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Glasgow’s public transport infrastructure not fit for purpose, warns disabled
They claim the transport infrastructure is not fit for purpose and not suitable for the arrival of hundreds of thousands more people at the Commonwealth Games. Disabled people face problems on every type of transport in the city and campaigners say

Access to Russian water transport infrastructure for Belarusian vessels
News of Belarus
MINSK, 4 July (BelTA) – Belarus has stepped up interaction with Russia and Kazakhstan for the sake of enabling equal conditions of access to the water transport infrastructure of all the Single Economic Space member states. The information was released

Fitch Ratings for Transport Infrastructure Sector Mostly Stable Outlook
According to a new report by Fitch Ratings, most of the transport infrastructure sector under its portfolio received a Stable Outlook. This is despite the weak economic condition that continued to prevail in many European economies. Like Us on Facebook 

Infrastructure in Colombia
The Economist
WHEN Juan Manuel Santos became president of Colombia in August 2010 he promised that investment in upgrading transport infrastructure would become one of the “motors” of his country’s economy. It was a well-judged priority. Difficult geography—the 

Juniors join forces, addressing Pilbara infrastructure issues
Logistics Magazine – Australia
Junior miners Brockman Mining and Flinders mines have signed a supply, infrastructure cooperation agreement in the Pilbara, saying they will work together on a transport solution that will get their product to market. On Wednesday LMH reported Brockman 

High-speed rail
The Economist
Underlying many of the arguments over high-speed rail is a perceived track record of underinvestment in northern cities. A report from IPPR North, a think-tank, finds that, not including HS2, fully 89% of current plans for investment in transport

Ethiopia plans more investment in infrastructure
E&T magazine
While Ethiopia’s economy is expected to keep growing, the east-African country plans to upgrade transport and energy infrastructure, it has been announced today. In a speech to Ethiopia’s parliament, the country’s prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn