On Monday, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA or 'The T') decided to pay its commuter rail operator an additional $66 million more than what was earlier planned, over a period of six years following the $30 million loss that the company faced in 2015.
Keolis Commuter Services still struggles with its in-time performance and the additional money will help it to add more locomotives and coaches and also maintain the new equipments along with operating as per some recently revised train schedules.
Uber's main competitor in China Didi Chuxing earlier known as Didi Kuaidi raised $7 billion or more in a round of funding from investors as well as lenders.
The Beijing based, Chinese transportation network company raised $4.5 billion from investors which includes $1 billion which Apple invested in the company.
The rest, about $2.8 billion it received from lenders. A portion of the debt investment which is about $305 million was received from China Life Insurance.
On Monday, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it is seeking to impose penalty $350,000 on Amazon for violating hazardous materials regulations.
The civil penalty is related to a packaging issue of "Amazing! LIQUID FIRE," which is a heavy duty drain cleaner with a sulfuric acid base.
Amazon shipped the product through UPS on October 15, 2014 which allegedly was not properly packed and some amount leaked through the fiberboard box.
After Gett and Lyft, Uber is allowing its users to make a pickups schedule in advance up to 30 days.
In an announcement, Uber said the new system will allow the travelers to have peace of mind "even when you have a flight at the crack of dawn." The initial idea of Uber was to build a service where there would be sufficient number of drivers always to meet the demand for any pick up timing.
Qatar Airways has announced that it has to delay the launch of direct flight service between Doha and Auckland by two months.
The airline said that the delay in the launch of the service by two moths is because of a delay in the delivery of Airbus A350s by the manufacturer. The service between Doha in Qatar and Auckland in New Zealand, will be the longest direct flight service in the world.
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