NEW DELHI: Ukraine announced on Sunday it would hold talks with Russia on its border with Belarus, near the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, after a phone call between President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko . A statement from Zelenskyy said a delegation will meet with Russia for talks, withoutRead More →

Details By Jenna Kunze February 24, 2022 The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration this week announced $8.75 million in competitive grant funding for rural tribal communities for improved public transport services. Funding comes from President Biden Bipartisan Infrastructure Actsigned into law in November 2021, which includes a totalRead More →

Content of the article Wallaceburg residents can voice their opinions on a new transit service that will operate within the community. Content of the article The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has launched a survey of www.letstalkchatham-kent.ca on the future urban transport service. A press release indicates that this public transport serviceRead More →

Sarah Taylor, middle, with her son Theo and husband Sebastian, is a member of the Accessibility Advisory Committee which helps develop strategies for a barrier-free Clarington for people with disabilities. Over the past two years, government has taken on an important role in how we work, shop and enjoy life.Read More →

Earlier this week, Austin, Texas-based Oracle, a provider of cloud applications and cloud platform services, introduced new features for its Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain & Manufacturing (SCM) offering, which connects shipper supply networks with an integrated suite of cloud-based business applications. Oracle officials said the updates affect subsets ofRead More →

By Mike Weilbacher Where Manayunk’s main street meets Roxborough’s Ridge Avenue is one of the most convoluted intersections in the entire city. Besides the Y-shaped meeting place of these two main roads, too many cars drive too fast to get to Lincoln Drive, Kelly Drive and City Avenue. It’s aRead More →

Five Westchester and Hudson Valley organizations have joined to push the New York State Legislature to pass bills that could help create more housing in many communities. The organizations are: the Building and Realty Institute of Westchester (BRI) and Mid-Hudson Region; the Westchester and Hudson Valley Building Industry Council; theRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Local News Transit riders at the Chinook CTrain station bus loop were photographed Sunday, January 16, 2022. Calgary Transit is adjusting some routes starting Monday. Photo by Gavin Young /Postmedia Content of the article Calgary Transit will adjust several routes starting Monday as part of a quarterly systemRead More →

The Runway Artists London office team:(left to right) Dotun Bolaji, Heather Mosselson, Matt Hanner, (in front) Steve Backman, Amy Greig. Not pictured: Glasgow-based Craig Wylie. Independent booking agency Runway Artists has expanded its team with four new hires and launched a new live showcase event for the music industry, calledRead More →

Construction of the Maryland Purple Line is scheduled to resume after the Maryland Public Works Board approved $3.4 billion for the construction of the 16-mile rail line, which is intended to carry passengers between Montgomery and Prince George counties. The construction hit a snag five years ago due to aRead More →