Daxing Airport Express of the Beijing Subway is an airport rail link from Caoqiao to the Beijing Daxing International Airport. It is colored Blue on subway maps; the line opened on September 26, 2019. It is one of two lines connecting the urban area of Beijing to the Beijing Daxing International Airport; the other line is the Beijing–Xiong'an intercity railway, a high-speed rail operated by China Railway. Phase 1Phase 1 of the line is 41.36 km, including 17.71 km of elevated track and 23.65 km of underground track. All stations are underground. Phase 2 A 3.5 km northern extension to Lize Business District station is under planning. The extension is underground; the northern extension is scheduled to begin construction in 2020 and finish in 2022. Ordinary Class one-way fare is ¥10, ¥25 or ¥35 and Business Class one-way fare is ¥50; the train sets of Daxing Airport Express are built by CRRC Qingdao Sifang. Car 7 is a business class car. Car 3 has a wheelchair space. Car 8 is a baggage car; the Daxing Airport Express was planned to start from Mudanyuan, be routed in parallel with Line 19 from Mudanyuan to Caoqiao.
However, the plan would cost more than 40 billion yuan, considered too expensive for a dedicated line that would only serve passengers going to and from the airport. The parallel section with Line 19 was abandoned and the routed was shortened to the stretch from Caoqiao to Daxing Airport; the investment required for the line was reduced by 20 billion yuan. In 2014, it was reported that the government was going to invest 19.7 billion yuan in the Daxing Airport Express and a plan with 4 stations: Caoqiao, Daxing Xincheng, two stations at the Daxing Airport. In early 2016, it was announced that the Daxing Airport Express was slated for completion by 2019. Phase I of the line includes only 3 stations: Daxing Xincheng and Daxing Airport; the line will operate at a top speed of 160 km/h using Type D rolling stock, automated. Construction started at the end of 2016. Test runs on the line began in June 2019, the line was opened on September 26, 2019. A northern extension to Lize Business District station is with a length of 3.5 km.
The extension will be underground, will bring the line to a total of 44.86 km. The northern extension is scheduled to begin construction in 2020 and finish in 2022. Line R1 of Xiong'an Rail Transit will through-operate with Daxing Airport Express
Ciarán Toner is a Northern Irish former professional footballer and Lead Professional Development Phase coach at Rotherham United. As a player, he played as a Midfielder from 2000 to 2015, he came through the youth academy at Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur and was promoted to the club's first team during the 2000–01 season, but after loans to both Peterborough United and Bristol Rovers he was released in 2002 without playing a first team game for the club. He spent two years with Leyton Orient before joining Lincoln City for the 2004–05 season, he was loaned out to Cambridge United that season but ended up suffering relegation to the Conference National with Cambridge while his parent club lost out on promotion in the League Two Play-off final. Following a trial he signed for Grimsby Town the following season and remained with The Mariners for three seasons and suffered a play-off final defeat in his first year whilst finishing joint top scorer in his second season. In the summer of 2008 he joined Rochdale and was part of the side that earned promotion to League One during the 2009–10 campaign.
He left the club shortly afterwards to pursue other interests and moved into Non-league football for the first time in his career by signing for Conference North sides Harrogate Town, a year Guiseley. He remained clubless for the entire 2012–13 season to pursue a career in coaching and joined the coaching staff at Rotherham United before returning to playing at the age of 32 when he signed with Gainsborough Trinity in September 2013 combining, both and coaching, he moved up the ranks at Rotherham United from Under 15 to Under 18 coach in the space of 5 years and is the Lead Professional Development Phase Coach. He has earned two caps in 2003 for Northern Ireland, before that he earned 17 caps, scoring once for the Northern Ireland U21 side. Toner was promoted to the first team setup at White Hart Lane at the beginning of the 2000–01 season, he failed to make an appearance for the club in his two seasons at the Premiership outfit, but spent time on loan with Peterborough United and Bristol Rovers, before being released at the end of the 2001–02 season.
His next port of call was to sign with Leyton Orient. He made his debut for the Brisbane Road club on the opening day of the 2002–03 season, with a 3–2 victory over Macclesfield Town. Toner went on to make just over 60 appearances for the club in his two-season stay, he scored twice, his first coming in a 1–1 away draw with Hull City on 31 August 2002. While with Orient, Toner impressed enough to be called up to the Northern Ireland international team, where he played in two games, against Spain and Italy. At the start of the 2004–05 season, Toner was signed by Lincoln City manager Keith Alexander on a one-year deal, he became a first team regular at Sincil Bank, scoring vital goals in victories over the club's rivals Grimsby Town and Mansfield Town. Toner made 17 appearances for The Imps, scoring twice, before being loaned out to Cambridge United that season. Toner made eight appearances for United, the club were relegated from the Football League at the end of the season. During July 2005, Toner joined up with Grimsby Town on an initial trial period he was one of many players on trial at the club that summer and was invited by the club to take part in their pre-season British Army boot camp.
Shortly before the start of the season Town manager Russell Slade rewarded Toner with a one-year contract, to which he accepted. In his first season with Grimsby Toner found it hard to break up Slade's favoured central midfield role of Paul Bolland and Jean-Paul Kamudimba Kalala, it wasn't until Kalala joined up with the DR Congo international side for the African Nations Cup midway through the 2005–06 season that Toner began to find his feet in the first team. Toner, would lose his place again when Slade signed Curtis Woodhouse in the January transfer window. Grimsby would go on to defeat former side Lincoln City in the Play-off semi-finals before losing out in the final at the Millennium Stadium to Cheltenham Town, Toner however was an unused substitute in the final. In his second season at Blundell Park, Toner finished joint top scorer with eight goals, as he played a large part in keeping Alan Buckley's side in the Football League. Toner was rewarded and signed a new two-year deal in the summer of 2007.
