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Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Collaborates With Munich Re To Insure Technology

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Collaborates With Munich Re To Insure Technology

🕔14:48, 19.Oct 2017

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) and leading global insurer Munich Re have carried out a comprehensive risk analysis of HTT’s Hyperloop technology and declared it feasible and insurable. The analysis constitutes a milestone for the future success of HTT and its

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Chao might be key to infrastructure work

Chao might be key to infrastructure work Updated

🕔08:00, 31.Jan 2017

Elaine Chao could be President Trump’s secret weapon to help pass a massive infrastructure bill. Her political and personal ties to Capitol Hill were on full display during her confirmation hearing to be Transportation secretary earlier this month, when senators

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P3s will be key to Trump’s infrastructure plan

P3s will be key to Trump’s infrastructure plan Updated

🕔08:02, 30.Jan 2017

President Donald Trump will unleash the potential of private investments and use innovative financing tools to rebuild the nation’s transportation networks, Transportation Secretary-designate Elaine Chao told lawmakers at her Senate confirmation hearing earlier this month. “As we work together to

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$2.5M in ads spent for Illinois transportation amendment

$2.5M in ads spent for Illinois transportation amendment

🕔12:01, 14.Oct 2016

An Illinois group that wants to prevent transportation funds from being diverted elsewhere has spent about $2.5 million in television advertising to persuade voters to approve their idea. Figures released Thursday by the Center for Public Integrity show that Citizens to

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U-M cancels plans for new transportation operations center amid neighborhood pressure

U-M cancels plans for new transportation operations center amid neighborhood pressure

🕔16:28, 27.May 2016

The University of Michigan has decided not to move forward with plans to build a new $38.5 million transportation operations and maintenance center on its North Campus. The current project, which was put on hold in March by U-M after increased

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Car industry frustrated by Commission ‘disorganisation’ on driverless vehicles

Car industry frustrated by Commission ‘disorganisation’ on driverless vehicles

🕔10:59, 19.May 2016

Car industry lobbyists are complaining that in-house divisions at the European Commission are delaying technologies like driverless cars from getting onto European streets. “We see too many cooks in the kitchen,” Erik Jonnaert, secretary general of the European car industry lobby

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New York: Wi-Fi and Charging Ports Features of New MTA Bus Fleet

New York: Wi-Fi and Charging Ports Features of New MTA Bus Fleet

🕔10:47, 19.May 2016

Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced the arrival of the first of 75 new buses that are being deployed into service this year as part of a concentrated effort to address overcrowding and modernize the MTA. In March, Cuomo announced the

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Austin Texas City Leaders Propose $50 Million Transportation Grant

Austin Texas City Leaders Propose $50 Million Transportation Grant

🕔10:35, 19.May 2016

There’s nothing like a deadline where $50 million dollars is at stake. Austin is looking at just that. Tuesday, Mayor Steve Adler, members of city council and other local leaders hosted a conversation with U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to make a

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Senate Kills GPS OCX Funding Due to Cost Overruns

Senate Kills GPS OCX Funding Due to Cost Overruns

🕔14:00, 18.May 2016

The Senate Armed Services Committee zeroed out the Pentagon’s $393 funding request for the new GPS ground control system during its May 11 markup, asserting that the program’s cost overruns — with a total cost that may reach $5.3 billion,

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Washington State Transportation Commission awards contract to D’Artagnan to prepare a Road Usage Charge demonstration implementation plan

Washington State Transportation Commission awards contract to D’Artagnan to prepare a Road Usage Charge demonstration implementation plan

🕔10:16, 6.May 2016

— D’Artagnan Consulting has been awarded a contract with the Washington State Transportation Commission (WSTC) to prepare a detailed statewide Road Usage Charge (RUC) demonstration implementation plan in preparation for a project slated to start in 2017. D’Artagnan is working

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