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'Incomprehensible': Bombardier CEO blasts Siemens win in Canada

Bombardier Inc.’s top executive says he can’t figure out how Canada’s government-owned passenger train operator could pick a foreign rival without demanding a minimum amount of local production. 285 more words


Flying cars may be US$3 trillion market in 20 years, analysts say

Flying cars, long a staple of science fiction, may be landing in the real world sooner than you think.

Sleek vehicles floating above their more chaotic, terrestrial siblings are common trope in stories of a more technologically advanced future that now may not be so distant. 430 more words


Regional Transportation Strategy

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2018 Nissan Kicks - A Cheaper Alternative​

Nissan has a large range of SUVs, from the Juke to the massive Armada Nissan has an SUV for everyone. The Kicks is the brand new entry that’s affordable and dare I say “Fun”. 43 more words


Rochester's Employment Sprawl Strains Transit Effectiveness And Opportunity

When urbanists talk about “sprawl,” we are typically referring to the movement of people and families away from urban centers and into homogeneous, socioeconomically exclusive suburban areas.  809 more words

Bombardier's venture in China wins $453-million state rail contract

Canadian manufacturer Bombardier Inc’s Chinese joint venture said on Thursday it had won a US$453 million contract to supply 168 high-speed train cars to state-owned China Railway Corp (CRC), making it the second order win this year for China’s growing high-speed network. 197 more words