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Syria regime too weak, US changing plan

The US has been standing by, hoping the regime in Syria can keep "stability"... meaning access to oil in Kirkuk, Iraq.But the regime cannot even conquer its own capital city.Now the US has to be more aggressive, maybe take it down and install another puppet.

#Oilwars not necessary, rather wars of choice

From #Ghouta #Syria - A Weird world where you can kill 500,000 Own peoples to get throne. And World is silent. Humanity is ending”. #East_Ghouta #GhoutaGenocide #SaveSyrianChildren #Syrie #SyriaIsBleeding #Assad #AssadPutin — Soldiers of War (@Pawns30) March 17, 2018

The Curse of Energy Efficiency: The #jevons paradox

The Curse of Energy Efficiency | The Tyee: "Jevons concluded that: “It is wholly a confusion of ideas to suppose that the economical use of fuel is equivalent to a diminished consumption. The very contrary is the truth.”The idea that using fuels and resources more efficiently leads to greater environmental ruin became known as Jevons Paradox. Show More Summary

Follow truth wherever it leads

The US empire is in deep trouble. It has bet everything on an unsustainable investment of trillions in autosprawl hard assets. Highways, pipelines, ocean tankers, highway tankers, rail tankers, refineries, parking lots, spread out water...Show More Summary

New LEITNER Ropeways Project in the Norwegian Tourist Destination of Voss is Integrated into a Central Transportation Hub

The latest spectacular 3S projects by LEITNER ropeways at Stubai Glacier and Klein Matterhorn (which will be in operation from September on) already attracted a lot of attention.

Monetary policy broken now that cheap oil is over

Our Finite World: "Also, feedbacks don’t come quickly enough to make necessary course corrections. This makes raising interest rates way too much like playing with physics reactions we don’t fully understand. Interest rate increases (like fission reactions) start chain reactions. Show More Summary

New Flyer Advances Third-Year Installment of 100 Electric Hybrid Buses for SEPTA

New Flyer of America Inc. has announced it is advancing third year production of 100 Xcelsior diesel-electric hybrid, forty-foot heavy-duty transit buses for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority.

DASH Hosts Community Meetings for Proposed Fare & Service Changes

Alexandria Transit Company announced that as part of its annual budget development process, DASH is gathering community input on several proposed fare and service changes.

NC: Where's the Durham-Orange Light Rail? Local Officials Buying Land, Hopeful for Future

As Congress debates next year's federal budget, local officials learned Wednesday that GoTriangle now owns all the land needed for a light-rail operations and maintenance center in southeastern Durham.

California Lawmakers Want to Bring Back Local Redevelopment Agencies

A bill by Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, would allow cities and counties to establish similar agencies to boost affordable housing stock, improve public transit and reduce climate-warming carbon emissions.

NC: Rider Transit to Launch New Charlotte Concord Express Route Monday: New Route will Connect Concord and Kannapolis to Charlotte

On Monday, Concord Kannapolis Area Transit (Rider) will launch the brand new CCX (Charlotte Concord Express), an all-day express route between Rider Transit Center and CATS LYNX Light Rail in Charlotte.

Michigan Public Transit Advocates in Washington D.C. This Week

This week, public transit officials from Michigan and across the country will be in Washington D.C. to lobby for more public transportation funding.

OH: Licking County Transit Frustrations Continue with New Provider

Four months ago, the Licking County Commissioners and Licking County Transit officials looked forward to working with MV Transportation when the county's contract with National Express concluded at the end of 2017.

MO: Riders React to City Bus Sizes

Last week, the St. Joseph City Council postponed the purchasing of nine new 30-feet long city buses in order to explore the option of buying smaller buses for less.

WA: UW Light-Rail Escalators Re-Started After 2-Hour Breakdown Friday

Hundreds of Sound Transit light-rail customers were delayed outside University of Washington Station when both down escalators were stuck Friday evening.

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