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  2. Descartes Systems Group - Wikipedia

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    Headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Descartes is a publicly traded company with shares listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market (NASDAQ: DSGX) and Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: DSG). It has offices in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia Pacific region . Contents 1 History 2 Acquisitions 3 Global Logistics Network

  3. Q37 (New York City bus) - Wikipedia

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    Q37 (New York City bus) A Q37 bus entering southbound service in Kew Gardens. The Q37 bus route constitutes a public transit line in Queens, New York City, running primarily along 111th Street between Kew Gardens and South Ozone Park. The Q37 was formerly privately operated by Green Bus Lines, under a subsidized franchise with the New York City ...

  4. Q58 (New York City bus) - Wikipedia

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    The Q58 and Q58 Limited are bus routes that constitute a public transit line operating primarily in Queens, New York City, with its southern terminal on the border with Brooklyn. The Q58 is operated by the MTA New York City Transit Authority. Its precursor was a streetcar line that began operation in November 1899.

  5. Interstate 695 (New York) - Wikipedia

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    Interstate 695 (New York) Interstate 695 ( I-695) is an auxiliary Interstate Highway in the New York City borough of the Bronx. It serves as a connector between I-95 ( Bruckner Expressway) and I-295 ( Cross Bronx Expressway) near the Throgs Neck Bridge toward Queens and Long Island. I-695 is named the Throgs Neck Expressway .

  6. M15 (New York City bus) - Wikipedia

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    The New York City Board of Transportation took over operations in 1948, with the New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA) replacing it in 1953. Limited-stop service began on September 13, 1976, with buses making only 15 stops, spaced every eight blocks, between 126th Street and Houston Street, saving riders up to 23 minutes.

  7. Arthur Blank - Wikipedia

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    Arthur M. Blank (born September 27, 1942) is an American businessman and a co-founder of the home improvement retailer The Home Depot.. He also currently owns two professional sports teams based in Atlanta, Georgia - the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL) and Atlanta United of Major League Soccer (MLS), the latter of which having won the 2018 MLS Cup, thus giving him an MLS ...

  8. New York Central Hudson - Wikipedia

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    The NYC J-1 road numbers were 5200-5344, the MC J-1s became NYC 5345-5374, the Big 4 J-1s became NYC 5375-5404, the J-2s (all from B&A) became NYC road numbers 5455-5474, and the J-3 road numbers were 5405-5454. The J-2 numbers are last because they were transferred to the NYC after the J-3 deliveries.

  9. Ulster and Delaware Railroad - Wikipedia

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    The Ulster and Delaware Railroad (U&D) was a railroad located in the state of New York.It was often advertised as "The Only All-Rail Route to the Catskill Mountains." At its greatest extent, the U&D extended 107 miles (172 km) from Kingston Point on the Hudson River through the Catskill Mountains to its western terminus at Oneonta, passing through the counties of Ulster, Delaware, Schoharie ...