- 7 Ohio rail crossings targeted for removal
- NAPOLEON — Seven railroad crossings, including one at the U.S. 24 freeway just east of Napoleon, would be removed under a proposal being reviewed by the Ohio Rail Development Commission.
- Voices from the border: Illegal crossings and deportations
- At the same time, an unknown number of Mexicans and Central Americans are making final preparations before they embark on a different adventure– the risky trek north that begins by illegally crossing the Rio Grande.
- 3 migrants drown while trying to enter Macedonia from Greece
- Hundreds of migrants trapped in a squalid Greek camp are risking death by crossing a treacherous river in a desperate new attempt to get into Europe. The perilous journey has already claimed the lives of three refugees including a pregnant woman whose ...
- Governor Cuomo: Eliminate grade-level rail crossings on commuter lines
- ALBANY - Gov. Andrew Cuomo called Monday for eliminating grade crossings on commuter rail lines, calling the street-level intersections "dangerous" and saying everybody should be "ashamed" that they still exist. Speaking to reporters on Long Island, ...
- Level crossings: sky rail avoided delays and power shut downs, documents suggest
- Premier Daniel Andrews' plan to remove level crossings in Melbourne's southeast could have been delayed by at least two years and countless homes could have lost their power supplies if the government had not opted to build elevated rail.
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