Today's election will not only decide the future composition of Congress, but big transportation issues in states across the country.
The U.N. released a dire report about greenhouse gas emissions. Halloween is grisly for pedestrians. And: that no-fly zone in Ferguson this summer was set up to keep media out.
1,249 passengers have had enhanced Ebola screening at 5 U.S. airports. N.J. stays mum about crude oil rail shipments. And: a dismal NYC subway station is getting a one-day makeover.
The construction drill bit pierced the ceiling of a subway tunnel in Queens, coming into contact with an occupied train a short distance away from a station platform.
After a bus killed a 23-year-old woman at a Queens intersection, the DOT redesigned the streets for better safety. And now, a bus has killed a man at the same spot.
Canada is stepping up oil shipment safeguards. Democratic districts won more federal transportation grants. A Celtic rode Boston's T. And the real star of the World Series? Chevy guy.
Uber is not going anywhere. That was the message from the D.C. Council, which voted 12-1 to legalize and regulate ridesharing apps like UberX, Lyft and Sidecar.
Citi Bike expands, slowly. Chicago bridges will close for tightrope walking. The hunt for Uber's unicorn. And, a street harassment journey through New York City.
New York City's troubled blue bike share system has a white knight. That means more bikes, more neighborhoods—and a higher cost of membership.
The NTSB will releases the likely causes behind five recent Metro-North incidents today. Also coming up today: big Citi Bike news. And: photos from the 110th anniversary of NYC's subway.
Mayor Bill de Blasio signed legislation Monday lowering the speed on most city streets from 30 miles an hour to 25, starting November 7.
The Grand Central of downtown will open to passengers in November, providing a light-infused entrance to nine separate subway lines in Lower Manhattan.
The number of bicyclists killed in crashes with cars is on the rise, according to a new report, reversing a downward trend going back three decades. But is it actually more dangerous?
A 50-year flight attendant looks back. A Citi Bike gets doubled-up. People still don't like the TSA. And Philly transit workers move closer to a strike.
Two years after Sandy, the MTA's sealed two subway tunnels under the East River (at least theoretically), but has lots of other work to do.
D.C. officials said a conflict with the D.C. Council over funding would likely cut the planned 22-mile system by more than half.
No, you won't catch Ebola on the NYC subway. A bike share unicorn has been set free in Boston. The Taxi of Tomorrow is back in court. And: Maryland has plenty of subway drivers.
San Francisco may toll pedestrians and cyclists on the Golden Gate Bridge. Ford is adding pedestrian detection technology to vehicles. And: a runaway sheep disrupted Metro-North trains.
The U.S. is now limiting entry to the U.S. for people from Ebola-affected nations and they'll soon have to self-monitor for symptoms.
If you were in New York City on September 23, chances are good you rode the subway.