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Biggest Transportation Battles of 2016 to Continue in the New Year (Texas)

The cost of toll roads, the toll of urban congestion, ride-hailing battles and a high-speed train war garnered plenty of attention in Texas this year. And after the Legislature spent two sessions...

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Skedaddle is Bringing Busloads of Women to March on Washington (Uber for buses)

The hottest ticket to the Women’s March on Washington is on the bus-sharing startup Skeddadle, which allows people to commission private bus rides and is trying to change the future of long-distance...

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ABQ Ride Employee: “I Wouldn’t Allow my Family to Ride a...

Threats, weapons and fights. A violent work environment is part of shocking stories from one whistleblower who works on board Albuquerque city buses. After ABQ Ride's director told KOB he was surprised...

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules City has no Authority to Ban Weapons from Buses

After nearly four years in the courts, Wisconsin Carry, Inc. won a historic victory for the right to bear arms in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Carry had sued the City of Madison, because the City had refused...

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules City has no Authority to Ban Weapons from Buses

After nearly four years in the courts, Wisconsin Carry, Inc. won a historic victory for the right to bear arms in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Carry had sued the City of Madison, because the City had refused...

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Sweden PM finds gender-segregated school bus 'disgusting'

It is “disgusting” if girls at a private Islamic school in Stockholm are directed to the back door of a school bus while boys use the front door, as claimed by a television documentary, Sweden’s Prime...

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OK: Governor Fallin Signs SB 397 Restores Carry on Buses

On 19 May, 2017, Oklahoma governor Mary Fallin signed into law another reform of Oklahoma firearms law. SB 397 removed another egregious discrimination against poor people exercising their Second...

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Company’s impact unlimited (400 jobs at an average salary of $45,625...

GreenPower should help local economy Not only were civic leaders at Friday’s groundbreaking for GreenPower Motor Company’s electric-power bus plant, but several local business people were there hoping...

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Estonia's Driverless Buses Have Already Encountered Several 'Near...

The vehicles were introduced as part of the Baltic state's presidency of the EU Two shuttles costing around £90,000 (€100,000) each are being testedThey are capable of maximum speeds of around 30...

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Uncertainty over Trump infrastructure plan jeopardizes transit projects, jobs

Dozens of public transit projects around the country are in danger of stalling as the White House's plan to boost U.S. infrastructure fails to gain momentum - with thousands of jobs at risk. The...

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New I-90 Bus Lanes Speed Up Commute To The Suburbs

CHICAGO — Sixteen miles of new "flex lanes" will allow PACE buses to breeze past traffic along I-90 going west from O'Hare Airport, suburban transportation officials announced this week. The lanes...

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Paris rolls out 'on demand bus stops' in bid to fight sexual...

The Paris authorities have announced new measures to tackle the scourge of sexual harassment and abuse on the city’s public transport system. It’s a problem many, many people in Paris are familiar...

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Where does your toll money go? Miami drivers, sick of traffic and expense,...

In life, some things are unavoidable: death, taxes — and if you live in South Florida — tolls. Coughing up money to drive on the highways add to the cost of living in South Florida. Drivers in...

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How the candidates for governor would fix the traffic mess (Connecticut)

More than 300 bridges in Connecticut — carrying 4.3 million vehicles daily — are considered structurally deficient. Highways in the Bridgeport-Stamford area are so congested motorists waste 49 hours a...

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Correction: Migrant Caravan story

In a story Oct. 31 about Central American migrants traveling in a caravan through southern Mexico, The Associated Press erroneously reported that a woman who gave birth had been 28 weeks pregnant. She...

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‘Prosperity in Peril’: DC region bus study recommends...

The D.C. region could be suffocated by even more traffic if major improvements to the region’s bus system do not come soon, a draft report obtained by WTOP finds. Even so, making those changes in a way...

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Police release video of woman pushing elderly man off bus, leading to his death

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has released video of a woman, identified by police as 25-year-old Cadesha Bishop, pushing an elderly man off a bus in Las Vegas. Witnesses say the victim...

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Mark Bennett: I-70 shouldn't remain a road to avoid

When a school district deems its region’s main thoroughfare unsafe for school buses, that highway’s problems need fixed. Lots of Wabash Valley residents fear driving on the local stretch of Interstate...

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Leftist Bank Behind Bused In 'Attendees' At Dem Debates

Millie Weaver and crew capture footage of buses bringing in 'staged' protesters, marchers, and sign wavers to the 4th Democrat Primary Presidential Debate held in Ohio.

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Should Public Transit Be Free? More Cities Say, Why Not? Mayors are...

LAWRENCE, Mass. — Dionisia Ramos gets on the 37 bus twice a day, rooting through her handbag to dig out the fare and drop it into the slot, so it came as shock several months ago when the bus driver...

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Mass Transit, The Pandemic Petri Dish The Left Loves

For decades, politicians who propose and promote big government have done all they could to wean Americans off the convenience and freedom of cars and pack them like sardines into subways and buses, .....

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Coronavirus Reveals the Downsides of Urbanization

The relentless march of urbanization, in the United States and around the world, has been coming for a long time. .. America went from 8.8 percent urban in 1830 to 25.7 percent in 1870, then to a...

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London buses turned into ambulances amid COVID-19 outbreak

Some London buses are being converted into ambulances as the city grapples with a devastating COVID-19 outbreak. Seats were removed on at least two single-decker buses to enable them to carry four...

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D.C. warns a maglev stop at Mount Vernon Square would bring disruption

Construction for a maglev train line that would take passengers from Washington to Baltimore in 15 minutes could alter a D.C. neighborhood and affect nearby properties for years, District officials...

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Infrastructure Projects Worth $306B Will Help NY's Economic Recovery: Cuomo

In his State of the State address, Gov. Andrew Cuomo touted the $306 billion in current and proposed infrastructure projects around New York that he said would revitalize the economy after COVID-19...

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