This week’s winner of the “I Fucked Up Big Time” Award goes to 40 year old Derrick Sanchez, a MTA Bus driver who was busted for being drunk and sitting in his wrecked car. Adam Shrier of the New York Daily News has more: Cops caught a drunken off-duty MTA bus driver idling behind the […]
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Some Austin pedicab drivers are getting a boost just in time for the spring festival season by installing electric motors on their vehicles as part of a new city pilot program.
"The discussion is going to be about expanding that to the entire county," Lewis County Commissioner Bobby Jackson said Monday, during the commissioners' regular meeting.
March 06--Thirteen years and six chief executives have come and gone since GE Transportation held a Washington, D.C. news conference to introduce the idea of a hybrid locomotive. A concept model was designed and built here in Erie, and tes
The future of the city's public transportation system is on the agenda for Monday's Billings City Council work session, which begins at 5:30 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 220 N. 27th St.
goodnewsnetwork : "The legislators of Brussels have announced that public transportation and bike-sharing systems will be free for use on days when air pollution exceeds quality limitations set by the European Union.On such smoggy days, city authorities also plan on banning the use of wood stoves and cutting automotive speed limits by one third."
Cities reluctant to OK housing on BART's expansive parking lots and other land owned by the rail system would be forced to allow it under a new bill unveiled this week.
Several hundred people gathered last week under a white tent to celebrate the groundbreaking of Casa Arabella, a 94-unit affordable-housing complex going up on a surface parking lot just south of the Fruitvale BART Station.
A NJ Transit crewman was suspended without pay Monday after announcing that Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security agents were on his morning rush-hour train to New York, the transit agency said.
Mississippi State University Parking and Transit Services is taking a look at its continued growth and changes for the coming new year.
It's no secret that Nashvillians want a transit overhaul -- but a new poll from Vanderbilt University says some residents are unsure about Mayor Megan Barry's bold plan.
Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc. has announced Wayne Swafford, P.E., SE, as its new president.
The art of keeping operators calm to promote safe driving can come down to the methods that agencies use to train their drivers.
Taking aim at climate change, highway gridlock and soaring housing costs, a California lawmaker has ignited a red-hot debate with a proposal that would force cities to allow more apartments and condominiums to be built a short walk from train stations and
The most progressive transit systems are moving well beyond buses and trains, taking on projects supporting car-sharing and electric-vehicle infrastructure.
When a harsh winter crippled MBTA service in 2015, Gov. Charlie Baker had realized that it was time to bring the entire system into the 21st century.