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NYC Transport Replaces ‘Ladies And Gentlemen’ With Gender-Neutral Announcements

New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority is retiring its use of "ladies and gentlemen" in favor of some awesome gender-neutral terminology.According to local news...

Why pets should be allowed on Sydney’s public transport

In Switzerland, Molly and Daisy could travel by train, tram or bus with a daily ticket. They could also ride the Paris...

Indian Railways releases new time table; 500 long-distance trains to run...

New Delhi: In order to cut short the running time of over 500 long distance trains by up to two hours, the Indian Railways...

This Boozy Wine Train Will Take You to the ‘North Pole’

Whether you're ready or not, winter Christmas is coming. And though we haven't made it through October just yet, that hasn't stopped us from...

Stevens Point adds overpass after decades of planning

Commuters will no longer need to wait in traffic as trains go by at a busy intersection in Stevens Point. The Hoover Road overpass...

BART Starts Running Test Trains Into Santa Clara County

SANTA CLARA (KPIX 5) - BART is running trains into Santa Clara County, for the first time ever.It's a major step in the long...

How the Railroad Industry Invented, Then Immediately Discarded, the Barcode

A version of this post originally appeared on Tedium , a twice-weekly newsletter that hunts for the end of the long tail. ...

No More Swiping: MetroCard to Be Replaced With New System

The days of fruitlessly swiping and swiping (and swiping again) a MetroCard at a bad turnstile reader are officially numbered.That's because the MTA announced...

500 long distance trains to run quicker from next month

500 long distance trains to run quicker from next month | The Indian Express t Home tIndia t500 long distance trains to...

Railways to utilise rake lie-overs, extend routes of 50-plus trains

Railways to utilise rake lie-overs, extend routes of 50-plus trains - The Financial Express There are two types of lie-overs in railways...