Amtrak celebrates 48 years in operation

Amtrak began serving customers on May 1, 1971, taking over the operation for most intercity passenger train.

S.F. MTA director of transportation Reiskin to step down in August

During his tenure, Muni service levels increased by more than 10% and exceeded the city’s goal of 50% of trips by sustainable modes.

NYC has longest commute time via car and transit, study says

At just 26 minutes, San Diego was named as the U.S. city with the shortest average commute time.

DTNA CEO says future of commercial transport is battery-electric

Speaking to a crowd assembled in Long Beach, Nielsen said, “The road to emissions-free transportation is going to be driven with battery-electric vehicles. I believe the future is electric.”

Feds make $900M available in BUILD grants for infrastructure

Selection criteria encompass safety, economic competitiveness, quality of life, and state of good repair.

NHTSA, FRA launch rail crossing safety campaign

In 2018 alone, 270 people were killed at railroad crossings.

Valley Metro rail extension gets FTA approval to enter engineering

The approval moves the project forward in the capital grants program.

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