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  1. Echelon Partners With Allied Telesis To Deliver Solutions For Smart Cities And Smart Buildings

    Echelon Corporation (NASDAQ: ELON) today announced the signing of a value added reseller agreement with Allied Telesis, Inc.  Under the terms of the global agreement, Allied Telesis will be authorized to incorporate Echelon's intelligent lighting solutions into its smart city and smart campus projects, and Echelon's industry leading IoT products into Allied Telesis' projects requiring building automation and controls

  2. TerraGo Selected For Smart 50 Award

    TerraGo was presented with a Smart 50 Award at Smart Cities Connect, an event which convened leading technology companies with city leaders from around the world in Kansas City.

  3. PTV Vistro Adds Canadian Traffic Standards

    PTV Group, the largest provider of traffic analysis and modeling software in North America, announced that the Canadian Capacity Guide (CCG) has been added to their traffic analysis software PTV Vistro

  4. Maryland Public Service Commission Approves $4.5 Billion Merger Of WGL Holdings, Inc. And AltaGas Ltd.

    The Maryland Public Service Commission announced its approval Wednesday of the combination of WGL Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:WGL) with AltaGas Ltd. (TSX:ALA). The $4.5 billion merger brings together two complementary energy companies committed to delivering more value for customers in Maryland and promises more investment in energy infrastructure and clean energy across the state. “We are confident that our combination with AltaGas will benefit residents, businesses and the economy of Maryland. We appreciate the Commission’s

  5. International Expansion Continues With Six Flags-Branded Park In Saudi Arabia

    Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world’s largest regional theme park company, and the Public Investment Fund (PIF), Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, recently announced plans to develop a Six Flags-branded theme park in the city of Riyadh

  6. California’s Regulated Water Utilities Invested More Than $645M On Needed Infrastructure In 2017

    California’s largest regulated water utilities invested more than $645M in 2017 into improving and upgrading the infrastructure that delivers water to the communities they serve, according to an analysis by the California Water Association (CWA)

  7. Keolis Receives Transit Contract Extension From The Regional Transportation Commission Of Southern Nevada

    Keolis, a global leader in managing passenger transportation systems, recently announced it has renewed its contract with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) for the operation and maintenance of fixed route and bus rapid transit (BRT) service for the southern Las Vegas Valley

  8. Aramark Unveils Extensive Renovations And New Programs, In Advance Of 2018 Spring/Summer Travel Season

    As travelers seek fresh vacation adventures, Aramark, the award-winning food and hospitality partner for national and state parks and other leading leisure and cultural attractions, has added a variety of new programs at some of the country’s most magnificent national and state parks

  9. Lindsay’s Road Zipper System® To Be Deployed On The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

    Lindsay Corporation (NYSE: LNN), a leading global manufacturer and distributor of irrigation and infrastructure equipment and technology, is pleased to announce an agreement with the Bay Area Transportation Authority to deploy its Road Zipper System on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in San Francisco, California. The moveable barrier technology will be used to create a bicycle/pedestrian walkway across the bridge. Lindsay’s revenue from this project is valued at approximately $9 million. The project calls for

  10. New Jersey Natural Gas Files With The New Jersey Board Of Public Utilities To Recover Costs For Infrastructure Programs

    New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG), the regulated subsidiary of New Jersey Resources, recently filed with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) seeking recovery of costs associated with its New Jersey Reinvestment in System Enhancement (NJ RISE) and Safety Acceleration and Facility Enhancement II (SAFE II) programs