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Tehama County, CARed Bluff Daily News

Tehama County begins process of redistricting

RED BLUFF — The Tehama County Board of Supervisors prepared Tuesday for this decade’s changes to its supervisor districts as a deadline to confirm a new map is on the horizon. An informational presentation was given Tuesday by Clerk and Recorder Jennifer Vise and Transportation Manager Jessica Riske-Gomez that went...
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Peoria, ILhoiabc.com

Mayor Ali, ex-Rep. LaHood envision high-speed rail service for Peoria

PEORIA (Heart of Illinois ABC) – Peoria Mayor Rita Ali and former Peoria-area Congressman and U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood want federal infrastructure spending to include high-speed passenger rail service for Peoria. In a news release, the mayor said she’s sent letters last week to area U.S. representatives, to make...
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Las Vegas, NVpvtimes.com

Nevada Dept. of Transportation’s Tony Illia passes

On Monday, August 2 it was announced that Tony Illia, the public face of the Nevada Department of Transportation for the past seven years, has passed away. “It is with profound sadness that NDOT announces the passing of Public Information Officer Tony Illia, a committed public servant and dear friend to many throughout the department, the media and the Las Vegas community,” a news release issued by Illia’s successor to the PIO position, Adrienne Packer, stated. “No words can adequately express our sadness or our gratitude for Tony’s tireless work for NDOT over the past seven years. NDOT offers its sincere condolences to Tony’s family, friends and all who were touched by his kind spirit.”
Cleburne County, ARKATV

Thieves take 8 of 10 catalytic converters from school buses in Cleburne County

HEBER SPRINGS (KATV) — The Cleburne County sheriff's office is investigating the theft of catalytic converters from eight of the district's 10 school buses. Sheriff Chris Brown said it happened between between Thursday and Monday morning at the Community School of Cleburne County. He said the average value of each catalytic converter is estimated at nearly $1,200. Brown said they believe there could be more than one suspect involved.
Tompkins County, NYithaca.com

Updates From Ulysses Town Hall

The Cemetery Road Bridge along with the intersection of Lake Street and Cemetery Road is currently closed to both foot and vehicle traffic. The construction crew have reported that pedestrians are climbing over fences to move through the intersection. This is dangerous and considered trespassing. Please help maintain the safety of the workers on that site by avoiding the intersection and helping to spread the word about its closure to both foot and vehicle traffic.
Harrison County, INCorydon Democrat

INDOT gathers public input for S.R. 11 project

The Indiana Dept. of Transportation had a public information meeting Thursday evening at the South Harrison Community Center in Elizabeth regarding the S.R. 11 extension project. Representatives from INDOT who have been working extensively on this project were readily available with many displays and photos, in hopes of explaining to...
Livingston County, MIwhmi.com

County Vehicle Replacement Program Set To Continue

Livingston County is set to continue its carpool vehicle replacement project. Transportation Director Greg Kellogg was before a committee of County Commissioner’s this week with the request to authorize the replacement of 15 County-owned vehicles with new vehicles leased through Enterprise Fleet Management. Kellogg said this is a significant reduction from last year when they replaced 27 vehicles.
Philadelphia, PANBC Philadelphia

Only a Portion of MLK Drive to Reopen to Vehicular Traffic on Wednesday

Only a portion of Philadelphia’s Martin Luther King Drive will reopen to vehicular traffic on Wednesday due to repairs needed on the bridge, the city announced Tuesday. The city had initially announced last month that MLK Drive would open to vehicular traffic beginning on August 4 at 5 p.m. However, the city now says that due to repairs needed to MLK Bridge, the Drive will remain closed south of Sweetbriar Drive until rehab construction is completed.
Economynddist.com

Fastenal, Grainger Address Challenges in Labor, Transportation Costs

Anyone keeping tabs on the current economic news cycle has undoubtedly seen numerous news pieces about how various employers are struggling to find needed talent amid impacts of the still-ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Employers are frequently complaining about the struggle to fill open positions, citing ongoing labor shortages due to enhanced government-provided benefits, the public’s concerns about returning to workplaces amid the pandemic, and a sudden rush to find childcare as millions of Americans transition back to physical workplaces after working remotely for the past 18 months or so.
Stocksetfdailynews.com

Union Pacific Corp (UNP): Price Now Near $218.15; Daily Chart Shows Downtrend on 50 Day Basis

At the time of this writing, UNP (Get Ratings)’s price is down $-0.84 (-0.38%) from the hour prior. UNP has seen its price go down 5 out of the past 5 hours, thus creating some compelling opportunities for bears. As for the trend on the hourly timeframe, we see the clearest trend on the 50 hour timeframe. Most noteworthy in the world of moving averages on the hourly chart is that the 100, 20 and 50 hour moving averages have been crossed, so that price is now turning below them. The moving averages on the hourly timeframe suggest a choppiness in price, as the 20, 50, 100 and 200 are all in a mixed alignment — meaning the trend across timeframes is inconsistent, indicating a potential opportunity for rangebound traders.
Congress & Courtsbloombergtax.com

Infrastructure Deal Shirks Big Spending on Cut-Off Neighborhoods

A new program to reconnect communities split by highways would get $1 billion in the Senate infrastructure bill, just 5% of what the Biden administration initially proposed, and well below the cost of major projects. Advocates were disappointed with the cuts, especially given the administration’s pledge to ensure equitable transportation...
Congress & Courtsgruntstuff.com

Republican Study group calls $1T infrastructure deal a ‘Computer virus’ for Democrats

The congressional Republican Study Committee on Monday blasted the Senate’s proposed $1 trillion infrastructure invoice as a “Computer virus” for Democratic social spending and “Inexperienced New Deal” initiatives. In a memo titled “High 10 Infrastructure Bundle Roadblocks,” the group’s chairman, Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), supplied his 154-member conservative caucus a...
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