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Laborex to Exhibit at Middle East Rail in 2017

Laborex will be showcasing their latest cleaning installations and solutions for the railway industry at Middle East Rail 2017.

GDOD Commissioner Talks Up Atlanta Express Lanes, Eyes Truck-only Lanes Down the Road

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution staffs a reports, “Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurry laid out a litany of projects estimated in the hundreds of millions of dollars that are expected to transform a large...Show More Summary

IL Gov. Rauner Backs Tollway over Canadian Pacific in O’Hare Access Dispute

Crain’s Chicago Business reports that Gov. Bruce Rauner’s administration has U.S. Surface Transportation Board “to rule in favor of the tollway in its suit against the Canadian Pacific Railway, which has refused to make property it owns...Show More Summary

IL Tollway to Replace Last “Iconic” Coin Buckets with Touch Screens that Process, Cash, Coins and Credit Cards

Daily Herald reports, “The Illinois tollway is introducing an innovation 1990s drivers digging frantically for change would have cheered. Agency leaders approved a contract Thursday to replace the iconic buckets at toll booths with updated...Show More Summary

Macquarie Atlas Seeks “Equity Injection”

The Australian Financial Review “Toll road owner Macquarie Atlas Roads Group is seeking an equity injection via an institutional placement to fund managers. Fund managers expect an offer worth $185 million at $4.85 a share, and wereShow More Summary

WSDOT Envisions 40-mile Corridor of Dynamic Tolling Lanes in Puget Sound

Lens reports, “As the central Puget Sound regional population grows in the coming decades, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) envisions a 40-mile long corridor of dynamic tolling lanes on the Eastside to manage...Show More Summary

TxDOT Says Portion of I-35 West Project is Substantially Complete

Fort Worth Star-Telegram  reports that a “3.6-mile portion of [I-35 West] from Loop 820 north to just past the U.S. 287 ‘Decatur cutoff’ is now ‘substantially complete,’ according to a Texas Department of Transportation spokesman.” He...Show More Summary

Australian Pension fund IFM Chasing International Toll Roads

The Australian reports, “Australian pension fund IFM is believed to be in hot pursuit of international toll roads after it emerged it made a last-minute approach to the lenders of Macquarie’s M6 toll road in Britain to buy the assetShow More Summary

Key Players in Elizabeth River Crossings Deal with VDOT Open Up on Concession Deal

WAVY reports that key players behind the concession agreement between the State of Virginia and Elizabeth River Crossings agreed to be interviewed by WAVY and provide insight into the “controversial deal.” Sample quote: “Critics argue...Show More Summary

Chair of CT Transportation Committee Backs Tolling

Fairfield County Business Journal reports, “Bringing tolls back to Connecticut highways may not inspire hosannas from residents, but state Rep. Tony Guerrera thinks it’s an idea whose time has come.’ The benefit is bringing more revenue...Show More Summary

Port Mann Bridge (BC) is “Still Bleeding Money”

NEWS 1130 reports, “The Port Mann Bridge is still bleeding money, even though government expectations had the toll crossing in the black by this year. The bridge is expected to lose $90 million this year and $172 million over the next...Show More Summary

PA PIke Chair Logan Resigns, Takes Post at PA Gaming Control Board

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports, “Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Chairman Sean Logan resigned Thursday and immediately was appointed to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.” The report adds, “Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to nominate a new turnpike commissioner in the next few weeks who must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the state Senate. Show More Summary

AB: Transit Safety Boss Considers Ban on Headphones Near LRT Stations

The head of safety at Calgary Transit says officials are considering banning the use of headphones near LRT stations after distracted walking near a northeast station was blamed for another death.

NJ: Man Jumps from Moving NJ Transit Bus, Suffers Serious Head Injury

A man suffered a serious head injury after jumping from a moving NJ Transit bus Wednesday morning, a township spokeswoman said.

UT: Bill Aims to Put Mass Transit Funds Where Utah Populations Need it Most

With populations expected to grow exponentially on the west side of the Wasatch Front, one Utah lawmaker is hoping to get a proportional piece of the state's mass transit pie.

FL: Transit at Center of Debate of Hillsborough County's Transit-less Transportation Plan

There is a relatively small amount of money, about $1 million, for transit projects in the 10-year, $812 million transportation plan that Hillsborough County commissioners discussed Wednesday.

MA: SRTA Bus Catches Fire in New Bedford, 7 Passengers Evacuated

An electrical fire aboard a SRTA bus late Wednesday morning forced the evacuation of seven passengers, an official said.

Move Seattle’s Rapid Ride Corridor Planning Kicks Off

Last night the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) kicked off planning for the five additional RapidRide corridors promised in 2015’s Move Seattle levy. The Draft Seattle RapidRide Expansion Program Report rolls two projectsShow More Summary


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Lumen Nightstick NSR-1514 LED Rechargeable Area/Scene Light

Bayco Products Inc. has announced the availability of their new 1,000 Lumen Nightstick NSR-1514 LED Rechargeable Area/Scene Light with Magnetic Base, and 1,000 Lumen Nightstick NSR-1514C Rechargeable LED Area Light Kit

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