After two years of occasionally rancorous negotiations, the MTA and the union representing 34,000 transit workers have announced a tentative deal to give the rank-and-file 2 percent raises in each of the next three years. That's on top of a retroactive 1 percent raise that covers the last two years....
New York City should do "whatever it takes" to keep Citi Bike going. The freight rail industry will miss a major safety deadline. There may still be survivors in the capsized Korean ferry. And local officials want free wifi at JFK and LaGuardia.
The chief financial officer of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is resigning to take a job in the private sector.
Cities with lower fatality rates were Boston, Seattle, Washington DC, Colorado Springs and San Francisco.
Hundreds are feared dead after a ferry sank off the coast of Korea. Pushed out of NJ Transit, a train executive heads to Metro-North. The nation's highway fund may go bankrupt late this summer. Philly gets its overnight trains back. And two clowns promise to stop performing in the subway.
The Pulaski shutdown was not Carmageddon. The police car that hit a pedestrian Sunday may not have had sirens on. Seattle Uber drivers consider unionizing. America could get levitating trains. And Tie the train dog got adopted.
The company behind much of Citi Bike’s hardware and software has a new owner.
A pedestrian was struck by a police car uptown Sunday. The Pulaski Skyway is closed to Manhattan. Bankrupt bikeshare company Bixi finds a new owner. And the Netherlands is testing glow-in-the-dark road markings.
The winning bid for Montreal's bike share system will be unveiled today. MARTA trains and buses will start running more frequently in May. And: how to spot a skimming device on a NYC MetroCard machine.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx is launching a national bus tour to highlight the need for infrastructure investment.
Toyota is recalling over 6 million cars. MTA police officers were reunited with a dog they rescued. The Twin Cities' biggest transit project received a key approval. And: a Detroit business group is taking on some of that city's broken streetlights.
The D.C. region's Silver Line is approaching an important milestone — again.
A thoroughfare that runs through Brooklyn and Queens is getting the Vision Zero treatment.