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Boeing raises profile of new jet projects before Farnborough opens

The war of words between the jet makers before major airshows is off to a good start with Boeing revving up the crowd before the gates to Farnborough open The post Boeing raises profile of new jet projects before Farnborough opens appeared first on Plane Talking.

US "war" against #IslamicState is nothing but a massacre of civilians and destruction of cities

US and Iran slaughtered civilians trying to escape the destruction of Fallujah, Iraq. They claim they destroyed a military convoy, but the photos and videos clearly show otherwise. Shia militia dog chants sectarian anthems after the civilian convoy was massacred, call them "children of Yazid"pic.twitter.com/DbMzwspAdj — Coffee & News (@ThatCoffeeTho) July 1, 2016

Angle Lake Station Nearing Completion

With the dust starting to settle on University Link, some have turned their attention towards to the other end of the Link light rail system–the south end–and the upcoming opening of Angle Lake Station in SeaTac. With only weeks remaining until the anticipated opening in September, construction on the station and the 1.6 miles of […]

MBTA Fare Changes Take Effect July 1st with Reduced Cash Fares for Buses

The MBTA is reminding customers that changes in fares for travel on local bus, rapid transit, commuter rail, ferry and The RIDE take effect on Friday, July 1, and will include some reduced fares for riders and increased Student Pass availability.

FL: Bradenton Man Crashes Into County Bus, Flips Minivan

A Bradenton man crashed into a Manatee County Area Transit bus and flipped his own minivan around 12:30 p.m. Thursday, according to Florida Highway Patrol.

CA: Merced's High-Speed Rail Plans Back on Track

Residents and others interested in Merced's future gathered Tuesday to discuss what they'd like to see surrounding the high-speed rail stop in Merced, which is set to open in 2025.

Cutting Costs Proactively

From mining to manufacturing and everything in between, operators are looking to more effective and productive ways to utilise their equipment, and keep it running in peak condition.

Mass Transit Weekly Update 7/1/2016

This week's Mass Transit Update features videos from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), Transport for London (TfL), Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and Amtrak.

SEPTA's Newly Minted 5th Street/Independence Hall Station

Just in time for July Fourth, SEPTA has renamed the station at the doorstep of Independence National Historical Park and neighboring cultural and historical attractions.

Long Island Rail Road to Enhance Service to East End of Long Island

More people than ever want to visit the beautiful East End of Long Island during summer weekends, and the Long Island Rail Road is adding train service to meet that demand and reduce crowding on trains.

Metro Buses Ready to Roll on New Southeast Houston Route

Commuters in southeast Houston have another transportation option thanks to a new bus route.

NC: CATS Pass-Discount Fares to Rise Friday

Starting Friday, the Charlotte Area Transit System will raise most pass-discount fares to help offset a projected $2.8 million operating budget shortfall for fiscal year 2017.

IA: Final Day of Emergency Training Leaves Des Moines County Reflecting on Lessons Learned

Bringing together a large group of people to work under stressful and unfamiliar circumstances speaks volumes about a community's ability to work collaboratively in a crisis.

PA: Port Authority's Budget OK Means Bus-Service Upgrades in Penn Hills

The Port Authority of Allegheny County board of directors adopted a budget for its 2017 fiscal year that will put almost $400,000 toward improving bus service in Penn Hills.

MI: CSX to Perform Railroad Crossing Work in Holland in August

The CSX railroad company will be making improvements to crossings in Holland in August, according to Gail Lobin, who works in corporate communications for CSX.

New Bicycle Repair Stops at TTC Stations

The TTC installed 20 new self-service bicycle repair stations and five bike parking stations across the subway system, as promised in the 2016 Customer Charter.

TX: Trolley Rails to be Welded Soon in South Side

Rail lines connecting Paisano Drive to Father Rahm Street in South El Paso are set to be welded within a few weeks as part of the $97 million Streetcar Project expected to debut in 2018, an official said Wednesday.

MD: North Baltimore Group Criticizes MTA Bus System Overhaul Plans, Says New Routes Would Create 'Transit Deserts'

A group of North Baltimore residents criticized the state's plan to overhaul the city's maligned bus system Tuesday, saying the current routes are "much more customer-friendly" than the new ones, which they warned would create "transit deserts"

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