Port Authority will add trips and make other adjustments to several bus routes this month in an effort to ease crowding.
The latest exhibit at The Reading Railroad Heritage Museum gives visitors an idea of what it was like to be a passenger in some of the company's best-known trains.
Portland Streetcar Inc., the non-profit that manages the city's streetcar system, has tapped a long-time city of Portland employee to lead the organization.
Axiomtek, one of the world's leading designers and manufacturers of innovative, high performance and reliable PC-based industrial computer products, is pleased to announce the eBOX622-830-FL, its ultra low-power fanless embedded system with Intel Ced…
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has sanctioned around $2.5bn in funds for around 26 rail, bus rapid transit (BRT), and streetcar projects across 16 states, under President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget.
The owners of the Seattle Greet Wheel, Great Western Pacific, have announced a plan to build a gondola from the Convention Center to the waterfront on Union Street. Here’s KUOW on the subject, and the Seattle Times has more details, including a potential route map, and this bit of detail: At a news conference, Griffith […]
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is set to revamp its Train Tracker electronic screens at rail stations with new features, which will provide customers with additional travel information in less time.
Spain's Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles (CAF) has been awarded a contract to deliver 37 low-floor Urbos trams for use in the Hungarian capital, Budapest.
Someone should have warned Opposition leader Bill Shorten against playing the Qantas safety card today in Parliamentary Question Time because of the dismal record of his shadow transport spokesperson Anthony Albanese as a former Transport Minister with responsibility for CASA and the ATSB. Shorten urged the view that the Qantas safety record would be at [...]
Beijing's metro was approved in 1965 and had a first line of 24km, primarily motivated by military considerations. It was the first line in China and opened on 1 October 1969.
Metro had a busy 2013, including new limited-stop MetroPlus service, broke ground on the Uptown Transit District, introduced stored-value farecards, celebrated its 40-year anniversary and more! Get a glimpse of all they've accomplished in a video of...
An expanded codeshare agreement between Turkish Airlines and Singapore Airlines further reduces the possibility of the Turkish flag carrier flying to Australia in its own right in the foreseeable future. There had been a surge of hype about Turkish coming to Australia last year, as plans for a gigantic airport expansion at Istanbul to eclipse [...]
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Yesterday Willamette Week announced the retirement of Rick Gustafson as the Executive Director of Portland Streetcar, Inc. This morning, as a member of the PSI Board, I had the chance to vote for his successor, Dan Bower, who for the last several years has been the leader of PBOT’s Active Transportation group. Show More Summary
The TTC is updating its 60-year-old signal system with Automatic Train Control. This video explains how signals work and what the TTC is doing to upgrade and replace the old system.
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