The NYPD is monitoring 500 subway cameras, 24/7. (WNYC)
Houston's Metro has been criticized for a lack of transparency. So it's now streaming board meetings live. (KUHF)
The New York Times wrote an editorial that's critical of the Koch brothers efforts to overturn California's clean energy law on the November ballot.
NJ Transit officials are in the hot seat for bad service this summer. Just how bad? "We encountered a series of events that caused 1,400 delays," says the executive director. (Asbury Park Press)
Also in New Jersey: the money that had been allocated for the rail tunnel under the Hudson River may be used to shore up the Transportation Trust Fund. (Star Ledger)
It's like magic: with a wave of your hand, you can ride the San Francisco Muni for free. D'OH! (San Francisco Weekly)
New York's state Public Transportation Safety Board wants subway motormen to have an early warning system to reduce track deaths. (NY Daily News)
And just in time for the UN General Assembly: it's Climate Week NYC, a series of events focused on global warming.