The city's Board of Supervisors has proposed creating an Office of Emergent Technology to regulate new inventions using public spaces.
It took the TSA multiple weeks to complete its review and conclude that Coke bottles are not a tool of terrorism.
Reps. Earl Blumenauer and Thomas Massie have introduced a bill that would cut federal airport spending while giving airports more freedom to raise their money.
L.A. politicians' continued preference for rail projects is screwing over the bus riders who depend on transit the most.
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.
The Trump Administration has cut off funding for the budget-busting boondoggle.
State leaders cannot seem to let a bad project die.
These citizen meter maids would be empowered to ticket drivers for parking in bike lanes
This is not the first time a tweet from the Sergeants Benevolent Association has courted controversy.
From high-speed rail to rural broadband, Klobuchar's supposedly bold policy framework reads like a retread of policies pushed by Democrats and Trump.
State lawmakers are warming to the idea of congestion pricing.
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.
One California legislator wants to combat global warming with more roadways.
A corrupt boondoggle that broke the bank for subsidized middle-class trips would not have been the flagship for a greener America.
INRIX's 2018 Global Traffic Scorecard highlights the need for congestion pricing and new lanes to combat rush hour traffic.
The companies argue that the pay regulations are irrational and anti-competitive.
To Protect Some Cab Drivers, San Francisco Will Stop Other Taxis from Picking Up Customers at the Airport
The rule will prohibit taxis from picking up passengers at the airport unless they purchase a $250,000 permit.
It's time to remove this vital function from the government budget.
The swashbuckling Southwest Airlines honcho is dead at 87.
Californians pay some of the highest gas taxes for some of the worst-maintained roads in the country.
Regulatory Hysteria About Children, Driverless Cars Combines to Shut Down Autonomous School Bus Project
The shuttle traveled eight miles per hour down a three-block route one day a week.
The agency and the anti-repeal coalition discussed events, social media posts, and congressional Republicans in vulnerable races.
L.A. Mayor Says Gas Taxes Are Needed to Fix Roads While Standing in Front of Rail Station Funded By Gas Taxes
Opponents of reducing California's gasoline tax are talking out of both sides of their mouths.
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.
A ballot initiative planned for 2020 would let voters kill the overbudgeted, underfunded, behind-schedule monstrosity.
What are necessary public safety protections in calm weather become life-threatening red tape when disaster strikes.
San Francisco Continues to Give Middle Finger to E-Scooters, Rejects Permit Applications for Lime, Bird, Others
But the rest of the country is embracing the latest transportation craze.
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 days of a free market in ride sharing are over in America's largest city.
Dallas Mayor Blames Bike-Sharing Company for Recycling Bikes After City's New Fees Killed Bike-Sharing
Those bikes could still be on the road if Dallas hadn't demanded an $800 registration fee and $21 per bike.
Washington D.C.'s rail transit system is increasingly irrelevant to the city it's supposed to serve.
As the New York Subway Melts Down, the City Moves to Cap the Number of Ubers and Lyfts on the Streets
Making the Big Apple less mobile.
Residents continue riding the scooters in a stirring display of civil disobedience.
The state quietly ordered a bridge under construction to be rebuilt due to "signs of distress."
Bay City bureaucrats are uncomfortable with permissionless innovation.
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.
"We want big poppa paying attention to us," Gene Freidman once told Reason. "I want the government...protecting me."
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.
End the subsidies and raise the fare.
America's paper of record demands an end to transit innovation.
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.