On 26 June 2008 it was confirmed that Toner would leave the club after agreeing with the club to cancel his contract, despite having one year remaining on the deal. While at Grimsby, Toner managed to score some important goals, two of them goals came against his former side Lincoln City, in the clubs local derbys. One of them came in a 3–0 home win for The Mariners in 2005, while the other came in a 2–1 away win for Grimsby in 2007, he had scored in 2004 for Lincoln in the same fixture. After his release from Grimsby, he signed a deal with fellow League Two side Rochdale, he did not feature in Rochdale's first game of the season, against former club Grimsby Town at Blundell Park and instead, Toner made his debut against Oldham Athletic in the League Cup and throughout the 2008–09 season he became a first team regular featuring alongside veteran Gary Jones in the centre of midfield. Toner became an integral part of the Dale side by making 37 appearances and scoring a wonder strike against Aldershot Town.
Rochdale lost out in the final. Toner had a race to be fit for the opening day of the 2009–10 football season after having problems with his ear drum in Rochdale's pre-season training camp in Marbella before suffering from shin splints which made him miss the rest of Rochdale's pre season matc
Jeffrey J. Clarke is the current Executive Chairman at FTD LLC. Clarke first attended SUNY Geneseo for undergraduate studies and earned a master's degree in business administration from Northeastern University in 1985. Clarke was hired by Digital Equipment Corporation in 1985, came to Compaq when it purchased DEC in 1998. Compaq appointed him as chief financial officer in March 2001, he was executive vice president of global operations for HP. Clarke was named chief operating officer for CA in April 2004. Clarke was promoted to chief executive officer and president of Cendant's travel distribution services in April 2006. Clarke next served as the Chairman of Travelport, Inc. a private, travel technology firm, where he served as CEO from 2006 to 2011, after leading its sale from Cendant Corporation to the Blackstone Group for US$4.3 billion in 2006. As Travelport CEO, he reorganized the company around three brands, engineered the acquisition of Worldspan and coordinated the sale of Orbitz Worldwide in an initial public offering on July 20, 2007.
On March 12, 2014, he was named member of the Board of Directors of Kodak. Clarke announced his departure from Kodak on February 20, 2019. Clarke was announced on November 2017 as having joined the Docker board of directors. Clarke was announced on August 2019 as having joined FTD LLC as the new Executive Chairman. Clarke was a member of the Red Hat board of directors, he served as a director for Compuware Corporation, an enterprise software company, from 2013 to 2014. In March 2016, Clarke joined the board of directors at Autodesk, a multinational software corporation, for three months. Clarke was chairman of the board of Orbitz Worldwide from 2007–2014. Clarke has served on the Geneseo Foundation Board of Directors, where he delivered the address for the college’s 145th undergraduate commencement. Clarke is a member of the Board of Trustees of Northeastern University. Kodak Jeff Clarke Kodak Bio Travelport Jeff Clarke Travelport Bio The Blackstone Group Compuware
Route 217 is a state highway in central Connecticut, running from Route 66 in Middlefield to Route 372 in Cromwell. The route serves the Westfield section of the city of Middletown. Route 217 begins as Ballfall Road at an intersection with Route 66 in northeastern Middlefield, it heads north. In Middletown, it continues north across the western part of the city, intersecting with Country Club Road, which leads to I-91 and several golf courses. North of Country Club Road, the road name changes to East Street and continues north through the Westfield neighborhood of Middletown, it soon crosses the Mattabessett River into the town of Cromwell, where it promptly ends 90 yards at an intersection with Route 372. Modern Route 217 was designated in 1963. Prior to that, an older Route 217 existed since 1935 along Jackson Hill Road between Middlefield center and Route 66. In 1960, the state took over the maintenance of the roads used by modern Route 217 but remained unsigned; as part of the 1962 Route Reclassification Act, Jackson Hill road was turned over to the town.
The Route 217 designation was applied to the Ballfall Road/East Street alignment. Route 217 has had no major changes since; the entire route is in Middlesex County
Dominik Knoll is an active real estate investor. He was the CEO of the World Trade Center New Orleans from May 2010 to December 2016. Dominik Knoll received his MBA from the Freeman School of Business and studied at the Warwick Business School and Purdue University. In addition, he holds a Master of Science degree in Management from the School of Management at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, he has been a guest at conferences such as the Clinton Global Initiative and the World Economic Forum. Knoll is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and has been featured in several national and international publications including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, China Daily, others. Knoll serves on the boards of Congressman Steve Scalise's Energy Advisory Group, French American Chamber of Commerce, Italy-America Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana, Loyola University International Business Council, was appointed by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal to the Louisiana Board of International Commerce.
He serves as an executive advisor on the Council on Competitiveness U. S. Manufacturing Competitiveness Initiative and a steering committee member for the Campaign to Fix the Debt. In 2013, Knoll was recognized as one of the 10 most distinguished Italians living and working in the U. S. by the Italy America Chamber of Commerce. Knoll was featured in New Orleans Magazine's 2010 "People to Watch" article. In 2007, he published his Master's Thesis as a book in German: Unternehmensnetzwerke: Erfolgreich einem Netzwerk - Cluster beitreten, at the self-publishing publisher VDM, Saarbruecken. Dominik Knoll Export Statistics