Post Profile






BART races to make deadline for new cars

“It may happen within the week; then again, it may not” BART is racing to keep its new trains on schedule, with a looming, self-imposed December 15 deadline to get at least as handful the multi-million dollar, upgraded vehicles operating. KTVU 2 reports a pre-2018 roll-out now “appears unlikely,” although the network doesn’t cite any particular source saying that this is the case; it appears to be more of a judgment call based on the constant sequence of delays and redacted deadlines all year long, plus the latest batch of technical difficulties.
read more

share

Related Posts


Oscar Season: Voting Deadlines Looming As 2014 Race Heats Up To Fever Pitch

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Deadline Hollywood

Now it's getting busy.  Awards season, that is.  Judging from the frantic calls trying to schedule interviews and other things as various voting deadlines loom I would say we are in the thick of it.  Golden Globe final nomination ba...

2018 KTM X-Bow GT4 racer revealed

Vehicles / Cars : Motor Authority

The dedicated motorsport version of KTM’s X-Bow track car has been comprehensively updated for the 2018 season. The updates are aimed at improving the reliability of the GT4-spec race car and thereby reducing the running costs for t...

An Autonomous Racing Series Kicks Off In California

Technology : Forbes: Tech

If Roborace will be the Formula 1 of autonomous electric car racing, then "Self Racing Cars" is the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). At least, that's the plan for the new driverless car series holding its first "track days" this w...

Retired NBA champion Shawn Marion's new goal? Winning 'The Amazing Race'

Entertainment / Television : Chicago Tribune: TV

In 16 seasons as a professional basketball player, Shawn Marion earned a championship ring with the Dallas Mavericks, a bronze medal at the Olympics in Greece and millions of dollars. Now the four-time All-Star has set his sights on...

A-D variant Hornets scheduled for maintenance | RAF No. 12 squadron to train Qatari Eurofighter crews | Wing Loong II hits new strike record

Industries / Military : Defense Industry Daily

Americas Lockheed Martin received last Thursday, a $20.5 million contract for upgrades and services for the AEGIS weapon system (AWS). Under the terms of the agreement, Lockheed will provide for logistics and sustainment support for...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC