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New fleet of trains to bring better journeys to the south west

Government gives go ahead to Ł360 million state of the art train fleet running between London and Cornwall

Bombardier says not in talks with Siemens on rail deal

Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO) denied a report on Wednesday that it is in talks with German engineering group Siemens AG (SIEGn.DE) on merging their rail units.

Rail firms urged to come clean over storm shutdowns

RAIL companies must better explain why trains are suspended during extreme weather to counter passenger cynicism they are just trying to avoid penalties for poor performance.

National Express boss warns competition measures may hit rail investment

Dean Finch said 'if there’s more on-rail competition then something’s going to give'

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  • Uber drivers attacked outside Mexico City airport as taxi drivers demonstrateProtests are clear signal that regulations designed to create a legal framework for app-based ride services have not put an end to city’s simmering disputeA raucous crowd attacked Uber drivers and their vehicles with clubs and stones outside the Mexico City airport, according to the company, as licensed taxi drivers demonstrated to demand a “total halt” to app-based rideshare services in the capital.Video of the demonstration showed people throwing eggs and flour inside the windows of vehicles, kicking doors and trying to rip off side mirrors. One man destroyed a sedan’s rear window with a lar...
  • MH370 search: Minister says debris 'almost certainly' from Boeing 777 – latest updatesOfficials examine aircraft part washed up on RĂ©union Island in the French Indian Ocean as possible clue to fate of missing Malaysian Airlines planeRead the latest summaryWhat is the flaperon found in La RĂ©union? 4.30pm AEST Warren Truss, the Australian deputy prime minister, is about to speak about the find on La Réunion.Australia has been leading the seabed search for the missing plane. 4.24pm AEST Associated Press reports that relatives of many of the 153 Chinese passengers of MH370 have said in a statement that they want authorities to be 100% certain the part was from the missin...

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  • Investigators fly to Reunion to check possible MH370 debrisA team of investigators has been sent to the island of Reunion to find out whether debris that has washed ashore could be from the missing flight MH370.  A two-metre-long (6ft) piece of wreckage washed up on the French Indian Ocean island, which sits 370 miles east of Madagascar, late on Wednesday. Experts have said the debris looks like a piece of the wing from a Boeing 777, known as a flaperon, fuelling speculation that it could be from the Malaysia Airlines, which disappeared without a trace in March 2014. There were 227 passengers on the flight. Associated Press news ag...

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  • Barry_Cooper published Free travel between on Orange 36 Nottingham City Transport buses...Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has announced it will be holding a free Friday offer following on from the success of the one it ran last Friday.Previously, passengers using its service from Clifton to the city were able to travel free of charge, but now members of the public will be able to use the Orange 36 service from Beeston to Chilwell under the same terms.The offer enables travellers to catch the bus anywhere on the route between Chilwell, Beeston, Queens Medical Centre and the city...

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  • Amazon wants air space for delivery dronesAmazon wants to carve out a special zone of the sky to shuttle commercial drones that would deliver goods to its customers. Amazon Prime Air project vice president Gur Kimchi used a NASA convention in California to fly the idea of dedicating separate air zones for commercial drones. Kimchi proposed setting commercial drone zones between 200 and 400 feet above the ground, with a no-fly buffer of 100 feet above to keep them safely apart from other aircraft. Less sophisticated drones, such as those used by hobbyists, could be given air space below that used by the faster, more sensor-equipped co...
  • Nottingham tram extension: First station opensThe first stop on Nottingham's new Ł570m tram lines has opened to the public. It serves the railway station and is only yards from the original stop, which is now closed for refurbishment. Work to extend the Chilwell and Clifton lines began in March 2013 and is expected to finish in the coming weeks. Nottingham Express Transport (NET) called the opening a

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  • Vivid Lock: Wearable bike security with built-in LED lightsThe less stuff you have to carry by bike the better - the Vivid Lock is wearable bicycle security with built-in LED lights. Fabricated from nylon, clear PVC and waterproof LED strips, the Vivid lock has 30 white lights facing forwards and 30 red ones at the rear. The post Vivid Lock: Wearable bike security with built-in LED lights appeared first on ETA.

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