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Hingham, MA, day nineteen, part I

1807 hours on Friday, 03/23/2018.  By this time on Friday evening I’m usually finishing my first Martini as I cook dinner, and well into “The entire world can kiss my a**” mode, but I got a call at 1730 that the User Acceptance Testing (UAT) site was down, and a question from my technical team leader as to whether or not it mattered, as she “wasn’t sure anyone was planning on working in UAT this weekend”. 565 more words


The Reliability Of The Electric Transmission Infrastructure In The 21St Century TXT

Docket Number Description ; A.-XXX: Application of San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U 902 E) for Approval of Its 2019 Electric Sales Forecast Join Leading Policymakers and Utility Executives to Explore How to Profit in an Uncertain Market. 615 more words

Give your views on the London Pipeline project at Chobham & Frimley events

Perhaps you too received a leaflet, by post, on the Esso London Pipeline Corridor Consultation.

Below is the centre page of the leaflet, and on the other page is a  81 more words

Environment & Nature

UP3 #1: Sara Catherine Jenks

UP3 is a new “Interview-Lite” piece in which we will ask urbanists three questions about how they see their city. Our goal is to bring you a little closer to the people who make our cities better places every day. 470 more words

Big Data Potholes

They’re having a big pothole problem in Indianapolis this spring.   They have a big pothole problem every spring, but this year is particularly bad…maybe the worst ever.  445 more words


Mystery objects signal improvement on CV line!

Physical evidence of improvement, new lineside objects appear by the Calder Valley railway. No real mystery, this example at Hebden Bridge is one of numerous new signals due to be commissioned this Autumn (though rumoured to be running late).  21 more words


The Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) Program

The Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) ProgramCongressional Research Service, Library of Congress. David Randall. January 31, 2018

 Congress created the Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) program to offer long-term, low-cost loans to railroad operators, with particular attention to small freight railroads, to help them finance improvements to infrastructure and investments in equipment. 61 more words

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