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Columbus Wins Smart City Challenge

Columbus has won the Smart City Challenge offered by the U.S. Department of Transportation and will receive millions of dollars in federal grant money to be used to reshape its transportation system. 212 more words

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Cuba flights: Six U.S. airlines approved for this fall

Six U.S. airlines have been approved to fly between the U.S. and Cuba as early as this fall, federal officials said Friday.

“Last year, President Obama announced that it was time to ‘begin a new journey’ with the Cuban people,” U.S. 192 more words

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5 Carriers Want to Serve Mid-Ohio Valley Airport

Five airline companies are seeking to provide the federally-funded air service from Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport near Parkersburg, West Virginia, whose service region includes southern Ohio. 132 more words

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DOT Transportation Index Fell in March

This past March was a good one for air freight, but not much else in the transportation field, the U.S. Department of Transportation found.

The department’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics said its combined Transportation Services Index was 121.3, down 0.5 percent from February’s level and 0.9 percent from March 2015’s figure. 145 more words

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Air fares: Not dropping like fuel prices, but lowest since 2010

Air fares may not have dropped as much as lower fuel prices suggest they could, but they have reached the lowest  average since 2010, a federal agency said today. 113 more words

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