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Railway Age
Brightline West, the planned private-sector high-performance passenger railroad, is moving toward its goals of bringing passengers to Las Vegas and giving them a way to get there from Los Angeles. The railroad announced that plans are now set to bring its trains into Rancho Cucamonga,
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Engineering News-Record
A long-delayed plan to build an $8-billion high-speed train linking Los Angeles and Las Vegas is making progress, its developers say. Executives with the Brightline West electric train project say construction could start next year should U.
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MLive
The unit’s arrival and departure may span the entirety of a surge of COVID-19 cases tied to the highly-contagious omnicron variant in the region.
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Mass Transit
The multi-year initiative will improve traffic flow and safety, and reduce carbon emissions across two southern California cities.
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The Real Deal
Las Vegas high-speed rail route is back on track, with federal officials looking at plans for its final leg over the Cajon Pass.
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The Press-Enterprise
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream is now open in Rancho Cucamonga. The shop opened in mid-December at 10570 Foothill Blvd., Suite 100, in the Terra Vista Town Center. It’s the first Inland Empire location for the chain,
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YAHOO!Finance
Iteris has been awarded a $1.7m contract from San Bernardino County Transportation Authority for a smart mobility, safety and sustainability program.
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Politico
The California Public Utilities Commission is set to vote on a proposal that would significantly curtail the benefits of installing rooftop solar panels. California has long incentivized people to generate solar electricity by letting them return their excess wattage to the grid,
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Seeking Alpha
Iteris (ITI) has won a $1.7M contract from the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority ((SBCTA)) for a regional smart mobility, safety and sustainability
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Andres Martinez registered a hat trick as the Grizzlies took a step toward winning the program’s first league title since 2013.
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Champion Newspapers
Two Riverside County men were jailed late Monday morning after a car was stolen from the Chino Park and Ride on Chino Avenue near the 71 Freeway and a catalytic
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Charleston Gazette-Mail
GreenPower Motor Co. President Brendan Riley said he didn’t necessarily pursue the cheapest labor and cost-of-living markets when he and West Virginia officials began courting each other over a new
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Charleston Gazette-Mail
GreenPower Motor Co. President Brendan Riley said he didn’t necessarily pursue the cheapest labor and cost-of-living markets when he and West Virginia officials began courting each other over a new
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YAHOO!Finance
Novaria Group Acquires Advanced Coating. The Fort Worth company continues to expand their portfolio of defense industry products.
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The Center Square
Las Vegas residents could hop on a train after lunch and step off in downtown Los Angeles before dinner in only a few years, according to
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Business Insider
Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) physicians are encouraging families in the region to vaccinate their children (ages 5-11) against COVID-19 as cases continue to surge across the state. The health plan is supporting access to the vaccine for Inland Empire families through sponsorships of child-friendly vaccine clinics across Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
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