Transportation

VOTING FOR BRADLEY

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Crane lifts Platform C into place at Springfield Union Station

Cranes this week are lifting sections of precast concrete walkway onto the upper portions of Springfield Union Station for the new handicapped-accessible Platform C. Platform C couldn’t open two years ago with the rest of the refurbished Union Station because it wasn’t wide enough to meet modern handicapped accessibility rules under the Americans with Disabilities…

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Bradley International Airport to host Frontier Airlines flights to Denver, Orlando, Raleigh-Durham – masslive.com

Frontier Airlines began service Thursday to and from Bradley International Airport to Denver.  The airline said it is offering fares as low as $59 one-way as a promotion at FlyFrontier.com.  Frontier will begin other flights from Bradley to Orlando International Airport and Raleigh-Durham International Airport Apr. 30. Read the source article at masslive.com

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Rail Yard tavern planned at former Debbie Wong in West Springfield

The owners of the site of the former Debbie Wong Restaurant at 874 Memorial Ave. plan to transform it into a tavern called The Rail Yard. “It’s just sentimental for a lot of reasons. It’s part of West Springfield’s History,” said owner Lori Rindels, a West Springfield native, whose mother grew up nearby on Lowell…

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Springfield-built Orange Line cars get first daytime T tryout

The T tested Springfield-built Orange Line trains for the first time Friday during regular service hours, giving Boston commuters their first glimpse of the new cars from CRRC MA.The MBTA has been testing the cars for months, said spokesman Joe Pesaturo. But Friday was the first time they were tested in between trains running with…

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Springfield Union Station looks to grow while driving development

Springfield Union Station will need to go to the City Council again later this year for more money to close a funding gap, said Kevin Kennedy, the city’s chief development officer. But the Springfield Redevelopment Authority says it’s working to attract more tenants and make ends meet, and that the station is already paying for…

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