The Transit Channel covers light rail, high-speed rail and bus rapid transit, along with the resurgence of streetcars in urban metro areas.
State funding will provide $6.5 million for the transit service to make rail improvements before the Olympic Games in Los Angeles
The U.S.-Mexico border crossing facility officially opened on August 15
Twenty-five new UTA buses will be hitting the roads around the cities of Provo and Orem
Improving railroad grade crossing safety
LYNX Blue Line light rail extension boosts ridership, development in Charlotte, N.C.
The $16.1 billion bill also will dedicate funding for intercity passenger-rail grants
The bill provides TIGER grant funding and new money for roads, bridges, and transit
The transit agency cited being 90 drivers short of its workforce as reason for trip suspensions
The two regulations complete the foundation of the FTA's national public transportation safety program
A look at the benefits and best practices of bus rapid transit
The timeline is to have the shuttles tested without passengers toward the end of 2018
The agency's On to 2050 Transportation Plan calls for $72.7 billion in regionally significant projects
States and cities must continue to forge ahead with their own transportation funding initiatives amidst mixed signals from Washington
The agency announced the availability of $366 million for FY 2018 grants
The new commuter line will triple the number of trains that run along the I-91 corridor
Using math and computer modeling, University of Waterloo researchers studied ways to couple bike-share programs with public transit
Yesterday boasted a full schedule of sessions, tech demonstrations, and chatter on the expo floor.
The first full day of the 2018 ITS America Annual Meeting in Detroit has come and gone, and with it some interesting stuff and also some undue frustration.
The rule allows transit industry officials to identify barriers to private partnerships for transit projects
The $25 million in grant funds are provided through the agency's Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning