NY Had More than 10,000 Subway Delays in January 2018

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced that there were more than 10,000 subway system delays in January 2018 alone. What’s worse is that the transit officials can’t determine what caused the delays to begin with. The 10,000 delays were just the tip of the iceberg when it…

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Maryland Now Has the Purple Line Linking Suburbs

Public transport has always been an issue of contention and many municipalities and local governments have a huge problem trying to accommodate everyone in their area of jurisdiction. The good news is that it is always feasible despite the various hurdles they face during the planning, design, and…

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Shanghai Keolis Introduces Fully Automated Metro Line

Shanghai is the third city in China to introduce a fully automated metro line. The unmanned trains run on the Pujiang Line, which increased the total metro network of the city to 672 km. There are six stations along the line with four elevated trains running from Shendu Highway to Huizhen Road.…

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Free public transport across Estonia

Estonia is set to implement free transport for its residents across much of the country. The free fare scheme to due to begin on July 1st. The country is already a world leader in free public transit after fares on buses, trains and trams in Tallinn were abolished in 2013.

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Are you a defensive driver?

Traffic reporter Ines Rosales takes a closer look at what it means to be a defensive driver.

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Escort Passport 9500ix Radar / Laser Detector

Almost all companies that manufacturer radar detectors claim that their products are one of the best, if not the best in the market. They often describe their radar detectors as the most technologically advanced in the market, and this is fair game because they're allowed to do that. Most of the…

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Opposition to New Orleans streetcar expansion

The plans to even study the possible RTA expansion in New Orleans have faced opposition. The company that runs the streetcar line is planning on expanding New Orleans' streetcar line. According to news reports, some people believe that the Regional Transit Authority needs to find a better way to…

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Investigation of New Jersey moving trains’ doors flying open.

For those who haven’t had the pleasure of riding NJ Transit, now may not be the best time to give it a shot. After numerous reports about doors opening while the trains were running, NJ Transit spokeswoman Nancy Snyder has confirmed 11 separate incidents between New Year Day and February 7.…

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JTA See and Say for smartphones

The JTA See and Say is an application developed by Elerts Corporation that enables riders to safely report any security concerns to the police. Users of the mobile application can send photos, text, six-second videos, and the location of any suspicious person or activity. According to developers,…

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More than 150000 traffic deaths occur yearly in India

India has been named as having the highest number of traffic deaths in the world. Most of the accidents are due to the congestion on the roads by motorists as well as hawkers on pavements, hand-driven carts, pedestrians, bicycles, bullock drays, and rickshaws. Why so many traffic deaths In addition…

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The Trans-Continental Railway – Where and When

What is a transcontinental railway? A Transcontinental railway is a contiguous railway network that goes all the way across a continent, and has terminals at different continental borders and oceans. Where and when? The very first transcontinental railway was previously known as “Pacific…

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What information can you find on 660 News Traffic?

660 News Traffic is an all-news radio from Calgary that provides a range of live traffic news updates. The traffic news comes from a variety of sources including the traffic cams around Calgary, various direct calls to the station, and their free-to-dial *660 or #660 on the Rogers network. These…

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When warned about severe road conditions, why do people still drive?

Severe road conditions are extreme situations that occur usually through the act of nature that render all driving dangerous. The weather conditions termed as severe includes a combination of fog, ice, snow, poor visibility, blowing and drifting snow. In such circumstances, motorists are usually…

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Are there Apps for Traffic Updates and Warnings?

We all would like to avoid being stuck in traffic. Thanks to technology, several apps are now available to help you get around by providing you with information on your preferred routes and help you avoid traffic by showing you alternative routes. Here are four apps that work for this purpose. Beat…

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Union Station Go Transit shuts down platforms in August

Union Station has started what they are calling their Revitalization Project. This prompted Go Transit to shut down platforms 11 and 13 on August 10. Go Transit website had clearly listed the changes that were taking place. Commuters were also asked to keep an eye out for the new platforms during…

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Three easy-to-use transit trip planners

Personal preferences take precedence over which apps people choose to use and love. Likewise with transit trip planners; some are extremely detailed, others are simple, some are very easy and others are more complicated. The more you use an app, the more familiar it becomes, and the easier you will…

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What are the Means of Transport

We all know that travelling is a basic necessity of life. Although different people travel for different reasons. There are certain modes of Transport which a person can use to travel. Air, Land and Water are the three most important means by which travelling can be done. Travelling by Air includes…

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Iris, assessed: Never out of design

The penultimate film of documentarian Albert Maysles — he likewise shot In Transit on board a Chicago-to-Seattle prepare before passing ceaselessly in March at 88 years old — does not include his most renowned subject; a couple of outside the New York design scene will know the name Iris…

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TRAFFIC RULES AND SIGNALS

Toward the starting when the quantity of vehicle was low on the streets of our nation, there were no genuine requirements for movement guidelines and regulations. Anyhow, as and when large-scale manufacturing of vehicles started and the streets overwhelmed with distinctive kind and class of vehicles…

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The GOP has sat tight two years of data on IRS correspondence with Dem congress persons

