A reporter filmed the NYC mayor's car speeding and violating traffic law, two days after his Vision Zero reveal. Southern California's commuter rail system is the first in the country to get positive train control. Montana's traffic fatality rate is the nation's third worst. And: New York's homeless-in-subways crackdown begins Monday.
Hoboken, Jersey City and Weehawken are partnering up to launch a regional bike sharing program this summer.
Mayor de Blasio took to the streets of Maspeth Queens, shovel in hand, to face a familiar foe.
The head of the D.C. Taxicab Commission says a significant number of cab drivers are still refusing to accept their passengers' credit cards. And now one city council member says her daughter was locked in a taxi over a payment dispute.
New York's congressional delegation wants to avert a LIRR strike. California's Democratic lieutenant governor is breaking ranks and yanking his support of high-speed rail. Winter weather has dealt Chicago's commuter rail system a heavy blow. And: a look at Cambodia's transit systems, both old and new.
From increasing speeding enforcement at the precinct level (8) to creating an honor roll of safe cab drivers (51), New York City agencies have come together to craft a comprehensive street safety blueprint.
The National Transportation Safety Board, which is investigating December's deadly Metro-North derailment, is recommending the MTA install cameras in train cabs and make its speed limit signage permanent.
As part of its investigation into a deadly December crash, the NTSB is recommending that Metro-North install cameras in its trains. Forty thousand tons of New Jersey road salt are stuck in Maine. Chicago's subways are being wired for 4G. And: check out a map of what L.A.'s subway system could look like in 2040.
In his first interview since taking office, Virginia's new transportation secretary talks about his priorities—and says he supports a new bill that places public transit on equal footing with highways.
NYC's mayor will announce his 'Vision Zero' plan for pedestrian safety today. The embattled head of NJ Transit could be on his way out. Atlanta's tough winter might -- might -- mean state funding for MARTA. And: Newark Airport's light fixtures are watching you.
Traffic engineers often refer to things like speed bumps and pedestrian islands as 'traffic calming' measures. On Sunday, activists took to one particularly troublesome intersection and employed a different method of street soothing -- one that involved the judicious application of Valentines and hot chocolate.
The MTA's long-awaited touchscreen maps are being installed at key stations throughout the subway system—and now 18 of them are at Grand Central Terminal.
The Bridgegate subpoenas have widened to include -- wait for it -- the ARC tunnel. Airlines have canceled a record number of flights this winter. Los Angeles is piloting a 'bike friendly business district.' And listen to the mysterious howling sound that woke up St. Paul residents.
Metro's plans call for a series of upgrades to rail service through 2025, but whether the plans come to fruition depends on the transit agency receiving local and federal funding. And that's far from guaranteed.
The icy embrace of winter has enveloped the East Coast. NYC may open more traffic crash data. The touch-screen subway map has arrived. And: why the Dutch love U.S. speedskater Shani Davis. (It's mostly about his skill--but a little bit about bikes.)
Gov. Andrew Cuomo engaged in his most extensive back and forth to date with reporters about the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal that has engulfed his counterpart in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie.
Cuomo and Christie jointly run the entity that oversees the bridge, the Port Authority, but Cuomo has ...