Journal - Jonathan Cartu - Moving & Transportation Services
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A new study shines a light on the feelings of public sector employees, including those in education and transportation, regarding the novel coronavirus pandemic and how it’s affecting their jobs, financial wellbeing and safety. The Center for State & Local Government Excellence (SLGE) released, “Public...

Earlier this spring, while much of the nation’s attention focused on the coronavirus crisis, the U.S. oil and gas industry quietly launched a new coalition using messaging that invokes “transportation fairness.” Like other petroleum interest front groups that have campaigned against clean transportation measures, this new coalition...

OCCK Transportation will offer a new regional route from Abilene to Salina and back, each Thursday, starting June 25. The route is part of the newly established KanConnect program of OCCK, a plan to connect regions of rural Kansas through public transportation options.Reservations are...

A new research study has been presented by Industrygrowthinsights.com offering a comprehensive analysis on the Global Transportation Coating Market where user can benefit from the complete market research report with all the required useful information about this market. This is a latest report, covering the...

The Knesset voted against a proposal for public transportation on Shabbos filed by Meretz leader Tamar Zandberg on Wednesday with a majority of 53 to 26. Zandberg attacked Transportation Minister Miri Regev (Likud), who respects traditional Jewish values and voted against the proposal. “It’s inconceivable that...