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Long Beach resident Jeff Davis has worked for years as a certified safety instructor and industrial safety manager for service providers to the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles, California. 162 more words

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Sen. Durbin To Seek Probe Of Air Center Sabotage

CHICAGO — U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin said Sunday that he will seek an investigation into how a contract employee was able to sabotage a regional control center and bring Chicago’s two international airports to a halt. 541 more words

Politics

U.S. Department of Transportation Awards Detroit $25.9 Million Grant to Purchase 50 New Buses

DETROIT- arrived in Detroit today to bring good news to Mayor Mike Duggan and 90,000 daily riders of the Detroit Department of Transportation system.

Joining Mayor Duggan at an event at Cass Technical High School today, Secretary Foxx announced that the U.S. 497 more words

Detroit

U.S. Department of Transportation Awards Detroit $25.9 Million Grant to Purchase 50 New Buses

DETROIT- arrived in Detroit today to bring good news to Mayor Mike Duggan and 90,000 daily riders of the Detroit Department of Transportation system.

Joining Mayor Duggan at an event at Cass Technical High School today, Secretary Foxx announced that the U.S. 497 more words

Detroit Now

MDN: Tunica Gets Larger Federal Grant for City Airport

“The U.S. Department of Transportation is giving the Tunica Municipal Airport an additional $1.1 million to help pay for a new hangar.” (MDN)

Quality Of Life

Metro Receives $22 Million Grant To Upgrade 2 LA Public Transit Stations

WILLOWBROOK (CBSLA.com) — U.S. Department of Transportation officials announced on Saturday that a $22 million grant was awarded to upgrade public transit at a pair of Metro light rail stations in Los Angeles. 282 more words

News

Metro awarded $22 million in two federal TIGER grants to improve station access

Two projects to improve access to Metro Rail stations were awarded “TIGER grant” funding this week from the U.S. Department of Transportation:

•The Eastside Access Improvement Project will receive $11.8 million to help create a network of sidewalks and bike lanes for pedestrians and bicyclists to access the Regional Connector 1st/Central Station in Little Tokyo. 287 more words

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