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Record numbers on Derry railway line this summer despite ‘continual disruption’

Belfast Telegraph 28 Sep 2022
It’s therefore time for Translink and Stormont to address the clear east-west discrimination in services that exists on the railway line between Derry and Belfast, which is clearly suppressing the true demand for rail from our city. “And it is also now time to move the ...
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Keeping trains apart is crucial to safety

Economist 28 Sep 2022
For a 200-metre section, Dr Lauer calculates, there is about one chance in a trillion that it is duplicated anywhere on the 2.3bn kilometres of track currently laid around the world.\nTo get the system working on a particular route, a test train rides it a few times to map out the fluctuations in the rails.
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Rail passengers urged only to travel if necessary on strike days

AOL 28 Sep 2022
Rail passengers are being urged only to travel if necessary on Saturday because of a strike by workers in the long-running dispute over pay, jobs and conditions ... A reduced timetable has been published, showing that just 11% of rail services will run, with some areas having no trains ... Andrew Haines, Network Rail chief executive, said.
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New Fern Hollow Bridge on track to reopen this year

WPXI 28 Sep 2022
We have our fingers crossed, but that depends on getting these materials on time, weather — all those things have to go in our favor.” ... Work was slated to begin on Wednesday, but the weather forecast has pushed the start time to Friday at 5 a.m ... The bridge’s railings could potentially hold up the reopening, she said.
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Larsen & Toubro subsidiary inks pact to transfer 15 acres of land to Brookfield

The Times of India 28 Sep 2022
Infrastructure major Larsen & Toubro’s subsidiary L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) has entered into a pact with Brookfield Group to transfer around 15 acres of land parcel in the Hyderabad Information Technology and Engineering Consultancy City (HITEC City) to the global institutional investor, said two people with direct knowledge of the development.
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Alex Hammond tips: Weekend blog ahead of Arc de Triomphe

Sporting Life 28 Sep 2022
However, was there going to be another late hurdle to stumble over this time round? National rail strikes on the day of travel threatened to scupper our plans once again and it was only Tuesday this week that we received confirmation that ...
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Canada to Remove All COVID-19 Border Restrictions Oct. 1

The Herald Palladium 28 Sep 2022
TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- All COVID-19 travel restrictions in Canada will be gone starting on Oct. 1, health officials announced Tuesday ... These restrictions had remained for rail and air travelers, even as others fell. × This page requires Javascript. Javascript is required for you to be able to read premium content ... .
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Three years ago he was in prison. Now he’s poised to be Brazil’s next president

Stars and Stripes 28 Sep 2022
But virtually everybody agrees that if Lula wins, he’ll have a hard time replicating his previous success because the political and economic ground has shifted so dramatically ... But when Lula started speaking, railing against classism, racism and Bolsonaro, to many it was as if time had stopped ... It was a heady time for leftists in Latin America.
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Three years ago he was in prison. Now he's poised to be Brazil's next president

Hastings Tribune 28 Sep 2022
But virtually everybody agrees that if Lula wins, he'll have a hard time replicating his previous success because the political and economic ground has shifted so dramatically ... But when Lula started speaking, railing against classism, racism and Bolsonaro, to many it was as if time had stopped ... It was a heady time for leftists in Latin America.
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Singapore and the lessons learned from the pandemic

Splash24/7 28 Sep 2022
September 2022 seems a very far cry from the summer of 2020, a period of time where seafarers were rightly railing against the flip-flapping inaction of many maritime administrations around the world as the crew change crisis became acute. It might seem a long time ago now, but ...
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A history of the 'Old Brick Church'

The Post and Courier 28 Sep 2022
The Parish Church was used as a Preaching Station from time to time, and use by deacons, lay-readers, and through use of the Parish’s old wooden Chapel-at-Ease west of Pineville ... Stephen, as Chairman of the $10,000 restoration project, along with the ever-faithful communicants who numbered twenty at the time.
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Baldwin offers bill aimed at cutting down on freight rail disruptions

The Hill 27 Sep 2022
Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) on Tuesday introduced a bill aimed at reducing rail disruptions that have damaged the U.S ... The Reliable Rail Service Act would clarify common carrier rules — which require railroads to provide service upon reasonable request — that shippers say are poorly defined and rarely enforced.  .
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Ed Perkins on Travel: Traveling in Europe, Part I: Mostly same old, same old

Elko Daily Free Press 27 Sep 2022
After traveling a bit in Germany and Switzerland and a very little bit, so far, in Britain, it seems like life here is “Covid? What Covid?” The only time I was told to wear a mask was when on German rail trips, and there the folks wanted everyone to wear one of those ...
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Roambee Recognized in '2022 Gartner® Tracking and Monitoring Business Process Context: Magic Quadrant™ for Real-Time ...

Longview News-Journal 27 Sep 2022
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The problem with nationalising energy

The Spectator 27 Sep 2022
What they care about rather more, surely, is whether their trains arrive on time and whether their lights stay on ... All known forms of energy storage – whether it be battery, pumped storage, hydrogen or any else – are extremely expensive, costing several times as much as generating the energy in the first place.

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