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There's a short piece of Bay Area freeway, Interstate 380, named for Quentin Kopp, which is ironic considering that he's beaten the drum for public transit — specifically bullet trains — for years. But then again, he's always been a...
SHANGHAI — Gov. Jerry Brown's trade mission to China this week is intersecting with one of the most controversial issues of his governorship: California's $68-billion bullet train. The governor has staked part of his legacy on the rail network,...
A century and some change ago, more than a quarter of a million Chinese lived in California, most of them men and many of them veterans of the Gold Rush, and of the mining and railroad boom that followed. They were barred from owning property and from...
Tags: Employees, China, Immigration, Transportation, Beijing (China)
Here is our weekly salute to the people, places and organizations that make Northern Michigan a special place to live. Fruit recycling Petoskey High School students have come up with some impressive programs in preparation for their participation in this...
Daily American Staff Writer @PeteBosakWINDBER — The good news: Windber is going to have a dramatically improved 21st Street, bone-jarring railroad crossings soon will be removed and new traffic signals will be installed on Route 160. The bad news? Get ready for a summer of detours...
Tags: Traffic, Transportation, Travel
firstname.lastname@example.orgA bill that would provide support for the operation of MARC commuter train service in the Eastern Panhandle passed Saturday by a 98-1 vote in the House of Delegates on the last day of the West Virginia Legislature’s 60-day session. The state Senate...
The top candidate to build the first 29 miles of California's bullet train in the Central Valley bid just under $1 billion, below the state estimate of the cost, project officials announced Friday. The California High-Speed Rail Authority said Tutor...
The top candidate to build the first 29 miles of California's bullet train in the Central Valley bid just under $1 billion, below the state's estimates of the cost, high-speed rail officials announced Friday. The California High Speed Rail Authority...
Daily American Staff Writer @PeteBosakThe much-anticipated removal of two deteriorated railroad crossings in Windber Borough has been delayed by at least a week. Allegheny Southern Railway plans to remove two railroad crossings; one on 21st Street near McDonald's and another on Graham Avenue...
Tags: Transportation, Travel
email@example.comThe House Finance Committee on Wednesday made significant changes to a bill that would support the operation of MARC commuter train service in the Eastern Panhandle, but the legislation’s lead sponsor said it still is “a great bill.”...
The historic Minneapolis-St. Louis railroad depot at 1108 S. Main St. has a new owner, but at this point there are no plans to restore the building to its original condition. Doug Braa, owner of Aberdeen Asphalt, bought the building and surrounding...
As Gov. Jerry Brown seeks to build California's own high-speed rail system, he's pointed to the example set by China, where 5,000 miles of track have been laid in recent years. During his visit there this week, he will ride one of those bullet trains from...
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