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A truly polar plane crash reported

Now for something completely different Earlier this month a very rare jet airliner crash landed in an extraordinary location, within 50 kms of the geographical north pole. No one was injured when a Gazpromavia operated Antonov AN 74 landed badly and damaged its main gear on an ice floe runway used seasonally for events like [...]

IN: USDOT to Announce Boost for Indy's BRT

April 23--U.S. Department of Transportation Sec. Anthony Foxx will announce today that Indianapolis' planned bus rapid transportation system will receive technical assistance from several nonprofit organizations. Foxx and Mayor Greg Ballard will discuss the city's participation in a pilot program at 11 a.m. Show More Summary

OH: Downtown Workers at 5 Companies May Get Free Rides on COTA

April 23--Downtown workers might receive unlimited free access to city buses if a test program takes off this year. A group of 1,050 Downtown employees at five companies will receive a special credential to ride Central Ohio TransitShow More Summary

WA: Supporters to Press Sound Transit for Light-Rail Stop at North 130th

April 23--Sound Transit is about to pick four light-rail station sites for its future Northgate-Lynnwood line -- while disappointing fans of a potential train stop at North 130th Street. Transit-board members will vote Thursday to build...Show More Summary

Airbus A380 11-abreast seating: future-proofing the brand experience (Part 2)

At the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, the Airbus A380 11-abreast seating introduction made a big splash. While operating the A380, most of the challenges that airlines face — be it the long queue for the toilet or the delays in boarding over 500 passengers — are because of systemic constraints. Show More Summary

PA: Radnor Police Search for Burglar Who Took Public Transit

April 23--Radnor Township police are looking for a burglary suspect who left the area on public transportation. Last Friday, a woman came home to find a man filling her suitcase with jewelry, electronics, and cash. The two argued, and...Show More Summary

WI: Man Arrested After Pair of Armed Robberies, Stabbings of Bus Riders

April 23--An 18-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested late Wednesday night in connection with a pair of armed robberies and stabbings targeting riders on Milwaukee County buses, Milwaukee police said Thursday. The man was taken into custody late Wednesday night at a home on the 4500 block of N. Show More Summary

NY: MTA 'Courtesy Counts' Campaign Arrives on Metro-North, LIRR Trains

April 23--Because all public transit users are created equal, the MTA is next taking it's "Courtesy Counts" campaign to the commuter rails. And while "showtime" and pole hogging isn't the problem on the Long Island Rail Road and theShow More Summary

NY: Blind Spots Blamed for Bus Crashes Amid Push to Shield MTA Drivers From Arrest

April 22--A piece of Mayor Bill de Blasio's Vision Zero agenda that strengthened police's ability to punish motorists when a pedestrian is hit has been getting pushback from bus drivers' unions, as well as the City Council that passed...Show More Summary

CT: In Stamford, Doing the Math on Train Station Parking

April 23--STAMFORD -- As city train commuters endure a second week without access to one of the downtown train station's garages, one of the questions that has been raised is how a 1,200-space facility has been able to accommodate the...Show More Summary

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