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N.J. (AP) Officials from the New York area's public transportation agencies are discussing their plans for the first Super Bowl to be played outdoors in a cold-weather locale. Amtrak are holding a news conference Monday at the Secaucus Junction rail
Unions representing more than 2,000 rail workers on Tuesday sued the San Francisco area's commuter rail system, the nation's fifth largest, saying management had reneged on an agreement to end a strike that paralyzed the network in October.
Fawcett Security Company lost an undisclosed amount of cash destined for the Eastern Highlands Plantations in a well-planned highway armed robbery near Selbourne this morning. Unconfirmed reports state that at least $400 000 meant to pay plantation
So, what are the management and employees of the San Francisco Bay Area's regional rail system going to do now? News that directors of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system voted nearly unanimously to
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit's board members are scheduled to vote Thursday a tentative deal with two of its largest unions that ended a strike as a dispute over a family medical provision looms...It is unclear what will follow if the board
More News The free rides go on all day on the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority and Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee buses and the Music City Star regional train. MTA and RTA CEO Paul Ballard said in a news release the
The acrimonious labor dispute that was finally settled in October after two strikes that shut down a vital San Francisco Bay Area transit system may not actually be over. <
Managers of the San Francisco-area commuter rail system said on Friday they wanted to reopen talks on part of a deal that ended a crippling October strike, drawing an angry response from unions.
UC Berkeley has allowed student athletes with C grades and low test scores admission to the university, the Chron reports, citing a new study. The lower academic standards for athletes may explain why Cal football and basketball players have one of
Thursday that a family medical leave provision "inadvertently" made its way into the final labor package headed to a board vote next week...The cost implications are enough that the tentative contracts may be voted down, and sources say the unions