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How transportation works in Stockholm and Copenhagen: Part I

Management & Operations| July 17, 2019

The UITP Global Congress was held in the Swedish capital between June 9 and 12 and gave the author a chance to explore the region.

Ride-hailing services may be driving up traffic deaths

Mobility| July 15, 2019

Arrival of ride-hailing is linked to an increase of approximately 3% in the number of motor vehicle fatalities and fatal accidents, study says.

Bus| June 17, 2019

PSTA lands $4M grant for BRT project

With faster, more reliable service, PSTA projects ridership to increase to 5,000 rides a day.

University| June 5, 2019

2 new national University Transportation Centers land $15M

The University of South Florida will focus on “Congestion Relief” and Washington State University will focus on “Improving the Durability and Extending the Life of Transportation Infrastructure."

Technology| May 16, 2019

DART announces 5-year Transit Signal Priority pilot

The $2.9 million program will reduce or eliminate unnecessary stops at signalized intersections starting in 2020.

Technology| April 19, 2019

$3M available for innovative solutions to improve New York transportation

NYSERDA and NYSDOT will award the funding as part of a two-step competitive process.

Mobility| October 17, 2018

TNCs caused half of San Francisco's congestion since 2010: Report

Employment and population growth were primarily responsible for the remainder of the worsening congestion.

Mobility| April 13, 2018

New study finds parking is the largest cost of driving

Average U.S. driver faced a total driving cost of $10,288 in 2017 made up of direct (i.e. maintenance, fuel) and indirect/hidden (wasted time) costs.

Management & Operations| August 29, 2017

[Video] A Day in the Life of NYC's Transit System in 1961: Part 1

From the New York Transit Museum archives, Daily Miracle Part 1, is a 1961 documentary about a day in the life of NYC's transit system. Published Jan. 26, 2010

Rail| July 10, 2017

'Summer of Hell' begins as Amtrak begins Penn Station track work

The “hell” is expected to last for two months, with track repair work expected to be completed by Sept. 1.

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