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Sepura Offers Instant Coverage Solutions with TETRA

Sepura has enhanced its infrastructure portfolio with the launch of the SOLO Instant Coverage TETRA base station at Critical Communications World (CCW) in Barcelona.

Senate Ransoms Transit; House Voting Today

The #waleg Senate passes $16b transpo bill 39-9. House floor action expected Tuesday. — Michael C. Lindblom (@MikeLindblom) June 30, 2015 Less than 10 hours after the public received details about the state legislature’s transportation package, the Senate approved it. By the time you read this, the House’s vote will be imminent. Governor Inslee is a […]

MD: In West Baltimore, Frustration Over Red Line's Demise

June 27--At the Edmondson Village Shopping Center on Friday, folks weren't happy. For at least a decade, residents had heard that the light rail project known as the Red Line was going to help revitalize the area, which is marked with poholes and dilapidated buildings. Show More Summary

WA: Spokane Would Get $1 Billion-Plus in Transportation Proposal

June 29--OLYMPIA -- The Spokane area would receive more than $1 billion in road and transit projects if the Legislature musters the votes to raise gasoline taxes by 11.9 cents a gallon over three years. Completion of the North Spokane...Show More Summary

MN: Beyond Cost Cuts, Southwest Light Rail Faces New Challenges

June 30--To get to her job at a spa in Eden Prairie's bustling commercial district, massage therapist LesleyAnne Crosby usually took three Metro Transit buses from her south Minneapolis home. The commute took about two hours -- one way. A serious ankle injury prevented her from driving like everyone else. Show More Summary

AZ: In Tucson and Beyond, Public Transportation Needed, Underfunded

June 28--Urban planners have long considered public transportation the best remedy for traffic congestion, but many of the nation's largest mass-transit systems aren't up to the task. They lack the money to keep up with basic maintenance,...Show More Summary

NM: Reduced Lanes Actually Serve to Move Traffic

June 29--ABQ THE LAND OF THE TRAFFIC JAM: That's the title of Bennie Sandoval's email. Bennie writes "the city streets of our town were designed and built decades ago to move traffic. The leaders at the time realized the city would grow and built the roads to handle the increase in traffic. Show More Summary

MN: Metro Transit Outlines Big Plans for Mpls. Campus

June 30--Metro Transit is gearing up for a big expansion of its North Loop headquarters, anchored by a massive bus garage and a new home for the transit agency's police department. The plans are taking shape just beyond downtown Minneapolis, blocks away from Target Field and a proposed site for a new professional soccer stadium. Show More Summary

AK: Mat-Su Borough Makes Drastic Price Cut in Attempt to Offload Never-Used Ferry Susitna

June 30--PALMER -- Hoping to sell a disabled former U.S. Navy prototype turned failed Cook Inlet ferry? Try knocking a few million off the sticker price. At least, that's the Matanuska-Susitna Borough's latest strategy. The M/V Susitna,...Show More Summary

MN: Joyride to Provide Extra Sober Shuttle This Weekend

June 30--SPICER -- Demand for the Joyride sober bus program has remained steady during its second year of operation, with dozens of people already using the program this summer to plan sober rides home from local bars. As of last week,...Show More Summary

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