Sen. Richard Blumenthal made his first the call for more security in May during the TSA administrator’s confirmation hearing. He said the security and safety enhancement were...
Elements of the plan include building an additional 42 miles of light rail throughout the city, providing late night bus and Dial-a-Ride service citywide and repaving over 680...
The council agreed to explore a possible city ordinance to require ride-hailing driver background checks to include fingerprint-based screening.
It also identifies good-paying, high-demand transportation jobs and analyzes the patterns in the education and work experience required for entry, including on-the-job training...
The agencies thought they had won a federal court victory late last year, when a judge ruled that the state law did not violate a federal prohibition against interfering with...
As GM of Las Vegas’ Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC), Tina Quigley oversees one of the few agencies in the country that manages public transit, traffic management, roadway design, construction funding and transportation planning.
The agreement, which goes into effect at 1 p.m. Tuesday and applies only to Uber drivers as other ridesharing companies, such as Lyft and Sidecar, have not signed agreements with airport officials.
Washington, D.C. tops the list of gridlock-plagued cities, with 82 hours of delay per commuter, followed by Los Angeles (80 hours), San Francisco (78 hours), New York (74 hours) and San Jose, Calif. (67 hours).
New inward facing cameras will record personnel operating trains, and according to the NTSB these recordings can prevent accidents by identifying safety issues before they lead to injuries or loss of life.
Ron Kilcoyne, whose last day is Sept. 30, announced his retirement after four years at the helm of LTD, stepping away from a 30-plus-year career in public transportation.
Hursh, a nine-year veteran of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), has served as that agency’s Chief Operating Officer since 2012 and prior to that as deputy director, operations for maintenance and security.
The “Travel by Book” initiative was the brainchild of Victor Miron, a local literacy advocate, who initially proposed the idea to the city’s mayor in 2014. Miron hopes to establish the campaign as a regular event.
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