When panic surrounding the coronavirus began to ramp up in my area, I’ll admit, I was right there with everyone else stockpiling up...
Recently, media outlets in Boston were all atwitter when Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker was spotted riding the T.
Six years ago, Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, became “the world's first" to introduce free public transport for all its residents.
Andy Byford was appointed president of the agency, the largest in North America, with almost 8 million daily riders, in January 2018
“Cities and private companies must take steps to safeguard data and ensure that individual privacy — a foundation of democratic society — is protected.”
U.S. traffickers have been shown to use all modes of transportation to find their next victims. Initiatives are being placed to combat trafficking and empower operators to act.
I recently learned about a program offered by Transport for London that provides “people with mild to moderate learning disabilities and those on the autism spectrum the chance to gain skills and work experience.”
As I write this, we are a few days away from another potential government shutdown if negotiations on border security are not hammered out.
Hiring and retaining drivers is the greatest challenge facing motorcoach operators, according to 70% of respondents of METRO Magazine's 2019 Motorcoach Survey. The public transit industry is not immune to this issue either.
I’m crossing my fingers that by the time you read this, the proposition repealing California’s gas tax and vehicle fees (SB 1) will have failed.
As you may know, I like to use this column to draw attention to transportation-related issues that are important to me, such as climate change, accessibility, and innovation.
Earlier this year, the transit agency, May Mobility, and the City of Tampa showcased autonomous vehicle technology on Downtown Tampa city streets.
He joined the association following 25 years at the National Speakers Association where he served as CEO for the past 18 years. Beyond his role leading NSA, Tetschner is an active member of the American Society of Association Executives
How public transportation figures into cities’ and states’ climate change commitments, even after the U.S. announces its withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord.
The first phase of the express passenger rail service, costing more than $1 billion, will connect the region’s main Central Business Districts of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, while Phase 2 will connect Orlando.