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Now over 125 years old, the former Victoria Terminus, still known locally as VT, is an impressive maze of infrastructure, noise and people
Fresno would be a great host city for the 2026 Winter Olympics, and must get its act together to present a bid.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will loan up to $64 million to Macedonia so that the country can invest in more modern trains.
It is no surprise that World Water Week here in Sweden was an impeccable event; part of the reason was the free rail pass.
Mitt Romney released his energy plan today, and touted it as an ambitious agenda to free the United States completely off of overseas oil by 2020.
On Friday after months of contentious debate, the California State Senate voted 21-16 on Friday to approve the state’s high-speed rail project. Construction starts next year.
Next month Qatar's rail authority will start calling for requests for proposals to build the Qatar Rail Network, a critical component of Qatar’s plan to host the 2022 World Cup.
The “Emirates Air Line,” linked between two of the airlines' sponsored stations, Royal Docks and Greenwich Plaza, reveals a new trend in public transport advertising.
The New Doha Port, 19 miles south of Doha, will be partially run on solar energy when it opens in 2016. But what about those mangroves?
Gasoline prices have spiked the past few months, but it is important to keep the price in perspective. And Gas War in Earlimart, CA has a decent price for gas.
While the California high speed rail project flails for a bevy of reasons, Amtrak still putters on in the San Joaquin Valley.
Europe’s most modern rail network, the "Ferrari Train" or Italo, will debut on April 28th as service begins between Milan and Naples.