The government of Queensland in Australia is seeking public input for revised A$5.4bn ($4.1bn) Cross River Rail project.
WAVY reports that key players behind the concession agreement between the State of Virginia and Elizabeth River Crossings agreed to be interviewed by WAVY and provide insight into the “controversial deal.” Sample quote: “Critics argue...Show More Summary
Dubbed the Paris Navigating Gym, the 65ft-long glass-walled boat can host up to 45 people who power it with their exercise on spinning bikes and cross trainers as they cruise the River Seine.
Every day, pedestrians in Murcia, Spain use the Manterola Bridge to cross over the Segura River and get to work, class, or other engagements. Starting this week, though, they'll have new commuting company. Thanks to a recently installed...Show More Summary
The Rifftides staff will soon be crossing the Cascade Mountains and heading west through the Columbia River Gorge to report on the Portland Jazz Festival. To be accurate, the reports will cover some of the festival. It runs eleven days in large and small halls, intimate clubs, a university lecture room, clubs, restaurants and at […]
Last Saturday morning, a Canadian woman named Fadwa Alaoui left her home in Brossard, across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal, and drove an hour southeast, to the border crossing at Highgate Springs, Vermont. Alaoui was travelling with her two young children and an adult cousin. Show More Summary
The Oregonian reports, “Seven Southwest Washington legislators want to resurrect plans to build a new Columbia River bridge linking Portland and Vancouver. Just don’t call it the Columbia River Crossing. Vancouver-area lawmakers will...Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! The Army Corps of Engineers says it intends to grant a permit for the oil pipeline to cross the Missouri river, following Donald Trump's executive order. The U.S. government is set to allow the final phase...Show More Summary
by Heidi Groover Standing Rock in September. Sydney Brownstone Army Approves Dakota Access Pipeline: "The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has granted an easement allowing the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under the Missouri River north...Show More Summary
The military says it will allow the controversial $3.8 billion oil project to cross under a Missouri River reservoir, eliminating a big hurdle.
The Army Corps of Engineers told Congress on Tuesday that it will allow the $3.8-billion Dakota Access oil pipeline to cross under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota, completing the disputed four-state project. The Corps intends to allow the Lake Oahe crossing as early as Wednesday, according...
The Army said it will allow the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline to cross under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it will allow the pipeline to cross under the Missouri River, cutting short an environmental impact assessment and removing the final barrier to construction.
BISMARCK, N.D. — The Army has notified Congress that it will allow the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline to cross under a Missouri River r...
The Army has notified Congress that it will allow the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline to cross under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota, completing the four-state project to … Click to Continue »
The Daily Freeman reports, “Traffic volume and revenue rose last year on the five New York State Bridge Authority spans that cross the Hudson River. The total number of crossings in 2016 was 62.8 million, a gain of 2.5 million, or 4.2 percent, from 2015, according to the authority. Show More Summary
Cry me a river.
The woman, who police said was 60 to 70 years old, was not in a crosswalk when she was struck on Little River Turnpike.
The Army Corps of Engineers was ordered to allow construction of the Dakota Access pipeline to proceed under a disputed Missouri River crossing, North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven said on Tuesday, the latest twist in a months-long legal battle over the $3.8 billion project. Show More Summary
The Army Corps of Engineers was ordered to allow construction of the Dakota Access pipeline to proceed under a disputed Missouri River crossing, North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven said on … Click to Continue »