Days before a key vote, Miami-Dade transit advocates are rallying against a proposed interstate expansion.
A 1.2 million square foot downtown campus expands the automaker’s physical stake in the transportation future.
The people who know buses best have ideas about how to reform the system, according to a survey of 373 Brooklyn bus operators.
In 1966, the opening of Montreal’s rapid transit service was welcomed with a TV show and a song that praised the mayor who helped bring it to life.
The $1 billion construction estimate is a fraction of what subterranean transit projects cost.
Pizza delivery and infrastructure repair go together like ham and pineapple.
As the state spends millions to lure under-40 workers from across the Midwest, local transit riders are stuck in place.
A “privately financed” venue for the New York Islanders has been touted by Governor Andrew Cuomo as a “win-win-win.” But it comes with open-ended public costs.
Since 2014, more than a dozen airlines have stopped operating from Maiquetía airport in Caracas because of the country’s political and economic crisis.
A suggestion that the New York City subway could be replaced by tunnels for autonomous cars would only exclude the riders who need it most.
Despite the gig-economy hype, the share of independent workers in the U.S. has dropped over the last decade. And Uber itself has a smaller role as an employer
It’s financial redistribution in a capital of income inequality.
As an appeal against the removal of its license looms, Uber’s recent charm offensive risks backfiring.
George Hotz, the hacker-turned-founder of an open-source self-driving startup, has a different philosophy of autonomy.
Ride-hailing companies are diversifying away from their core business, but right into more direct competition.
It’s not always big leaders with big plans.
Each year, hundreds of musicians vie to see their name not in lights, but in pink, on a banner indicating they’ve earned official status to perform in New York City’s subway stations.
The Sladda bicycle was an attempt to help city-dwellers ease into life without cars. Now a sweeping recall is bringing the product to its demise.
Technology has pushed a vulnerable, largely immigrant, population into an economically precarious situation—even as its prospects of upward mobility dwindle.
Why is transit ridership dropping across North American cities? Blame declining bus service.
The diesel-sucking dinosaurs from your childhood are due for an update.