Remembrance Day 2022 is Monday, May 30. It is an American holiday dedicated to honoring the men and women who have died serving in the United States military, and it is always celebrated on the last Monday in May. Traditions typically include participating in parades and family barbecues. Originally knownRead More →

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – A group of employees from PennDOT and other state departments received the Governor’s Achievement Awards for the Development of Find My Ride (FMR) Applyan online tool that allows residents of most of Pennsylvania to apply for transportation assistance programs. FMR Apply was developed through a collaboration withRead More →

Our site is entering the ninth week of our Q&A feature in which SaultOnline poses a community question to the Mayor and Councillors. In addition, the list of sponsors now includes anyone who has announced their intention to run in the fall municipal elections. As always, the question is askedRead More →

The Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA) and its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Benonita Bismarck, were honored at the inaugural Responsible Business and Leadership Excellence Awards (RBLEA) ceremony in Accra. The authority was named ‘Responsible Government Regulator of the Year 2021’ while CEO Ms Bismarck was honored for her outstanding contribution toRead More →

PHILIPPINE STAR/EDD GUMBAN Delayed tariff adjustments prompt international court claim THE government has maintained its silence on the filing by the private operator of Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) of a request for arbitration with the International Chamber of Commerce for the company’s disputes with the Department of TransportRead More →

As COVID-19 transmission increases heading into summer, mask mandates remain patchy across the Sacramento area, though some resources remain in place for testing and vaccination regardless of health status. insurance or citizenship. When a judge in Florida rescinded federal government guidelines mandating masks on public transport on April 18, heRead More →

RAPID CITY, SD — Although the new transit plan released by Rapid City transit officials is not a plan of action, it will guide them on what to do once funding and resources are available. essentials will be available. According to long-term planner Kelly Brennan, the main goals were toRead More →

Open the audio article player By Staff | on April 17, 2022 Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. On the recommendation of the CDC, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will extend the safety guidelines and emergency amendment requiring mask wearing on public transportation and transportation hubsRead More →

This meeting will take place on Thursday, March 31 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the H. Lee Dennison Building in Hauppauge. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that the county will host a public information meeting as part of the next round of updates and feedback on theRead More →

End of restrictions on international travel to facilitate the transit of buyers at the IHGF-Delhi show New Delhi, March 25 (KNN) The Indian government’s decision to lift restrictions on international travel from March 27 is expected to ease the transit of buyers at the Indian Handicrafts and Gifts Fair (IHGF-Delhi).Read More →

Researchers at McMaster University are soliciting input from older immigrants in Hamilton with the goal of improving transportation services and removing barriers that prevent them from using public transit. The study hopes to receive input from anyone 55 and older living in Hamilton who has immigrated to Canada in theRead More →

03/22/2022 Cortland Transit is seeking feedback from the campus community on the look and name of its transit system that serves SUNY Cortland and surrounding areas. A brief six-question survey can be completed in line. Responses are anonymous. In February, Cortland Transit created a new route that makes stops onRead More →

Itineraries will have slight adjustments to arrival times from Monday Some changes are being made starting Monday to four Iowa City Transit bus lines. (Justin Wan/The Gazette) IOWA CITY — Four Iowa City Transit routes have minor changes to arrival times starting Monday. The changes will include one to fourRead More →

Some observers at tonight’s school board meeting changed their names to various statements against mask mandates. Freeyourface, No Mask4Me, SayNO 2FaceDiapers and Smiling Faces over Masks are just some of the statements. Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board staff and administrators could see the names, the same way they could read signsRead More →

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – Metro Ride and the Wausau Area Metropolitan Planning Organization are seeking input on the future of public transit in the Wausau metropolitan area. The survey is part of a five-year transit plan to develop transportation strategies in the region. “It is very important to have theRead More →

DePaul students raised concerns about campus safety at the Student Government Association’s first public safety town hall meeting in more than a year. Questions had to be submitted before the event via the Google Form. Public figures including Ald. Michele Smith and representatives from CTA and CPD addressed student concernsRead More →

In recent years, shared electric scooters (e-scooters) have taken cities around the world by storm. But how do people use this new mode of transport? Seeking to understand the potential impacts of e-scooters on land use, infrastructure and sustainability goals, researchers have some exciting new data to share about e-scooterRead More →

NORWALK — The Norwalk Transit District will schedule additional trips on the WHEELS Route 11 bus line to replace the Norwalk Commuter Shuttle that previously provided service to Norwalk Community College students and staff, officials said. Norwalk Transit District CEO Kimberlee Morton presented a new proposal to the community collegeRead More →

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 →

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 →

Photo provided A new program in Monroe County will help connect residents to transportation resources such as Monroe County Public Transportation. Buckeye Hills Regional Council’s mobility manager will open an office inside the former Safe Auto building in Woodsfield in March. WOODSFIELD — Buckeye Hills Area Council officials are workingRead More →

The investigation found 339 advertisements and publications offering at least 5,547 kg of sea cucumber and fish maw on 33 online sites. The volume of goods could be “several times higher” than it recorded, according to the report, as some online sites claimed they could supply large quantities of seafoodRead More →

Capital Area Transit and rabbittransit cut service due to employee shortage Updated: 3:26 PM EST January 26, 2022 Two transit companies in the Susquehanna Valley have announced service cuts due to staffing shortages. Rabbittransit’s fixed-route service reductions in Adams and York counties will begin Feb. 6. Capital Area Transit (CAT)Read More →

The Scottish Government has published its master plan for future transport investment, which highlights projects such as a public transport system for Aberdeen The second Review of strategic transport projects (STPR2) makes 45 recommendations under six key themes that aim to make transport in Scotland more sustainable. Recommendations include- PublicRead More →

FILE – MARTA CEO Jeffrey Parker speaks during a press conference at the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. offices in downtown Atlanta, Friday, May 21, 2021. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority said Parker had passed away. The agency said Parker took his own life on Friday, January 14, 2022, but providedRead More →

The novel coronavirus pandemic, Midway Mall and community violence were on the discussion table on January 8 as part of a 22nd annual Speak-Up and Speak-Out program. The annual forum invites leaders from local communities and social service agencies to answer questions from the people they serve. Sponsors included LorainRead More →