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Transit Authorities Tepid On Electric Buses Despite Promising Tech

Despite a surplus of cities seeking ways to reduce air pollution, electric buses haven’t taken off in the United States as expected. While analysts still anticipate a sudden surge in electrification in the years to come, present-day transit authorities have continued opting for dirty diesels as the primary method of moving urbanites around town. Show More Summary

An influential group of MPs want a deal to keep the UK in the EU for a fixed period after 2019

The Treasury Select Committee has called for a transition deal which essentially keeps the UK within the EU for a fixed period after it formally leaves in March 2019 The committee said such a deal would speed up negotiations and allow...Show More Summary

Early embryos kept in check

18 hours agoAcademics : Nature

As pluripotent stem cells become primed to give rise to all bodily cell types, they begin to form the amniotic cavity in which the mammalian fetus will grow. A checkpoint that gates this transition has now been identified.

It's the Last Stop on the Light-Rail Gravy Train

Randal O'Toole When it comes to mass transit, politicians never learn. Last month, Nashville Mayor Megan Berry announced a $5.2 billion proposal that involves building 26 miles of light rail and digging an expensive tunnel under the city’s downtown. Show More Summary

Canada Teams Up With World Bank To Support Clean Energy Transition In Developing Countries & Small Island States

Canada and the World Bank Group announced on Tuesday at the One Planet Summit in Paris that they are teaming up in partnership to support effective climate action in developing countries and small island developing states and spurring the acceleration away from coal-fired electricity toward clean energy. 

How Google protects your data in transit

By Maya Kaczorowski, Security and Privacy Product Manager Protecting your data is of the utmost importance for Google Cloud, and one of the ways we protect customer data is through encryption. We encrypt your data at rest, by default,...Show More Summary

WV: Weirton Transit Rolls Out New Buses

The Weirton Transit Corp. is ready to roll out three new buses onto the city streets, in a continuing effort to expand its services.

TN: Nashville Mayor: Transit Plan Will Produce Billions in Economic Impact, Create 3,850 Jobs

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry is touting that if Metro's transit plan is approved, it will produce billions of dollars in economic impact while creating thousands of jobs.

CA: Regional Transit Agencies Heighten Security in Wake of New York City's Subway Attack

Regional transit agencies boosted patrols after Monday's pipe-bomb blast injured four people including the suspect in a subway at New York City's Port Authority.

NY: Suspect in Bomb Attack Said to Have been Inspired by Islamic State's Call for Christmas Attacks

The suspect in a bomb attack in New York City's transit system Monday told investigators he had been inspired by Islamic State's recent call for attacks in Western cities around the Christmas holidays, a federal law enforcement official said.

TN: Mayor Barry Files Bill for May Transit Referendum, Begins with Backing from a Council Majority

Mayor Megan Barry on Monday formally filed long-awaited legislation that would trigger a public referendum in Nashville on a $5.4 billion transit plan, setting up two months of Metro Council debate on whether to add the controversial measure to the May ba

US: Transit Agencies Cautious on Electric Buses Despite Bold Forecasts

Out of more than 65,000 public buses plying U.S. roads today, just 300 are electric. Among the challenges: EVs are expensive, have limited range and are unproven on a mass scale.

NY: MTA's Incoming Transit President is 'Convinced' the System Can be Fixed

The buses are slow and the trains are delayed, but the next head of the city's mass transit network says he's stepping into his "dream" job.

DC Public Transit Approves Pro-Abortion Ads — Denies Catholic Church Ad Celebrating Christmas and Jesus’s Birth

The joys of liberal Democrat policy… The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) recently approved pro-abortion ads by a pro-abortion group but will not run ads celebrating Christmas and Jesus’s birth. These Catholic Church Christmas ads are not allowed. Show More Summary

Brightline, Florida’s new high-speed rail system, set to open this month

Aiming to eventually link Miami and Orlando, the private transit system offers a new model for development High-speed rail has traditionally been a slow-moving infrastructure project in the United States, with various proposals, construction...Show More Summary

California Today: California Today: A Mayor for a City in Transition

21 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Wednesday: The death of San Francisco’s mayor, California’s failing dams, wildfires, the Go-Go’s and the state Hall of Fame

First Elevated Section of Sound Transit's East Link Extension Under Construction in Downtown Bellevue

Sound Transit has briefed media on the construction of the first elevated section of the East Link extension.

Riverside Students Ride for a Quarter all Winter Long

Back by popular demand, the Riverside Transit Agency will once again roll out a special 25-cent fare for students who ride between December 15 and January 7.

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