July 30--An out-of-service MTA bus struck a vacant building in West Baltimore Wednesday afternoon, a Maryland Transit Administration official said. The bus was driven by an MTA mechanic to a garage for routine maintenance, said MTA spokesman Paul Shepard. Show More Summary
July 30--Kansas City is a finalist for a highly competitive neighborhood transformation grant and this week hosted a team from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that will judge whether it should win the funds. Kansas City is one of nine finalists for a Choice Neighborhoods grant of up to $30 million. Show More Summary
July 30--The city's transit system will explore ways to get more involved in operating the financially struggling bike share program, officials said Wednesday. Copyright 2015 - San Antonio Express-News
July 29--Property owners seeking Luzerne County approval to subdivide and develop land into 10 or more lots will be expected to install sidewalks and curbs, a county council majority decided Tuesday. Development projects also are required...Show More Summary
Hollysys Automation Technologies has received a CNY118.7m ($19.4m) contract from China Railway Corporation to supply onboard and lineside high-speed signalling equipment.
Spain-based train manufacturer Vossloh España has received two new orders from operators in the UK and Italy for its eight Eurolight family locomotives.
Although Qantas is careful not to say it will actually go ahead and take delivery of optioned Boeing 787-9s from 2017, the overwhelming support by its pilots for a new long haul EBA allows speculation as to how it might use them. When the vote closed today 82 percent of the 1165 valid votes were [...]
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Take it away, Michael James of SDOT: In the Seattle letter, dated July 15, from Director Kubly, we referenced a station “serving Uptown and the Seattle Center”, to be more clear, this is a station in the vicinity of Mercer St. and 1st Avenue N. This station location has been considered in the previous Ballard […]
This is the second in a two-part series. Part 1 is available here. Seattle Transit Blog interviewed 18 of the 47 candidates running for Seattle City Council in the seven newly created council districts and two citywide seats before making our endorsements last week. The Board chose candidates who were most closely aligned with its core principles, […]
July 29--Ridership on Knoxville Area Transit buses grew a little more than 4 percent over last year, totaling more than 3 million rides. In fact, over the last four years, KAT ridership on its core routes has increased more than 35 percent...Show More Summary
Sheffield-based Zonegreen is launching a new version of its flagship rail depot safety system, in response to increasing interest from clients across the globe.
A video from Lat-Lon showcasing their goods and services.
Update 2 While the only missing 777 is MH370, some older 777s have been scrapped and their parts sold, a factor causing delay in identifying the origin of this part found on La Reunion island. Update Multiple US media reports say unnamed Boeing sources have confirmed the part comes from a 777. But none of [...]
This is the text of a news release from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC).
This is the text of a July 29, 2015, news release from the law firm of Shearman & Sterling LLP.
NCDOT's I-77 Toll Plan Leads to Tough Questions... on Other Projects Florida's CCSS Vendor Selection under Review CDOT Publishes Plan for New C-470 Express Lanes Rauner Spokesman Denies Rulemaking...
This week on the podcast we chat with Brendan Wittstruck about I-755 in St. Louis, a freeway that was never built. Wire Feed