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OPINION: Why Passengers Should Care About Open Skies

An Emirates 777-31H/ER sits in a delivery stall at the Boeing Paine Field – Photo – Bernie Leighton | AirlineReporter It’s that time again. Time for me to give you some of my personal thoughts on a topic. Some might call it a rant. You know the time when an American aviation lobby group [...]Show More Summary

Daily News Briefs for February 26, 2015

Brent Spence Poll: Give Us Tolls DRJTBC Bridges Pass Muster VA Lawmaker Still Battling Dulles Greenway Tolls I-95 Express Lanes Working Just Fine TX 550 Toll Road Nears Finish On CT Tolls: AET Makes...

IN: Gun Threat Found at Glaval Bus After Reports of Layoffs

Police are working with an Elkhart manufacturing company after a gun threat was found on a bathroom wall Thursday, Feb. 12, as reported by the South Bend Tribune. Glaval Bus, 55152 C.R. 1, Elkhart, reported the threat to police, which...Show More Summary

Hyundai Rotem USA

Manufactures and operation of rolling stock and railway systems.

CA: Roads Reopen, Rail Service to Resume After Oxnard Train Crash

Roads partially reopened late Wednesday morning and Metrolink service was set to fully resume after an Oxnard train crash Tuesday that injured 30 people. Rice Avenue reopened in both directions about 10:30 a.m., with only one northbound lane still closed. Show More Summary

MA: Keolis GM Bails as Rail Flails

The general manager of the Bay State's problem-plagued commuter rail service stepped down yesterday on the eve of a key meeting between Gov. Charlie Baker and top Keolis executives who flew in from France in a bid to turn things around...Show More Summary

MA: Acting T Chief: All Hands on Deck During Storms

The MBTA's new acting general manager vowed to import into the public transit system the all-hands-on-deck attitude the state's highway operation uses to combat snowstorms to avoid a repeat of this winter's rail disaster. Frank DePaola,...Show More Summary

MN: Metro Transit Worker Allegedly Stole $1,300 From Police Evidence Room

A former supervisor in the Metro Transit Police Department's property and evidence room has been charged with stealing money from the room where she worked. Jerri Landis, 62, of Waconia, was charged by summons for taking more than $1,300...Show More Summary

NJ: NJ Transit Considering Fare Hike, Service Cuts

Documents supporting Gov. Chris Christie's budget plan say NJ Transit "is currently evaluating a range of savings and revenue-generating options that may include the first fare adjustment since May of 2010." There's no detail yet available on the size or timing of a potential fare increase. Show More Summary

OH: Next Steps for Port Columbus: Bus Route, Europe

A plan rolled out yesterday to help chart the future of Port Columbus is designed to enhance an entity that is considered vital to the region's continued economic growth. Hopes are centered on flights to Europe, creating a transportation...Show More Summary

MN: Southwest LRT Rift Over Kenilworth Corridor Plays Out in Federal Court

The battle over the biggest public transit project in Minnesota history shifted Wednesday to a federal courtroom in Minneapolis, where attorneys fought over whether it was too soon for a lawsuit from critics of the proposed route of the Southwest light rail. U.S. Show More Summary

MD: Butler Phone Troubles Expected for a Few Days

The Carroll Transit System, operated by Butler Mobility, is expected to continue to have phone system problems for the next few days. Callers have been experiencing sudden disconnects, making it appear that Butler is hanging up. TheShow More Summary

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