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Siemens Commissions First Trackguard Westrace Mk2 in Scandinavia

Following the successful completion of the final stage of signalling work by Siemens, Norway's metro transport infrastructure owner, Sporveien Oslo AS, has now commissioned into full service all four sheds for the new Avløs rail depot for Oslo's Kols…

KVT-Fastening Offers Lightweight Threaded Inserts

KVT-Fastening offers a comprehensive range of threaded inserts Tappex, Filtec+, Lockfil+, Kato, Fasteks and Keenserts: threaded inserts for highly reliable threaded fastenings in lightweight construction materials

California high-speed rail: connecting the US West coast

The California high-speed rail project aims to cut travel time from San Francisco to the Los Angeles basin to under three hours, with travel at 200mph by 2029. The ambitious plans include extending the line to Sacramento and San Diego, totalling 800 …

MN: $4M Project Would Lead to Natural-Gas Fueled Buses

Aug. 25--A state agency is leading the push to build a $4 million compressed natural gas fueling facility in Rochester for the city's public buses. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is requesting $3.2 million be set aside for the

FL: County Wants Bus Passes Peddled in Major Chains

Aug. 26--Would you like a bus pass with that? Hoping to get more people to hop aboard a Broward County Transit bus, the County Commission on Tuesday approved changes aimed at getting bus passes sold in major store chains. Buying a p...

CA: San Diego to Spend $163M on Stoplight Timing

Aug. 24--SAN DIEGO -- Aiming to fight worsening traffic congestion on San Diego's roads, city officials have created a $163 million master plan to install modern stoplight timing systems and other advanced technologies that combat gridlock.

FL: Palm Beach County Spends Fourth Most in State on Transportation

Aug. 26--With the money Palm Beach County spent on transportation in 2013, it could have bought The Washington Post, or the Al Mirqab, the ultra-luxury yacht owned by Qatar's former prime minister, Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabar Al Thani. The

CA: L.A. Opens the Door for Full Uber and Lyft Service at LAX

Aug. 26--The taxi industry spent heavily to defeat it. Critics called it an unregulated dark zone. Some even questioned whether its drivers were dangerous. But in the end, those misgivings about ride-hailing could not match the public appe

MN: Olmsted County Commits to DMC Transit Funding

Aug. 26--The city of Rochester will be the site of strategic changes to transit infrastructure in the Destination Medical Center years, and Olmsted County will be a key funding contributor. The Olmsted County Board of Commissioners on Tues

OR: Eugene Streets and EmX Planning Moving to Decisions

Aug. 25--The goal: Make some of Eugene's busiest streets less auto-centric and more bicycle, transit and pedestrian friendly. But first Lane Transit District and city planners want to hear from the public before officials narrow the list o

AZ: Bus Riders Ask City to Help Settle Strike

Aug. 25--Sun Tran strike: Day 20 The latest: As picketing continued, the Tucson Bus Riders Union on Monday asked City Manager Mike Ortega and Mayor Jonathan Rothschild to encourage the two sides to settle their differences. Group me...

WA: C-Tran Head: The Vine BRT Milestone 'Historic'

Aug. 25--C-Tran officially planted The Vine on Monday, celebrating the start of a project that will bring big changes to Vancouver's Fourth Plain corridor. The $53 million bus rapid transit line is the largest project in C-Tran's history.

CA: Reports of Sexual Harassment by Metro Commuters Could Hinder Efforts to Boost Ridership

Aug. 25--As the Metro Red Line train whisked evening commuters toward Union Station, a repeated movement caught college student Amy Swart's eye. A scrawny, tattooed man in the opposite seat was staring at her, unblinking, his hand thrust i

SC: New Horry Committee to Examine Transportation

Aug. 25--WestJet. A failed mass transit bus shelter and sign project. The sale of Carolina Southern Railroad. All have cost Horry County agencies time and/or money in the past three years and a new committee aims to make sure transportatio

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