E-scooters show alarming spike in injuries, study says

The number of scooter-related injuries and hospital admissions in the U.S. grew by 222 percent between 2014 and 2018.

N.Y. MTA seeks design-build teams to bring accessibility to stations

The teams will make full vertical accessibility at the stations by installing elevators and making other ADA improvements.

DART taps Stadler for rail maintenance contract

This is the first maintenance contract for the company in the U.S.

Successful ways to attract, retain women in the transportation industry

Promote the desired perceptions of the organization, connect early with students, provide flexible workplaces, and a welcoming culture.

FRA launches web portal for public to report blocked railroad crossings

The agency expects it will take an average of three minutes for users to complete the report.

BART recognizes rider's heroic actions during fatal November attack

Humphrey got out of her wheelchair, guided herself to the floor, slid to the victim and applied pressure to a wound on his neck.

London testing electric bus sounds to improve road safety

When travelling above 12 mph, the bus will make enough noise that an alert is unnecessary.

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