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To commemorate the Port of San Diego's 50th anniversary, the Port is inviting visitors and residents of San Diego County to participate in a public photograph contest. The "Port for All" photo contest kicks off on Monday, June 17, 2013 and is open
Home Community Service The Board of Port Commissioners has adopted a new ordinance that regulates newsracks found along the tidelands managed by the Port of San Diego...The District's proposed ordinance is two-tiered and sets out provisions for
Mesquite stop on the first day of new express service from Mesquite to Dallas on Monday, March 12, 2012. (Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning News) Dallas Area Rapid Transit is considering joint negotiations with the Fort Worth Transportation Authority
One plans calls for ending network; another would put in another $24 million. The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 minute ago Updated 1 minute ago Murray » Residents packed City Council chambers Tuesday to hear various alternatives for the future
The bland bureaucracy that dispenses pension checks to half a million Californians has taken on a new identity: fierce and unyielding champion of government retirees...It has gone to court to keep the dollars flowing, while portraying itself as the
Marketing and Communications (619) 686-6222 Responding to an average of nearly one waterfront fire per week, the Port of San Diego's Harbor Police Department is properly trained to immediately respond and contain emergencies.
15 July 2012 10:20 PM Three years after almost $1.8 million was approved for an experimental mass-transit link between low-income residents and jobs in several North Texas cities, no wheels are yet in motion. The program is supposed to provide bus
I've been away for a few days and this blog has been popping in my absence. I thought I'd jump in on the debate since everyone seems to be having so much fun. I am just back from Northern California, and have a few things to say about the San
PR staff sends along this friendly reminder today: If you ride light rail in from the northern hinterlands and leave your car at one of two stations, your free ride is just about over. The pay-to-park experiment starts in two weeks (April 2) at the
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 Public input on future port projects is welcome The Port of San Diego has extended the due date for public input on its revised Capital Improvement Program, which outlines plans for construction and enhancement projects.