Atlanta's transit system has cancelled all bus service today due to weather. No, Governor Christie did not fly over the George Washington Bridge during those lane closures in September. The auto industry made jaywalking illegal. And: how your commute affects your well-being.
Falling ice from the World Trade Center caused big problems for PATH riders for the second time in five days.
The chairman of the Port Authority knows how to work his connections. Where San Francisco's tech buses roam, affluence follows. MARTA's chief says he wants to expand the system. And: the secret behind Dutch speed skating dominance is...growing up with bikes.
It's a high-order skill of the veteran NYC straphanger: boarding a subway train at the exact car and door that will disgorge you at the other end, close to your connecting train or station exit.
When it comes to fatal crashes in New York state, drivers are charged about 5% of the time. D.C.'s Metro could take control of the new Silver Line this month. California's governor is trying to will his state's high-speed rail line into existence. And: the homeless population is soaring in NYC's subways.
A new bike study finds more women are riding bikes, and that Citi Bike users are safer riders than other cyclists.
Drivers are no doubt toasting Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposal to lower tolls on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge from $6 to $5.50 per round trip for E-Z Pass users. But it's also the latest move by Cuomo to take money from mass transit.
One of D.C.'s most popular bike paths has fallen into disrepair, say advocates, who complain no progress has been made on the trail since 2011. Now they're trying to jumpstart the work.
Vice President Joe Biden said NYC's LaGuardia Airport reminded him of "some third-world country." New Jersey's State Senate will hold hearings on a panoply of NJ Transit missteps. The oldest human footprints outside of African have been discovered in England. And Bertha, Seattle's tunneling machine, is still not moving.
If the MTA approves Governor Cuomo's proposal, some Staten Island residents and businesses would pay less to cross the bridge.
Concerns about passenger safety are prompting officials to take a long look at ride sharing apps.
New York -- walloped by one storm after another -- now has a salt shortage. Chicago's transit system needs a reboot. Staten Islanders are getting toll breaks. Houston is testing a new light rail line. And: a huge storm has washed away part of U.K.'s most beautiful rail route.
Several of the city's most prominent transportation thinkers mulled over some of the city's most challenging transportation issues in a free-ranging conversation that covered a lot of ground: millennials moving away from car ownership, 'fair' pricing as the new congestion pricing, and who to blame if your MTA train is late.
Months after new city regulations began requiring D.C.'s taxicabs to accept credit card payments, many drivers still flout the law.
San Francisco is experiencing a spike in pedestrian deaths, and politicians are vowing a 'vision zero' approach. That bag you paid $25 to check cost the airline $2 in jet fuel. NYC's bike share program is boosting the percentage of female riders. And: the racial divide in child car seat usage.