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.
NYC set a one-day, all-time subway ridership record. Texans got a glimpse of a planned Dallas-to-Houston high-speed rail route. And: flight attendants could soon be wearing technology.
The auto industry is facing a safety crisis. China wants to sell high-speed trains to California. And: how have labor unions fared since the 2005 NYC transit strike?
The Governor announced a design competition to improve LaGuardia and JFK Airports — and how we get to them.
Chicago's yellow light intervals are under scrutiny. New Jersey's transportation commissioner wants a "revenue enhancer." And: in 1927, Brooklyn installed a giant Death-O-Meter.
A well-known advocate of public transportation, Ronan was key to the expansion of transit options in the New York metropolitan area.
Chicago wants to develop a smartphone app for transit fare payment. Golden Gate buses will be running today. An Ebola-themed travel ban wouldn't work. And: meet D.C.'s bike whisperer.
You avoid grabbing the pole. You use hand sanitizer liberally. But should you worry about Ebola underground?
A hearing ostensibly about a change to NYC's for-hire vehicle dispatch rules was really about something else: the future of the industry.
California's high-speed rail project just won a big legal victory. The Keystone XL may be stalled, but oil is booming. And: we need to review guidelines about Ebola and airplanes.
Officials are trying to get the word out about the city's speed limit change. But they know it will take more than flyers and ads to make New Yorkers drive slower.
Newark will get its first 'happy street sign' today. Hailo is leaving North America. And: domestic oil production is booming, but regulators aren't.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission is floating a proposal that would require the city's 7,000 taxicabs to do what has made Uber so popular: use an app that allows riders to e-hail them.
Seattle now has bike share. Sri Lanka is reopening a war-torn train line. Meet the man the NY Post is calling a 'subterranean seducer.' And: should oil be less flammable?
An elderly woman was struck by a jeep on Canal Street early Tuesday morning. So far, half the people killed in traffic collisions this year have been pedestrians.
MTA Chairman Tom Prendergast told NTSB investigators that traffic control staff worked without a day off for weeks.
After two pedestrian deaths on the park's loop road, ideas range from a car ban to flashing lights in crosswalks.