The future of California's high-speed rail project is in doubt after judge halted the sale of $8 billion in bonds to fund it. The idea of tolling NYC's East River bridges is once again percolating in the political subconscious. And: welcome to Hoboken, a city of 15,000 parking permits -- ...
As Washington becomes the first city in the U.S. to deploy cameras to catch drivers who run stop signs and crosswalks, block the box, and drive oversized or overweight commercial vehicles in residential neighborhoods, safety researchers are launching a study to measure the new ...
Roadways around New York City schools could be getting a little bumpier.
New Jersey legislators are grilling top officials at the Port Authority about a decision to close local lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge in September that backed up traffic for days through Fort Lee.
Calling it "a gift to the city," a group of activists changed the speed limit in Park Slope this weekend by hanging rogue 20 mph speed limit signs along Prospect Park West.
New Jersey lawmakers are questioning why the Port Authority closed the local lanes to the George Washington Bridge in early September.
Lanes were closed for nearly a week -- without any notice to the public, elected officials, or law enforcement.
State lawmakers Monday plan to question Port Authority leaders about ...
The NJ State Assembly has respectfully requested the presence of several Port Authority officials today. A self-proclaimed "transit racer" is trying to set a record for riding Boston's T. Complaints about bus drivers are on the rise in the Twin Cities. And: opposition to cell phones on planes is growing.
Citi Bike will not be growing any time soon. Six months after the launch of the popular bike sharing program, the New York City Department of Transportation isn't saying when a promised expansion into parts of Brooklyn and Queens will happen.
Would you race around an elderly woman en route to the elevator, cut her off, then gleefully shut the door in her face? Then don't do it in a crosswalk with a car. You can't get a ticket for the former -- but starting soon, in D.C. you'll get one ...
You know the marathon as an iconic New York City event -- but for New York's MTA, the first Sunday in November is the "most prominent day of the year...(for) the nation's longest suspension bridge."
Say goodbye to dim station lighting and ratty carpet in Metro trains.
A New Jersey State Assembly committee has "invited" Port Authority executives to testify about lane closures at the George Washington Bridge. Houston wants to reimagine its entire bus system. NYC's TLC wants e-hail approved. And: yes, that is a diaper-wearing goat in the back of Jose Canseco's car.
The rise of the “sharing economy” is disrupting many industries -- especially the taxi industry. That's extremely apparent in San Francisco, where app-based ride-service startups threaten an entrenched business model, and traditional cab drivers worry they're being left behind.
If you were in New York City on Thursday, October 24th, chances are you rode the subway. You weren't alone.
Metro carries half of all people heading downtown on 16th Street, but the already-crowded buses must compete with cars. Now, D.C. is looking at ways to speed buses along -- including giving drivers the ability to change traffic lights.
New York's subway system broke a record last month. London's Underground will begin running 24 hours a day on weekends. A new bill would require Amtrak to have a pet car. A new rule would require some buses to have seat belts. And: NYC's bike share could have some competition.
Bill de Blasio has released the names of his full transition committee, and while education, health care, media and the arts are well-represented, there's one category that just...isn't.
You wish your state lobbies as effectively for federal transportation dollars as Utah does. Wichita's transit system is about to run out of money. Pedestrian deaths are on the rise in Las Vegas -- and police and drivers blame jaywalking. And: the NJ Turnpike may privatize toll collection.
The Silver Spring Transit Center, years behind schedule and about $15 million over budget, finally may be ready to open to the public next year after additional repair work, Montgomery County, Md. officials announced on Tuesday.
A contender for New York's top police job says traffic fatalities can be decreased the same way homicides were.