L.A. politicians' continued preference for rail projects is screwing over the bus riders who depend on transit the most.
The FBI raided the house of D.C. City Councilman and Metro board member Jack Evans as part of a federal grand jury investigation.
"When you bow to these woke scolds, they accept it as weakness."
L.A. Officials Use Olympics as Cover to Spend $26 Billion on Transit Projects That Have Little to Do With the Games
The government suggestsnew taxes on ridesharing and electric scooters to pay for them.
The nation's most transit-dependent city has one of its worst performing transit systems.
Legalized pot is great. Taxing it to pay for public transit is not.
The idea of decriminalizing fare evasion pits civil liberties advocates against the needs of a (partially) user-funded transit system.
Metro General Manager says younger riders want an "experience" akin to Whole Foods.
After Millions of Dollars Spent and Hundreds of New Lane Miles Built, Bike Ridership Is Down Across America
The 2017 American Community Survey finds the number of people biking to work is falling nationwide.
The transit center will remain closed through the end of next week.
Other subway systems have managed to maintain or even gain riders since Uber and Lyft launched. Why is the D.C. Metro losing them?
The new scanners will prove just as effective as TSA airport security.
Washington D.C.'s rail transit system is increasingly irrelevant to the city it's supposed to serve.
Nashville Government Employees Tasked With Impounding Dockless E-Scooters Caught Riding Them Instead
The city's scooter cops can't help but ride the very scooters they're supposed to be saving the city from.
The District is trying desperately to shore up funding for its increasingly unpopular rail system.
The attempt to boost minority cycling rates is more about paternalistic nitpicking than social justice.
The paper found city officials have spent $330 million and don't have much to show for it.
Those taxes will fund the D.C. subway system, and that councilman just so happens to be chairman of the system's board of directors.
America's paper of record demands an end to transit innovation.
Australians Want Light Rail Contractor to Quit Climate Crusade, Get Back to Building Overbudget, Overdue Light Rail Line
The Spanish firm Acciona greenwashes a troubled light rail extension.
Fewer people are willing to pay a premium to live near a subway stop as public transportation stumbles and ride-sharing offers better options.
California Gov. Jerry Brown Called Gas Tax Opponents 'Freeloaders.' Now He's Spending Billions of Their Money to Fund Transit They Don't Use.
$2.4 billion of new gas tax revenue will go to light rail and electric bus networks.
Project managers say resealing and replacing the panels will not delay the project further.
Beset By Homelessness, Rising Rents, Nightmarish Traffic, San Francisco Cracks Down on Dockless Scooters
Bay City residents, politicians should be more chill about electric scooters.
City's new bus system comes with 24-7 camera feeds.
The union's sock-puppet account was discovered yesterday and has since been deleted.
Are the endtimes nigh for public transit?
Another transit project's costs go off the rails.
Why don't "we" build anything anymore? Because corrupt unions and politicians recognize a guaranteed payday when they see it
Rep. Barbara Comstock Metro reform bill offers good ideas but comes at a hefty price.
That is the definition of throwing the baby out with the bath water.
Transportation innovation is seeing more people flee outdated public transit.
Quentin Kopp convinced voters to approve the project. Now he's suing to kill it.
The cost overruns do not reflect well on the agency's ability to complete a $54 billion project on time and on budget.
Never trust the sticker price on billion dollar rail projects.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposed tax will not address the root problems of his city's transit crisis.
...and put up a parking garage
The D.C. Metro has perfected the art of replicating the traffic woes above ground in the tunnels below.
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A new trial from the ridesharing app could change the way mass transit works.
This after heavy-handed regulations pushed Uber out of the same market last year.
Bomb threats, broken ticket kiosks, and contract disputes with streetcar managers have plagued Cincinnati Bell Connector's opening week.