Washington Republicans said for the current week that their solicitations to the IRS for correspondences between the office and congressional Democrats stay unfulfilled following two years, bringing up issues about whether the Obama organization is attempting to withhold data for a third-straight…

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The safest airlines in 2015

Airplanes are the best way of transportation. In just a couple of hours, we can travel to the other side of the planet. Although, in general, more people die in car accidents than in plane crashes, many people are afraid of flying. Because of this you should know which airlines are the safest for…

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Metro Bus

The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (regularly alluded to as METRO) has been a significant open transportation organization situated in Houston (Texas, USA). Clients load up Metro travel, transport a normal of 225,000 times every weekday. It takes the Twin Cities to work, to class,…

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Modes of transport

Air transport is the second speediest strategy for transport, after space travel. Business planes attain to rates of up to 955 kilometers consistently (593 mph) and a broadly higher ground speed if there is a aeroplane stream tailwind, during chamber controlled general flight plane may reach up to…

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Thinking about visiting Tokyo? In Tokyo, Luxury Travel Soars to New Heights

The Mandarin Oriental, one of Tokyo’s top luxury hotels, just launched a new package combining two of Japan’s most desirable tourist attractions. Because it is so unique, flawless, and saves so much time, the “Helicopter Flycation” may be of great interest to visitors. The…

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NEED A RIDE? THIS NEW SERVICE WILL PROJECT REAL-TIME SCHEDULES

In 2012, the company Transit Screen launched a new service that makes choosing a method of public transportation much easier. The company’s digital signage aggregates real-time information for any mode of public transit in a city—subways, commuter trains, buses, bike share, ride…

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Transition in Vietnam

Vietnam is making a success in transition from very poor country to the middle income country and from centrally planned economy to a market economy. In the last 20 years, they make a wonderful progress. On the other side, the transition which should make Vietnam industrialized and modern country by…

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Transition in Russia

As you know, today Russia is a Federal Republic with a constitution that was passed in 1993. The president of the country is Vladimir Putin. Russia’s people elect their president every 6 years. It wasn’t always like this! Russia had to make many changes during the history so it moves…

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Transit Info of Stuart

Stuart is the biggest of four incorporated districts in Martin County, Florida, on Florida's Treasure Coast and is the region seat. The populace was 15,593 at the 2010 census. It is a piece of the Port St. Lucie, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. Stuart is placed at27°11€32€N…

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New York train wreck cost $3.7M in damages

The deadly collision between a commuter train and an SUV in Westchester County caused $3.7 million in damage to the Metro-North Railroad, federal investigators said in a preliminary report released Monday which contained new details but came short of putting down to rest major questions about the…

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China in transition

Just a few decades ago, China was an almost unknown country. Nobody has mentioned it, and nobody wanted to live there. The only famous thing about China was Chinese wall! Today, things are very different. China is a strong and powerful country. Thousands of companies move their production in China,…

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Transition on the Balkan

There are good countries, there are bad and there are some countries who are trying to improve its economy and life standard. Many countries are in transition right now, it would be impossible to write about all of them. Just one of them is Serbia, a small country on the Balkan. It is a very…

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Avail excellent Car Rental Services at JFK Airport for a Smooth Transfer

The John F Kennedy Airport in Chicago is one of the largest international airports in the world and is often the connecting point for visitors from abroad to other parts of the country of America. There are excellent car rental services on offer at the airport which can be used by interested…

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Balance of cargo stolen in the last 3 moths

The numbers are in and they are not looking good for cargo carriers who have lost $18 million worth of cargo. CargoNet – trail monitoring and security service - is in charge of these numbers and they have reported that from October to December 2014 the value of all cargo stolen all over the…

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MiTek USA has launched its Project Explorer app

MiTek USA announced the release of Project Explorer app, which will be able to search for and plan outdoor projects. The app, available for free download since May 17 (date of MiTek's press release) in the Apple App store, was built in conjunction with the leader of Ornamental Wood Ties (OWT).…

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What You Need to Know About Month-to-Month Rentals

A month-to-month rental agreement is the best way to enjoy the benefits of renting without having to commit yourself to a lease that can last for at least two to three years. Though easily the more convenient option, month-to-month rentals are not for everyone. Flexibility This goes both ways. For…

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SXSW 2018: House made of 3D printed materials

A house made of 3D printed materials was unveiled here in Austin.

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New York’s real estate hits 6-year low

Not only has New York's real estate hit a 6-year-low in the fourth quarter but when the new tax rules take effect, it is very likely to drop even lower. A report from Douglas Elliman Real Estate and Miller Samuel, the total sales volume dropped 12% compared with the fourth quarter last year.…

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$45 million Malibu home: Dr. Chen willing to accept part payment in Bitcoin

Dr. Wei Tzuoh Chen, owner of a 9,000-square-foot beachfront estate is putting it on the market for $45 million. But putting a property on the market is not something that makes headlines. The interesting part of this news is that Dr. Chen is willing to accept partial payment in bitcoin for the…

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What 4 Household Items should be Included in the Listing of your Home

Listing your home can be a formidable task especially if it is your first time and you are unsure about the various processes and paperwork that has to be done. Luckily, there are realtors who can guide you through the entire process and ensure that your home fetches the best price in the market.…

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