friday in October, a months-long plague of SEPTA train cancellations became an epidemic.

Feds Clear the Way for Euro-style Trains in the US

New regulations from the Federal Railroad Administration could open up exciting new options for passenger rail in the Northwest.   These updates have been in the pipeline for some time now and are finally ready for public review. The first of the new rules creates a new “Tier III” for high-speed passenger rail. Tier I covers speeds […]

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