The preliminary report of the Indonesian investigation into the 28 December crash of an AirAsia A320 into the Java Sea ought to have been released yesterday, and appears to slowly leaking in the SE Asia media. A report suggesting there may (stress may) have been a maintenance problem with part of the computer based flight [...]
Just a couple of minutes ago, the MTA Long Island Railroad announced it expects to run normal weekday service tomorrow. Here are the details: On Wednesday, January 28, the Long Island Rail Road expects to run normal weekday service on the Babylon, Far Rockaway, Hempstead, Long Beach, Oyster Bay, Port Washington, Huntington/Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma and […]
Just a short time ago, MTA NYC Transit announced that they will be running on a regular weekday schedule tomorrow after the major snowstorm that hit the tri-state area. Here are the details: As of Tuesday afternoon, January 27, New York City Transit subways, buses and Staten Island Railway are operating on a Sunday service […]
The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities oversees 254 airports, 11 ferries serving 35 communities, 5,700 miles of highway and 660 public facilities throughout the state of Alaska.
The Sound Transit Board received a presentation from Martin Young, Sounder Commuter Rail Operations Manager of the new protocol to cancel Sounder North service. Deputy CEO Mike Harbor explains that a small slide that blocked a Sounder North train inspired the briefing. Video is 78:35 into this link. Below are the slides for you to browse through. After […]
A Delta plane getting boarded by the Seahawks as they head to Phoenix for the Super Bowl Sunday morning in Seattle, people should be drinking their morning coffee, reading a paper (or this site, obviously) or going for a morning run. But when the Seahawks are headed for the Super Bowl, the city takes [...]Show More Summary
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) are kicking off a yearlong household travel survey that will provide vital information necessary to set transportation priorities for the next 20 years. Show More Summary
In this issue: The UK’s controversial plans for HS3 in the north, proposals for a US-Mexico high-speed link, China’s massive investment in African infrastructure, Cisco’s Connected Transport Challenge, the reasons behind skyrocketing rail fares in th…
Business and political leaders will come together with the world's top experts to bring high-speed rail to America.
Jan. 26--If you drive around downtown or along the Sun Link streetcar line, you've probably seen areas of the street painted bright green. Those green patches have names, believe it or not: City of Tucson transportation officials call...Show More Summary
by ANN DASCH At the December 10, 2014 meeting of the Washington State Transportation Commission, Chair Anne Haley questioned whether ferry fares might be in danger of rising above the tipping point, where a small increase in fares causes households to make major life changes to dramatically reduce their ferry expenditures. Show More Summary