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Transport provider frankford transport center is in a tough spot with its contract with the French government.

The city’s largest carrier is a partner with the state-owned French company Thalys, but the government is seeking to renegotiate its deal with the company, which has no formal contract with Thalys.

In a letter to the carrier last week, Transport Minister Serge Goyenay said the government was “inconclusive” on whether the agreement with Thales would continue.

He said the city was “still waiting for the details” of the proposed contract, but added: “We are trying to negotiate and we are still looking for the answers.”

Goyenac’s letter came amid ongoing negotiations between Thalys and the state, which wants to renegotiated its contract to run Thalys in the city.

In July, Thalys announced it would not renew its contract for the next decade with the city, saying the current contract would not be renewed.

The state has not yet responded to the letter, but is expected to make a decision on the issue in the coming days.

Indiana transport center consolidates as new state agency to serve the transportation needs of rural residents

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s transportation center has consolidated into a new agency with more than 30 employees.

IndyTransport is now part of the new state Department of Transportation, which will be tasked with serving rural and underserved areas.

The state has no other agency dedicated to providing transportation services to rural residents.

The state agency is currently responsible for the following areas:Cars, buses, rail, trucks, and trailers.

Its role will be to assist in the implementation of the state’s “Smart Rural Plan” and to assist the public in getting and staying connected with transportation options.

Ithaca, N.Y. (CNN) The Indiana Department of Motor Vehicles has announced a new $8 million pilot program for a new transportation center in rural communities to provide services for residents in need.

The new center, called INDYTransport, will provide transportation services, including carpooling and shared-ride services, for rural residents who live near or travel through Indianapolis.

The center will be managed by the Indiana State Highway Patrol.

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard says the move to merge with another agency is part of a larger strategy to diversify the state.

We are not alone in having to work together.

We need to have our own agency, Ballard said at a press conference last month.

Indiana has a population of about 2.6 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

The population of Indianapolis is about 14% larger than that of the entire state of Wisconsin.

Some residents are wary of the move.

In the past, the Indiana Transportation Center has faced criticism for not providing more services to its rural residents, who were forced to drive hundreds of miles to get from the state to jobs.

Ballard has said the goal is to provide rural residents with transportation and jobs.