Transit ridership, especially rail, has collapsed post-pandemic, but the Atlanta BeltLine Coalition says now is the time to take federal dollars and build a $2.5 billion streetcar.
A rider advocacy group says the Montreal's transit agency violated its free speech rights by refusing to run ads critical of recent fare hikes.
The decision against the rule hinged on whether the agency had the power it asserted.
St. Louis Taxpayers Paid a Lot To Run a Money-Losing Streetcar. It Could Cost Them Even More To Shut It Down.
The Federal Transit Administration says St. Louis officials either need to get its Loop Trolley back up and running or return $37 million in federal funds.
California, which offers some of the most generous pension benefits in the country to its public workers, apparently isn't paying them handsomely enough, the federal Department of Labor says.
Why hasn't a collapse in rail transit service produced nightmarish levels of traffic congestion? Thank working from home and flexible work schedules.
Joe Biden's $2 Trillion 'Infrastructure' Plan Doubles Down on Everything That Makes American Infrastructure Insanely Expensive
The president's speech outlining his American Jobs Plan was rich in ambition, but light on details.
Abolishing fares could lead to even more federal aid for L.A. Metro, which has already received a $861.9 million bailout this year.
Senate Republicans have proposed a far more modest reauthorization of federal surface transportation spending programs that are set to expire in September.
Man tackled, shot twice for crime of illegally shifting between train cars.
In a letter to Dame explaining why the ads had been rejected, the MTA cited longstanding rules against ads "promoting a sexually oriented business."
After state lawmakers boosted the gas tax with a promise to improve California streets, some cities are upsetting drivers by spending millions on so-called 'road diet' projects that reduce the number of lanes for motor vehicles.
City officials are perfectly willing to throw commuters under the bus
Neighborhood groups had sued to stop Musk's Boring Company from digging a tunnel underneath wealthy neighborhoods in West Los Angeles.
Gavin Newsom wants to build only the top half.
What could possibly go wrong?
But wait, it's even worse than that.
Other subway systems have managed to maintain or even gain riders since Uber and Lyft launched. Why is the D.C. Metro losing them?
Politicians reject a plan to expand bus service on a bus-only road, demanding instead that a light rail line be built alongside it.
The state quietly ordered a bridge under construction to be rebuilt due to "signs of distress."
UPDATED: Here's Why $19 Billion $43 BILLION Won't Fix New York's Subway—or Your Local Transit System
Until riders pay most of the cost of public transit and operators are directly answerable to their customers, nothing will get better.
End the subsidies and raise the fare.
Yikes! New Seattle Bike Lanes Were Supposed to Cost $860k per Mile. Some Are Costing $13 Million Instead.
Yet another Seattle transit project goes off the rails.
Members of both parties will fight tooth and nail to preserve their transportation pork.
In the waning days of 2017, the Trump administration pulled its support for the $13 billion Hudson Tunnel project.
And neither is mass transit
A new trial from the ridesharing app could change the way mass transit works.
California lawmakers are trying to dig a hole too big to fail.
Contract expired yesterday, union voted weeks ago to authorize strike.
Sound Transit is using the numbers to sell voters on $54 billion in new light rail spending.
Maybe it should, but that's not how government works.
The company is now offering to ferry workers (and their pets) to and from work for free.
Sound Transit might not be sound policy.
Bomb threats, broken ticket kiosks, and contract disputes with streetcar managers have plagued Cincinnati Bell Connector's opening week.
City leaders also want to build "glorified sidewalk" that will cost $4.8 billion.
Ask not for whom the bell tolls, mass transit agencies of America.
Mayor Garcetti's hopeless effort to rewrite history.
No tubes yet, but they're coming.
Turns out young people actually like driving.
A toxic work environment, unaccountable staff, and managers focused on microwaves and uniforms.
A project that "was ill-planned, ill-thought-out, ill-engineered, ill-everything."
D.C. residents breathed a sigh of relief when streetcars disappeared in 1962. Now they're back.