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Egyptian Parliament accuses Transportation Ministry of corruption on Talgo deal

Egypt Today 31 Jan 2023
The Egyptian Parliament accused the Ministry of Transportation of incompetence and corruption, during a hearing session on Monday ... This came during a hearing session which included discussions about issues regarding ground, maritime and transportation, establishing new roads, in addition to developing railways and underground trains.
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Wintry weather scrubs more than 1,000 flights in US

Elko Daily Free Press 31 Jan 2023
Transportation Department is investigating ... NGM reports fatality at Goldstrike Underground 'A senseless tragedy"; remembering Kylee Leniz Man accused of assault with deadly weapon Divorces Police update public on bridge shooting Recreation and events center Q&A Felony and gross ...
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Nav Canada to dismantle 1960s navigation tower on Hunters Range near Enderby

Castanet 30 Jan 2023
The tower was the world's first underground radio range, according to an article in the Enderby Commoner from 1961 ... 25, 2021 ... No timeline has been given on that work. The 1961 article states the Department of Transport awarded a $200,000 contract to build the tower, which included an underground military tactical air navigation (TACAN) station.
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Guebert: The Great Carbon Boondoggle, Part 2

The Daily Republic 30 Jan 2023
Bruce Rastetter, Iowa’s longtime agricultural and political power center, has a sixth sense when it comes to making money ... According to terms included in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Bill (IRA), the federal government will pay carbon “sequesters” like Summit $85 per CO2 ton to collect, transport, and store it underground.
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The Great Carbon Boondoggle, Part 2

South Bend Tribune 29 Jan 2023
Bruce Rastetter, Iowa’s longtime agricultural and political power center, has a sixth sense when it comes to making money ... According to terms included in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the federal government will pay carbon “sequesters” like Summit $85 per CO2 ton to collect, transport and store it underground ... But that’s only one slice ... ....
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Farm and Food: The Great Carbon Boondoggle, Part 2

Lincoln Journal Star 29 Jan 2023
Bruce Rastetter, Iowa’s longtime agricultural and political power center, has a sixth sense when it comes to making money ... People are also reading… ... According to terms included in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act, the federal government will pay carbon “sequesters” like Summit $85 per CO2 ton to collect, transport, and store it underground ... .
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Eskom, Transnet hamper mining sector

Mail Guardian South Africa 28 Jan 2023
“Infrastructure, electricity and transport are important ... “ needs regular transport ... “The majority of our platinum production is underground ... “Underground high value mining like platinum, gold or diamond need electricity more than they need transport like the rail and trucks.
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Trudeau and Hancock Publicly Confronted (Pfizer’s Bourla Already Had His Turn)

The Liberty Beacon 27 Jan 2023
Kudos to the man who resolutely confronts not only Hancock but a London transport worker and faced the underground passengers – alone.
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Charles City Council hears presentation on Summit Carbon pipeline

Charles City Press 27 Jan 2023
During the presentation, Summit Carbon Project Manager Kylie Lange said 32 ethanol plants in five states have signed on to the Summit pipeline project to capture carbon dioxide, pressurize it into a liquid, then transport it in underground pipelines to North Dakota where it would ...
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Alan Guebert: 'The Great Carbon Boondoggle,' Part 2

Hastings Tribune 27 Jan 2023
Bruce Rastetter, Iowa’s longtime agricultural and political power center, has a sixth sense when it comes to making money ... According to terms included in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the federal government will pay carbon “sequesters” like Summit $85 per CO2 ton to collect, transport, and store it underground ... But that’s only one slice ... .
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breaking Former British health secretary Matt Hancock ‘assaulted on London Underground’ as man arrested

Irish Independent 26 Jan 2023
A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting former health secretary Matt Hancock on the London Underground. A 61-year-old man is in custody, on suspicion of common assault and a public order offence, after an incident at Westminster Underground station, British Transport Police said.
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See inside Grand Central Station's newly opened Long Island Rail Road terminal — finally open ...

Business Insider 26 Jan 2023
Positioned more than 100 feet underground, it can take up to 12 minutes to travel from the platform to the subway ... Insider dug up photos showing a timeline of construction at the terminal, from a hole underground to a shiny new station ... Grand Central Madison's platforms sit well over 100 feet underground ... Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
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How to save on transport in 2023 amid cost of living crisis

Metro UK 26 Jan 2023
Commuters using the London Underground transport system ... Indeed, a release from the Office for National Statistics in December 2022 saw transport inflation running at 6.9% ... Transport ... When is the next Tube strike? London Underground action dates ... your journey by public transport.
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Man arrested on suspicion of assaulting former UK health secretary Matt Hancock on London Underground

Irish Independent 25 Jan 2023
The incident took place at Westminster Underground station on Tuesday morning, British Transport Police said.A 61 year-old man remains in custody, on suspicion of common assault and a public order offence.British Transport Police said.
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Man arrested on suspicion of assaulting Matt Hancock on London Underground

The Daily Telegraph 25 Jan 2023
A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting and harassing Matt Hancock, the former health secretary, following an incident on the London Underground. The 61-year-old was detained by officers from the British Transport Police after he allegedly challenged Mr Hancock at Westminster Tube station on Wednesday morning.

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