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OK: Oklahoma Transportation Department Sets Goals for Next 25 Years

July 27--The cost of needed repairs and improvements to Oklahoma's transportation system is expected to total $37.4 billion over the next 25 years. But here's the dilemma: Only $28.5 billion in revenue is expected to be available to meet t

PA: Mt. Lebanon to Address Pedestrian Safety

July 27--Because at least six pedestrians were struck by vehicles in Mt. Lebanon during the past 12 months, the board of commissioners' second major discussion session of the year will focus on improving pedestrian and vehicle safety Monday.

NC: Survey Sheds Light on Need for Bus Stop Shelters

July 25--DURHAM -- A recent survey released by GoTriangle concerning the performance of GoDurham and the Bull City Connector showed an increase in rider satisfaction, but also showed where the service needs to improve. The survey was given

IL: Cars Make Way for Bikes in Transit-Oriented Housing Proposal

July 27--Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to soon introduce changes to the city's transit-oriented development ordinance that would dramatically expand the areas eligible for city incentives and let developers off the hook for parking if they instead m

PA: Amtrak Still Working to Add Bicycle Racks to Western Pa. Train Routes

July 27--Amtrak says it soon will place bicycle racks on two regional train routes so passengers can stow bikes intact, an amenity more than six months past due. The passenger train company says it has not set a date for making the racks a

Voters to Get Nonbinding Say on 11.9-Cent Gas Tax Increase

Thanks to a provision in Initiative 960 (Ballotpedia), passed by Washington State voters in 2007, voters will have four non-binding Advisory Questions on the November 3, 2015 ballot. One of the questions will be on whether the legislature should have passed an 11.9-cent gas tax increase, (The Olympian) the main funding source for the $16.1 […]

Is Flying the Uber-Low-Cost Carrier Thai AirAsia Worth It?

AirAsia Airbus A320 – Photo: AeroIcarus | Flickr CC I’ll be the first to admit it. I was naive. I really didn’t think it could get worse than our low-cost carriers (LCCs) here in the U.S. I mean, I’d suffered Spirit’s kneecap-busting 28-inch seat pitch. I’d waited an hour-and-a-half to retrieve my bags from [...]Show More Summary

ScotRail Alliance completes Winchburgh Tunnel upgrade

The ScotRail Alliance in the UK has confirmed that the Edinburgh-Glasgow main line will reopen today, following the completion of a six-week project to upgrade the Winchburgh Tunnel.

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