CapitolConnect News – 19 July 1986 (7-10-2020 RW)

News from the Capitol

  • The Central Artery (M5) will remain closed between Exit 17 (22nd Avenue) and Exit 19 (O’Connell Square – Federal Plaza) due to the crane collapse that occurred yesterday morning.
    • The interchange between theĀ  Central Artery (M5) and the Bypass (M7) on the Western side will be named the Levanti Perrine Interchange, after the crane worker who perished in the accident.
  • InterCity trains will continue to bypass Parliament Square station this weekend, as reconstruction work continues on the headhouse and passenger areas. The Pedway connecting Federal Plaza buildings will remain open, without access to the train station.

News from the Union

  • Flights out of the West Country Airport resume at noon today, after the earlier-than-expected completion of the Runway Lengthening project.
  • The WestLink Metro project reached a milestone Friday, as the tunneling resumes south of the West Country Airport, bound for Glenlyrah.
    • The InterCity station at the airport was also completed this week, opening to passengers Thursday morning. It will see four trains per hour in both directions, with additional trains in the peak direction during the rush hour.

Weather

  • Sat, Sun – Clear

Of New Beginnings and Old Friends

Welcome, one and all!

It’s been quite some time since I’ve operated any sort of blog (or any form of scheduled writing, in fact). Truth be told, I miss it.

Doctors’ reports seem to indicate that regular writing is good for the brain – and while I am not a doctor, I can tell you that regular writing is good for the soul.

So here we are. I offer no guarantees of how often I’ll write anything here, and God knows I offer no guarantee of quality (objective or perceived).

I hope you enjoy your stay – grab a brat and a beer, and sit on down.