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The Jacksonville Transportation Authority held a groundbreaking ceremony for the JTAMobilityWorks Collins Road project.
The Thursday morning commute will be a lot more exciting than normal for some lucky MetroBus riders on September 21 thanks to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Motor Coach Industries has noted that Charlotte, North Carolina, is a city on the move, offering residents and visitors alike multiple public transportation options.
Community Transit will increase bus service by six percent starting Sunday, September 24.
A major change is coming to Presto cards for students in college or university.
WAGO has named Toby Thomann as president of North American headquarters in Germantown, Wisconsin.
The Amalgamated Transit Union is calling on the City of Thunder Bay to develop better processes and quicker responses for dealing with assaults on bus drivers.
Business consulting giant Accenture will announce on Wednesday it is adding more than 500 largely-tech related jobs in Atlanta over the next few years.
Chicago is about to introduce a multi-purpose municipal ID card that city officials insist is a first of its kind in the United States.
The annual TTC Forum on Accessible Transit drew about 300 people. Some concerns about the arrival of the new Family of Service Pilot Program, which merges Wheel-Trans and regular subways and buses.
The Shareholders' Committee of Voith Management GmbH has decided about the succession of Dr. Hubert Lienhard, long-standing president and CEO of the Management Board.
With summer squarely in the rearview mirror, the MBTA is turning its attention to winter and its ability to reliably operate services when the snow flies.
A woman was riding a Bay Area Rapid Transit train on Friday afternoon when someone behind her handed her an ominous note.
A company working to pioneer a technology its executives say will one day transport passengers at the speed of sound has chosen the Front Range as a possible site for one of its first lines.
More than 40 percent of the MBTA's bus routes in largely minority communities run a below-average number of buses -- compared to just 25 percent on so-called "non-minority" routes -- a discrepancy that could run afoul of the T's federally mandated standar
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz announced today that the federal government will award $1.45 million to the Honolulu Department of Transportation for the purchase and deployment of fully electric transit buses.