Tipsy homeless man seen directing NJ Transit buses doesn't work for agency ...NJ.comSantiago told the TV station that NJ Transit bus operator driver Max Carames was a longtime acquaintance who let him direct traffic. Carames, a 24-year employee, has been disciplined, officials said. "The bus operator seen in this video has been ...and more »
Whether by choice or because of financial necessity, the number of American households without a car has doubled over the past two decades – and is now approaching 10 percent.The impact of this trend could be significant, especially when it comes to alternative forms of transportation such as car-sharing and mass transit, according to research by CNW Marketing.“While the recession was in large par...
Cyber boost for north east bus passengersbdailyBus operator, Go North East, has invested in free on board WiFi access for customers on 48 buses on its Red Arrows, TEN, Angel and Tyne Tees Xpress services. The free WiFi has been launched on these services in response to customer demand. The firm ...
The EU’s climate policy has not vanished but the approach today is probably more balanced towards other aims like energy supply security and competitiveness, Friedbert Pflüger said in an interview with EurActiv Slovakia.
A proposal by European Council President Herman Van Rompuy to fight tax evasion, heralded in draft conclusions to today’s EU summit, will seek to maintain momentum on the EU savings directive by asking leaders to agree the initiative by the end of the year.
EU ministers are pressing to conclude negotiations on the EU’s 2014-2020 budget before the term of the Irish presidency ends in June.
The European Parliament yesterday (21 May) approved a non-binding resolution calling for a mandatory EU-wide share for renewables for 2030, but failed to set the target in the 40-45% range.
Britain asked the European Union on Tuesday (21 May) to put Hezbollah’s military arm on its list of terrorist organisations, urging Europe to respond robustly to evidence of the Islamist group’s involvement in a July 2012 bomb attack in Bulgaria.
Apple's ability to shelter billions of euros of income from tax has depended on an unusual loophole in the Irish tax code that helps the country compete with other countries for investment and jobs. EU leaders are meeting in Brussels today (22 May) with tax evasion and aggressive tax planning on their agenda.
European lawmakers have recommended holding the European elections on 22-25 May 2014, rather than June, to give the new Parliament time to prepare for the European Commission presidency election in July.