To the delight of D.C.'s cycling community, the District Department of Transportation is photographing -- and tweeting -- pictures of scofflaw cars that use dedicated bike lanes as parking spaces.
D.C.'s first streetcar line in 50 years may be ready for passengers service by spring or early summer of next year, but an exact date remains elusive.
Tuesday's election wasn't good to the former head of New York's MTA ...or Cincinnati's streetcar project. Chicago is refusing to pay Ventra contractors until the kinks in the fare payment system are ironed out. And: semi-autonomous pod cars are coming to a U.K. town.
Citi Bike's tens of thousands of annual members have ridden nearly 10 million miles in five months -- without a fatality.
Cabbies rallied outside D.C.'s city hall Tuesday, demanding a meeting with Mayor Vincent Gray as they fight for more representation on the city's Taxicab Commission.
Las Vegas residents are rallying for pedestrian safety. Detroit's bus system is limping along. European airlines may rethink electronic device rules. Philadelphia's top transit cop knows a thing or two about the amusing hash tag. And: San Francisco's bike share is expanding.
After examining hundreds of complaints from disabled passengers, the Department of Transportation is fining US Airways $1.2 million for "egregious violations" at airports in Philadelphia and Charlotte.
A much-heralded electric bus company in California is paying some workers less than minimum wage. Americans are buying pickups and SUVs at pre-recession levels. Hoboken's bike share pilot is ending. And: an alligator was found under an escalator at O'Hare.
A dedicated source of revenue for the state's transit system is just a gubernatorial signature away.
A day after an emotionally brutal hearing about New York City's speed limit -- which highlighted the toll vehicle deaths take upon families -- a former city official explained one reason parking ticket enforcement is more common than speeding tickets.
D.C.'s new Metro cars are "a complete departure" from what transit riders have seen for the last four decades, according to the agency's chief.
Chicago transit riders are venting their Ventra rage on employees. Cash for clunkers wasn't worth it, says a new study. New Jersey's newest senator is joining the transportation committee. And: Texas gave its blessing to another toll road.
Federal dollars flowed today toward building a new Tappan Zee Bridge. But much of that money may ultimately be paid back by drivers.
The FAA today said today that passengers can keep their electronic devices on during take off and landing.
And then there were five: of the eight payment service providers D.C. approved to supply credit card systems to city taxis, three have faced significant problems. Now, the lawsuits are beginning.
Oil companies are hedging their Keystone XL bets and building rail links to move oil from Canada to the U.S. The FAA's implementation of Next Gen is hitting more turbulence. Watch a video of people making NYC subway conductors point at things. And: drive while wearing Google Glass, get a ...
Following a recent one-two strike punch from BART workers, a labor dispute is also roiling AC Transit bus workers. But unlike train employees, the sticking point for bus workers involves healthcare, not wages. Now, bus workers and management have two months to reach a resolution.
Phoenix's grid system is the inspiration behind the name of its new regional bike share program. But the bike's green color: that's more neon, less cactus.
D.C. cabbies -- frustrated with a spate of city mandates requiring drivers to modernize their vehicles -- have voted to unionize.