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Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Votes to Spend Billions for Upgrading Airports and Building New Bus Terminal

Port Authority of  New York and New Jersey Votes to Spend Billions for Upgrading

On Thursday, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey moved ahead to support several major projects. It includes spending millions of dollars to renovate two area airports building a new central bus terminal in Midtown Manhattan.

Thursday's meeting was not so smooth sailing bout the votes came in for transforming the La Guardia Airport and revamping the Newark Liberty International Airport.

Denver International Airport Train Malfunctions; Passages Onboard Experience Unexpected Jolts

Denver International Airport Train Malfunctions; Passages Onboard Experience Unexpected JoltsOn Saturday a concourse train at Denver International Airport (DIA) malfunctioned and injured several pa

Pilot of Lufthansa Passenger Jet reports Close Encounter with Drone Near Los Angeles International Airport

Pilot of Lufthansa Passenger Jet reports Close Encounter with Drone Near Los Ang

Close quarter encounters with drones have been reported several times by commercial aircraft pilots and in the most recent incident of that kind a Lufthansa passenger jumbo jet pilot reported a nearly collision with an unmanned aircraft on Friday. According to the Federal Aviation Administration the incident happened when the aircraft was approaching its landing at Los Angeles International Airport at about 1:30 p. m.

Strike by Rail Workers Averted as N.J. Transit Reaches Tentative Agreement with Workers

Strike by Rail Workers Averted as N.J. Transit Reaches Tentative Agreement with

On Friday night, New Jersey Transit, the state owned public transportation agency said it has reached a tentative agreement with its rail workers which will help in avoiding a strike scheduled to begin from Sunday. According to the officials, a strike by the rail workers could affect commuting into New York City and paralyze he system.

Slovakia Takes a Step to Build Hyperloop Transportation System

Slovakia Takes a Step to Build Hyperloop Transportation System

If you thought bullet trains were the coolest way of transportation on land, hold your breath; Slovakia is planning to include a hyperloop system that will transport people at speeds 700 miles or more in an hour.

On Thursday, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies announced that it has inked an agreement with the Slovak Republic government to "explore" building a hyperloop system connecting Bratislava with Vienna, Austria and Budapest, Hungary.

A Truck Crush Closes a Section of the Metro Gold Line Extension

A Truck Crush Closes a Section of the Metro Gold Line Extension

Just one day back amidst much excitement the inauguration ceremony for the new Metro Gold Line expansion was held at the Duarte/City of Hope station. But a crash resulted in a closure just less than one mile away from the location of the inaugural ceremony.

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