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Geospatial News September 18 2019

GIS Lounge

September 18, 2019: geospatial news featuring DMI, CoreLogic, INTERGEO, Septentrio, Artisense, and USGIF. The post Geospatial News | September

9/18/2019

Customize ArcMap with Python Add-Ins

GIS Lounge

Daniel Fourquet walks users through the process of using Python to create Add-Ins for ArcMap.   The post Customize ArcMap with Python Add-Ins

9/18/2019
Victorian engineers wanted to build a tunnel connecting Scotland and Northern Ireland

Victorian engineers wanted to build a tunnel connecting Scotland and

Daily Mail

The original plans had been penned by Irish water engineer and barrister Luke Livingstone Macassey, who proposed a channel tunnel to link

9/18/2019

Biggest Solar Projects in Europe

Solar Feeds

Solar power in Europe is getting boosted by the increasing production of the largest solar projects or solar power plants. Solar energy is the

9/18/2019
Washington to join California in fighting Trump administration’s attack on state vehicle-emission rules

Washington to join California in fighting Trump administration’s

Seatle Times

Washington now has a stake in what's shaping up to be clash over the future of the U.S. automobile industry.

9/18/2019
Seattle could tax Uber and Lyft rides to fund downtown streetcar affordable housing

Seattle could tax Uber and Lyft rides to fund downtown streetcar

Seatle Times

Durkan says the new tax could generate about $25 million a year to fund streetcar expansion, more affordable housing and a way for Uber and Lyft

9/18/2019

Constellation Inks Three Commercial Solar Deals

Solar Industry Magazine

Constellation, an Exelon Company, has announced an agreement with three major commercial customers – Johns Hopkins University, food

9/18/2019

Overpass Overhaul: Reimagined Bridge Features Public Art by Svigals +

Civil and Structural Engineering Magazine

The two halves of New Britain, Conn., separated a decade ago by a highway project, are now reunited by sculpture-lined bridge with artwork and

9/18/2019

STRATODYNAMICS Sets New Canadian Records for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Civil and Structural Engineering Magazine

STRATODYNAMICS, in collaboration with UAVOS, are excited to announce their latest successful record-setting stratospheric flight. The

9/18/2019

Federal Transit Administration Announces $19.2 Million for Transit

Civil and Structural Engineering Magazine

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced today the availability of $19.2 million in funding to

9/18/2019

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