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Monday shows a wider acceptance of allowing bicycles on the transit agency's trains...During non-peak hours, bicycles can be brought on trains but not on the first car. But during the pilot program, bikes were allowed on all trains at all times.
For them to say that this model will improve public health is dead wrong...Tony Corbo, senior lobbyist for Food & Water Watch You may also like U.S. poultry inspection is about to undergo a big change. Federal regulators say the new adjustments will
Mobile food trucks are one step closer to being able to operate on public streets in Lexington, according to a news release from Urban County Councilwoman Shevawn Akers. The council's food truck workgroup agreed on a proposed pilot program Thursday.
Some suffer from severe psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia. Others are emotionally disturbed or have neural development disorders such as autism. Those are the children and teens who have to wait weeks or sometimes months to get the help they
During the waning days of the 2012 session, the Legislature wisely decided to delay the implementation of the I/DD long-term care into the KanCare program until January 1, 2014. Soon thereafter, the Brownback administration announced a pilot program
A judge says New York City can test out letting people hail yellow cabs via their smartphones. A Manhattan judge dismissed a lawsuit over the "e-hail" program Tuesday and lifted an order that temporarily stopped it. The city Taxi and Limousine
So-called smart meters are anything but, say opponents of a National Grid program to install the new wireless electric meters at 15,000 homes and businesses in the city. While National Grid says the new meters are perfectly safe, critics maintain the
Mayor Bloomberg will unveil a pilot program in Belmont, Bronx, on Tuesday that will allow drivers to pay for parking without walking to the meter. Motorists will also be able to add time remotely so they don't have to run back to their cars. Jin Lee/
The days of students leafing through test-prep material are almost a thing of the past. So says BenchPrep , a Chicago -based company that moves such material from the pages of the Princeton Review to the screens of mobile devices and laptops. The
The State Council, or China's cabinet, on Wednesday rolled out its first major reform in agriculture since inauguration, experimenting schemes to accelerate modern agriculture. The new government considered the development of modern agriculture "an