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Category: Multi-Modal Transportation :: Rail
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DC transit train smashes into another, 6 killed 23.6.2009 Denver Post: National News Headlines
One Washington, D.C., Metro transit train smashed into the rear of another at the height of the capital city's Monday evening rush hour, killing at least six people and injuring scores of others as the front end of the trailing train jackknifed violently into the air and fell atop the first.
Four dead, scores hurt in D.C. train collision 23.6.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Washington » One Metro transit train smashed into the rear of another at the height of Washington's Monday evening rush hour, killing at least four people and injuring scores of others as cars of the trailing train jackknifed into the air and fell atop the first.
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Bus driver cited in crash with Metro light rail train 20.6.2009 azcentral.com | news
Phoenix police say the driver failed to obey a traffic signal before steering the bus into the train's path.
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Scottsdale may pull out of light-rail group 13.6.2009 azcentral.com | news
Will Scottsdale keep riding as a member of the Metro Light Rail board of directors, or will the city get off at the next stop? The Scottsdale City Council will consider that question at a meeting next week.
Review: "The Taking of Pelham 123" 12.6.2009 Denver Post: Entertainment
Denzel Washington is no Walter Matthau. John Travolta is no Robert Shaw. And the remake of "The Taking of Pelham 123" is all the better for these so-obvious facts.
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Light rail still on track for Utah Co. 11.6.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Provo » It may not look like it to the casual observer, but FrontRunner is on track to arrive in 2012 in Provo. Utah County Commission Chairman Larry Ellertson said June 8 that the county's portion of the Utah Transit Authority's commuter-rail system is 25 percent complete, and work is
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Council to award Sky Train contract 10.6.2009 azcentral.com | news
The Phoenix City Council today is expected to award a Canadian firm $260 million to help build Sky Harbor International Airport's driverless train system, with the possibility of millions more to come.
Walkout shuts down London subway 10.6.2009 Denver Post: National News Headlines
London's sprawling subway network started to shut down Tuesday evening as union workers walked off the job in a dispute over pay.
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Council to mull future of reversible traffic lanes 9.6.2009 azcentral.com | news
The Phoenix City Council today will consider maintaining, removing or altering the reversible traffic lanes along Seventh Street and Seventh Avenue.
Construction starts on NJ-NY rail tunnel 9.6.2009 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Construction began Monday on the nation's largest transportation project, an $8.7 billion rail tunnel into New York City that's expected to reduce the time it takes commuters to reach Manhattan from New Jersey by several minutes.
Colorado transit project might need to seek voter approval of public-private financing 9.6.2009 Denver Post: Local
RTD is exploring whether $1 billion in FasTracks financing from a public-private partnership, if it is raised, could be affected by the state's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. ...
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RTD delays funding partnerships, questions TABOR impact 6.6.2009 Denver Post: Local
After announcing a delay in forming a key public-private partnership to help fund construction of its FasTracks rail expansion, RTD is now exploring whether $1 billion in PPP financing could be impacted by the state's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. ...
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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