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REX broke safety rule in last Friday’s lost propeller incident

How many times does an airline like REX ignore air safety rules before it is sanctioned? The post REX broke safety rule in last Friday’s lost propeller incident appeared first on Plane Talking.

Spanish University Students Rank Alstom as One of the Most Innovative Companies

Alstom ranks among the top ten companies selected by Spanish university students as most innovative, according to the annual Universum Most Attractive Employers study.

WI: Janesville Transit System to Change Concealed-Carry Policy

Concealed carry permit-holders will soon be able to bring weapons onto public city buses, possibly as early as next week.

NC: Brunswick Transit System Looks to Expand Services

Brunswick Transit doesn't offer fixed-route service in the county, offering curb-to-curb service instead. Riders have to schedule a ride by calling the agency 48 hours ahead of time.

WA: Some Riders Finding Themselves Stranded on Pierce Transit's New Routes

New service includes more-frequent buses and expanded hours on many routes, before some bus stops were ready to be opened.

NC: Registration Tax Discussion for PART Not Over

The Alamance County Board of Commissioners will revisit a couple of items tonight, one of which it voted on just two weeks ago. A $2 registration tax would generate $297,660, according to PART's projections.

CA: Public Transit Meets Public Art in RTD Transit Center

For years, San Joaquin Regional Transit District's Downtown Transit Center has been the primary hub for public transportation in the county. Now, it's venturing into the world of art.

TX: STAR Transit Available to Royse City Residents

STAR Transit is a public transportation service that's available to everyone in the city limits of Royse City.

NC: Jacksonville to Construct First Park and Ride

Nestled between an amphitheater and baseball diamonds is the future site of Jacksonville's first park and ride. The facility, which will hold about 200 parking spaces, is designed to provide access to combined forms of transportatio...

OH: What Trump's Proposed Transportation Budget Means for Ohio

President Donald Trump's preliminary budget slashes U.S. Department of Transportation funding 13 percent, or $2.4 billion.

MI: CEO Michael Ford is Ousted at Regional Transit Authority

Michael Ford is out of his CEO job at the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan.

NC: PART Prohibits Weapons, Concealed Carry on Buses

March 17--HIGH POINT -- The region's mass transit agency recently prohibited passengers from having weapons and concealed carry handguns on buses and other vehicles, bringing its policy in line with other transportation providers in the Piedmon

WA: Trump Budget Would Withhold Money for 7 Transit Projects in State

As many as seven transit lines in Washington state -- including the light-rail corridor from Lynnwood to Northgate -- are at risk to lose their anticipated federal funding under President Trump's 2018 budget proposal released Thursd...

WA: Sound Transit CEO Won't Host Dow Constantine Fundraiser

A political fundraiser scheduled at the home of Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff to benefit incumbent King County Executive Dow Constantine has been moved elsewhere.

VA: Hampton Roads Residents Can Weigh in on Transportation Projects

Hampton Roads residents can weigh in later this month on transportation projects that are set to be funded under the state's new scoring and prioritization process called Smart Scale.

Construction work starts for Hurstbridge line upgrade in Australia

Construction work for the major upgrade project on the Hurstbridge railway line has commenced in Melbourne, Australia.

Network Rail begins £100m modernisation of Calderdale rail line in UK

UK's Network Rail has begun the £100m revamping works for the track on the Calder Valley rail line, which runs through Calderdale between Leeds and Manchester, via Bradford Interchange.

Publisher Says Missourians Need to Cure Themselves of Anti-Toll-Road Fever

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Mid-Currituck Toll Bridge Opposition Group Suggests Alternatives

The Virginian-Pilot publishes a guest column in which a group opposed to NCDOT’s Mid-Currituck toll bridge project (which they characterize as “environmentally harmful and fiscally irresponsible”) presents a “fresh look at alternative solutions” proposed by their engineer. Show More Summary

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