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OH: Sylvania Twp. Trustees to Hear TARTA Plan

Sylvania Township trustees will hear a presentation at their July 5 meeting by Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority representatives about TARTA's plans to shift its tax funding structure.

NM: Rising to the Challenge: Businesses of West Downtown Forge Identity Amid ART Disruption

For a small group of business owners in the evolving Central Avenue neighborhood between Downtown and Old Town, adversity provided a springboard to a new identity and mission.

CT: Leaders Push Back on Plainfield Bus Route Cancellation

Plainfield First Selectman Paul Sweet said he plans to fight a state decision not to resurrect a regional bus route through town.

Bel Power Solutions Introduces High-Power LBC Series Railway Battery Chargers Designed for Train Manufacturers

Bel Power Solutions, a Bel group company, (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB) and premier global manufacturer of power management devices, today introduced the LBC Series, a ruggedized battery charger consisting of two or three parallel independent AC-DC conve…

IN: South Shore Projects Approach Turning Point

The end of summer will mark a turning point for the two South Shore Line projects that have been years-long goals of the Northwest Indiana Commuter Transportation District.

Vienna Consulting Engineers-High-Tech Consultancy Services for the Railway Industry

VCE Vienna Consulting Engineers is an independent, high-tech oriented consulting firm based in Austria.

WA: C-Tran Faces Driver Shortage

The agency is facing a driver shortage. Although it's trying to hire enough drivers to adequately fill its ranks, it's having a hard time keeping drivers around.

MN: Group Invites Public to Discuss St. Paul Skyway Issues

The Capitol River Council is inviting the public to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of downtown St. Paul's skyways.

ST Wins $88 million Federal Loan

Calling it “good news,” Peter Rogoff, CEO of Sound Transit, told the board during the June 22 meeting that the agency had secured a second low-interest TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act) loan through the U.S. Department of Transportation. The $88 million loan, with an interest rate of 2.73 percent, will be used to […]

Sound Transit will not Change Redmond Alignment

In a unanimous vote, Sound Transit board members moved forward a proposal to elevate the downtown Redmond Station, directing staff to complete an environmental review and preliminary engineering on the changes. The proposed design changes by the City of Redmond shift the Redmond Town Center station, previously proposed as an at-grade station near Leary Way, to […]

Report Recommends UK Government Adopt Nationwide Road Tolls to Compensate for Fuel Tax Shortfall

The Times (London) reports that a study by the think tank Policy Exchange concludes that, “A national system of road tolls should be introduced to meet a £170 billion shortfall in fuel tax over the next 13 years.... Researchers say that...Show More Summary

West Virginia Turnpike Toll Increase and Borrowing Law Signed

The State Journal reports that West Virginia Governor Jim Justice signed SB 1003, the measure that permits West Virginia Turnpike tolls to increase, allows for an annual $8 toll pass, and gives the state Parkways Authority expanded authority to issue construction bonds. Show More Summary

Illinois Budget Impasse May Halt Kane County Toll Bridge Project, but Not Tollway-Funded Overpass Construction

Northwest Herald reports that if Illinois’ marathon budget impasse continues, it will “do to the next phase of the Longmeadow Parkway what an endangered bumblebee could not, and shut down work until a state budget is in place.” The newspaper...Show More Summary

Cuomo Sends More State Police to New York City in Part to Catch Toll Scofflaws

The New York Times reports that Governor Andrew Cuomo “has embarked on an unprecedented campaign to put the stamp of the State Police on New York City....” The Times notes that the increased law enforcement profile is a “centerpiece” of the governor’s plan to introduce cashless tolling across the city. Show More Summary

Hit-and-Run Driver Crashes into NH Turnpike Tollbooth

Foster’s Daily Democrat reports, “Two lanes of the Rochester tolls on the Spaulding Turnpike were closed on Sunday afternoon [June 25] when a truck crashed into the toll plaza, according to state police.... A toll attendant was in the booth that was struck but was uninjured, police said. Show More Summary

Missouri’s High-Level Task Force on Transportation Funding Begins Work This Week

St. Louis Public Radio reports, “Crumbling roads and old bridges have long been something lawmakers say they should work on. Now, a task force created to study Missouri’s transportation system will begin holding public meetings thisShow More Summary

Oregon Bill Envisioning Bi-State Bridge Tolls Riles Vancouver, Washington, Newspaper Editors

The Columbian editorial board criticizes the Oregon Legislature for proposing a transportation funding plan (HB 2017) that includes seeking federal permission to toll the I-5 and I-205 bridges connecting Portland with Vancouver, Washington. Show More Summary

STRAIL-Level Crossing Systems for Railways

STRAIL provides sustainable level crossing systems, track damping solutions and plastic sleepers for railways.

Engineering, Development, Manufacturing of Drying Systems

With 45 years of experience in the car wash industry, Proto-Vest, specialises in the engineering, development and manufacturing of drying systems.

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