Aug. 31--Imagine stepping off a Metro bus without being blasted moments later by a heated cloud of dark, noxious diesel exhaust. The experience is coming to Buffalo this fall. The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is changin...
Aug. 31--At first glance, they seem to be unlikely places for parks: a front yard lining University Avenue, a former circus site and a broken-glass-and-concrete patch shadowed by towering grain elevators. But more than a year after the Gre
Aug. 28--ANDERSON -- After two years of leading the Anderson Park Department, Stephon Blackwell has been named the city's interim street commissioner. Roger Clark, a member of the Anderson Board of Public Works, will serve as interim park
Aug. 31--The push for more bicycling infrastructure in the Detroit area will get a shot in the arm -- or maybe the leg -- on Sept. 12. That's the day the Woodward Avenue Action Association hosts its 11-mile Bike Woodward ride from Highland
Aug. 30--NEW HAVEN -- Do you remember what you learned in driving school? The new bright green painted bicycle lanes in the center of downtown are testing that knowledge all over again. The eye-popping lanes have sprouted up in recent week
Aug. 30--Looking for information on state road projects? Now anyone can find more information on the state Department of Transportation's current and future construction projects through the year 2026 online. The state department ha...
Road Bonds in 2015: North of $8 Billion and Counting Toronto Paper Cheers HOT Lanes FL Toll Hike Referendum: What Are the Odds? The Math behind WSDOT's Tolling System & Mistakes CCRMA Pursues...
Aug. 26--A human resources staffer at the North County Transit District was not fired because of age and gender discrimination, a jury found last week. After a trial in Vista Superior Court, the jury found in NCTD's favor by an 11-1 tally.
Supporters of commuter rail for southern New Hampshire gathered Thursday to acknowledge two bills they believe will help the New Hampshire Capitol Corridor project. One bill reorganizes the NH Rail Transit Authority and the other will...Show More Summary
Kansas City's streetcar vehicle delivery delay will not be as bad as city officials had feared, but they still can't guarantee the system will be up and running with passengers in time for March Madness at the Sprint Center. The manufacturer,...Show More Summary
A second round of public hearings on the planned Southwest light-rail line began Thursday with a mix of concerns over environmental disruption and safety hazards and praise for the plans to provide rail service to more communities. The...Show More Summary
This week we have Rodney Harrell of the AARP Public Policy Institute to talk about the Institute's new Livability Index. Wire Feed
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