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Judge shuts down union's attempt to save STC

The Saskatchewan Transportation Company’s buses will carry its last passengers next week after a judge rejected the union’s efforts to scuttle the government’s planned shutdown of the 71-year-old Crown agency. 701 more words

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um mitternacht (der letzte bus)

um mitternacht

um mitternacht
der letzte bus
die straße strömt
ein dunkler fluß

die häuser schlafen
wand an wand
die bäume ruhn
im brautgewand

um mitternacht… 96 more words

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Ashok Leyland showcases indigenously developed Intelligent Exhaust Gas Recirculation (iEGR) technology for BS4 engines

  • iEGR technology will bring significant cost efficiencies vis-à-vis competition
  • The only domestic OEM to use iEGR technology above 130HP 

11th May, 2017, Bengaluru: Ashok Leyland, flagship of the Hinduja Group, and the 2nd largest commercial vehicle (CV) manufacturer in India, today showcased its range of future ready products, based on Intelligent Exhaust Gas Recirculation (iEGR) technology, and innovative industry-leading services at its Zonal Conference 2017 in Bengaluru. 743 more words

Bank Junction Goes Buses And Cyclists Only

On Monday, the 22nd of June 2017, the City of London brought in an order making the busy Bank Junction buses and cyclists only between seven in the morning and seven in the evening from Monday to Friday. 501 more words


Jesse Helms Is Alive and Well and Gerrymandering in North Carolina

Oh, I’m glad I’m not in the land of cotton. Old times there will never be forgotten.

I haven’t been back to Dixie since the late 1990s but I spent more time than I wanted down South for a couple of decades, mostly on visits for my consulting business but also living in Charlotte, NC for one hot, humid and tedious eight-month stretch. 725 more words


Today in Transportation History - 2002: A New Bus Terminal Opens in Singapore

A new and trend-setting type of terminal for bus passengers was formally opened in Toa Payoh, a longtime planned community in Singapore’s central region. Toa Payoh Bus Interchange became the permanent replacement for another facility for bus passengers that had been opened in the vicinity in 1983 and demolished in 1999. 224 more words


Bus Doors

The doors of these aged, abandoned buses in a transit graveyard north of Toronto caught my eye this week. For Norm’s Thursday Doors. 10 more words