Arthur and August, the subway-delaying felines whose escapades briefly halted service at one Brooklyn station this summer, have been adopted.
The BART strike stressed other Bay Area transit agencies. Removing a toll on a Georgia highway is expected to dramatically increase traffic. Paris turned a roadway along the Seine into pedestrian space. And: what New York's MTA is doing to protect the subway from the next Sandy.
The two main candidates for New York City mayor are apparently united in ambivalence over the Times Square pedestrian plaza. Los Angeles city council staffers kept quiet about the rise in streetcar costs. Detroit's streetlights are in bad shape. And: Manhattan's gas stations are dwindling.
What does it take to repair a subway tunnel that was inundated with 27 million gallons of salt water? Watch and see.
New Jersey's transportation funding woes are only getting worse. D.C.'s air quality is getting better. The U.S. Senate will hold a hearing on Metro-North's recent power outage. And: wondering where all the people in Houston are? Check the city's underground tunnel system.
It's day four of the BART strike. Meanwhile, a BART train killed two track workers this weekend. Chicago wants bidders on a $2 billion rail contract to disclose a jobs plan. Detroit bus drivers could be calling in sick today. And: why does one New Yorker hate bike share? Because it's so blue.
The so-called subway kittens -- who caused train service to be briefly halted in Brooklyn earlier this year -- are now old enough to be adopted. But get in line: the duo already have a long list of suitors.
BART trains are rolling...for now. Houston's mayor wants complete streets. San Francisco subway riders were too focused on their phones to notice a passenger waving a gun. And: a map of where -- and when -- climate change will hit first.
A New York City Council committee hearing that was convened to discuss bills about street safety highlighted the NYPD's reluctance to make more traffic crash data publicly available.
With the BART strike deadline looming, both sides are still at odds. A bill to license bicyclists in Georgia died in committee. The future of NYC's taxis could get a lot more hybrid. DOT head Anthony Foxx is maintaining social media silence during the shutdown. And: Betty White stars in a new flight safety video.
NJ Governor Christie's Democratic opponent says he needs to "man up" and take responsibility for a host of issues -- including getting to the bottom of what happened to New Jersey Transit's trains during Sandy
D.C.'s Metro is short $74 million due to the shutdown. Boston school buses are rolling again. BART unions aren't ruling out a strike for this Friday. Check out some photos of NYC subway conductors. And: the word 'epic' gets thrown around a lot, but it definitely fits this Swedish bus commercial.
A New York State Supreme Court justice has struck down New York City's "Taxi of Tomorrow" plan, invalidating one of Mayor Bloomberg's signature initiatives.
How quickly did people flock to a newly pedestrianized Times Square, after New York City revamped it four years ago? "We put out the orange barrels and people just materialized into the street," said NYC DOT head Janette Sadik-Khan. "It was like a Star Trek episode."
BART workers did not issue a 72-hour strike notice. Boston unveiled the winner of its transit map redesign. NYC is installing speed bumps at a record pace. Dallas fined the company that took over its paratransit service because it failed to meet performance goals. And: states, weed and the TSA.
The chair of the New Jersey Assembly's transportation committee says he has yet to get the answers he wants from New Jersey Transit about its performance during Sandy -- and he plans to probe officials at an upcoming hearing.
Real-time bus arrival information is now available for MTA's Manhattan bus routes.
Another BART strike could happen this week. The NTSB says it can't investigate a D.C. Metro death because of the furlough. Hudson Yards developers are excited about the #7 extension in Manhattan. And: Shanghai's transit system is bracing for a typhoon.
Following a power outage that has curtailed service on the nation's most heavily traveled commuter rail line, New York's MTA says it will reimburse ticket holders.