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Portland, Gateway to Copenhagen, Amsterdam…

...Gronningen, Greifswald, Lund, Assen, Münster, Utrecht, Västerås, Ferrara, Malmö, Linköping, Odense, Basel, Osaka, Bremen, Bologna, Oulu, Munich, Florence, Rotterdam, Berne, Tübingen, Aarhus, Tokyo, Salzburg, Venice, Pardubice, York,...Show More Summary

PHOTOS: American Airlines’ First Boeing 787 Dreamliner in Full Livery

American Airlines’ first Boeing 787 Dreamliner seen in full livery – Photo: Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren American Airlines’ first Boeing 787 came out of paint last night giving us a first glimpse at the Dreamliner in AA’s new livery. When the airline takes delivery, by the end of the year, they will become the second US-based [...]Show More Summary

Metro and Railway Systems

For over thirty years, we at COMLAB have focused on radio frequency (RF) technology. Our involvement includes design, development, production and installation of turnkey high-frequency radio systems.

Comlab-Radio Frequency Systems for Rail Applications

Comlab supplies a comprehensive range of radio frequency (RF) technology for the rail industry. Innovative, reliable and durable, its systems represent a cost-effective, long-term investment for cust...

US: Democratic Areas Win More Transportation Grants

Just two months before next week's midterm elections, the Obama administration in September awarded the biggest share of almost $600 million in economic stimulus-based transportation grants to projects in districts with a Democratic congressman even thoug

FL: Demolition Begins for All Aboard Florida's New Station

An old strip center coincidentally named "Broward Station" was knocked down Wednesday, marking the start of construction of what will become a sleek new downtown Fort Lauderdale station for All Aboard Florida.

WA: Man Sentenced to Jail Time for Indecent Exposure on Bus

A man convicted of exposing himself on a Valley Transit bus earlier this year will serve a jail term instead of going to prison.

New Flyer Electric Bus Enters Service in Chicago

New Flyer Industries Inc. announced Oct. 30 that the Xcelsior XE40 battery-electric heavy-duty transit bus has entered into regular transit service with the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA).

GA: Clayton's Vote on MARTA Could Reverberate Beyond County

Clayton County residents will go to the polls Tuesday to vote on a MARTA expansion that would provide bus service, and possibly rail, to the transit-starved community.

News Roundup: 140 Minutes

  Vox wonders about the precipitous decline of carpooling. In short, carpooling culture seems only to have worked for the inner-ring suburb era when cars were more expensive. Tuesday morning’s commute was one of the worst in recent memory, with up to 140 minutes between Everett and Seattle. But widening roads just makes things worse. […]

IL: CTA Testing Two All-Electric Buses

Two CTA buses powered exclusively by batteries entered service Wednesday in a $2.5 million electric bus experiment that transit officials expect will be good for the environment, public health and the agency's bottom line over the long run.

WI: Milwaukee County Panel Pitches New Bus Routes, Fare Programs

Two new special fare programs on Milwaukee County Transit buses -- including a pass that would allow seniors and those with disabilities to ride free -- would begin in April, under a proposal recommended Wednesday by a Milwaukee County Board committee.

REO-USA Railway Solutions make connections at its first APTA Expo

Exhibiting at the APTA Expo for the first time since becoming members in 2011, REO-USA officials were extremely pleased with the end results.

CA: Traffic Mitigation Measures Approved by MTA

A group of projects intended to relieve the traffic impacts of construction projects on the Golden State (5) Freeway were approved last week by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority.

SC: Coast RTA Votes to Add More Horry County Representation

The Coast RTA board of directors voted Wednesday to expand its membership to 11 to include more Horry County-appointed members, a move that should give the county more control of the transit, but not as much as one councilman wanted...

Huber+Suhner Present New Thin Wall Signalling Cables

New generation of Radox cable offers thin, lightweight cables with extreme resistance to chemical, electrical and mechanical loads.

MI: Work on M-1 Rail Tech Center to Start This Year

Construction should begin before the end of the year in Detroit's New Center neighborhood on the approximately $7 million technical center and maintenance facility for the M-1 Rail, according to James Canning, a spokesman for the streetcar project.

NC: Chapel Hill Rolls Out Bike, Ped Safety Plan

Nearly a month after a local cyclist was killed on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, the town has a renewed focus on bicyclist and pedestrian safety.

Chuck Heffernan to Lead Psomas Santa Clarita Engineering Team

City of Palmdale Director of Development Services Chuck Heffernan is joining Psomas as a vice president in the engineering group.

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