The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency just released criteria to determine whether private transit routes complement or compete with Muni.
Uber rolled out Express POOL, a shared-ride service that requires customers to walk a few blocks to a common pick-up point.
Amtrak may ban NJ TRANSIT trains from accessing New York Penn Station if the transit agency does not install positive train control by the end of the year.
Some stories you may have missed last week: NSW cracks down on implanted Opal card and hyperloop explores DC options.
BART’s program to crack down on fare evasion has hit a delay because of problems with the handheld proof-of-payment scanners.
The Los Angeles City Council approved a pilot program for fixed-space and point-to-point car-sharing.
A report from the London Assembly says Transport for London is not prepared for the high-tech future of transportation.
Rhode Island legislators filed a bill requiring RIPTA to silence “talking buses” in residential areas after Newport constituents complained about the noise.
It’s all about Las Vegas. The RTC is using social media to promote a new service and is teaming with Lyft on a pilot program to provide paratransit rides.
Fort Worth transit and city officials are considering an elevated people mover to ease the city’s traffic congestion.