Autonomous vehicles can greatly improve urban mobility — but only if they complement public transportation networks — according to a report from UITP.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Los Angeles and Seattle acquire all-electric buses while Dutch Railways uses wind power for trains.
Los Angeles Metro (CA) announced a 24/7 hotline to provide counseling to transit riders who have experienced unwanted sexual contact.
An autonomous all-electric shuttle will be tested in downtown Las Vegas — the first such deployment on a public roadway in the U.S.
Uber has begun to share information about urban travel times for selected cities on a new website called Uber Movement.
Auto company Ford wants to help cities design urban transportation strategies that capitalize on new technology and innovative mobility solutions.
ICYMI: MTA WiFi and cell coverage is ahead of schedule, SFMTA receives USDOT grant for safer systems, and TTC calls online store a success.
USDOT selected a research consortium led by the New York University Tandon School of Engineering to tackle urban mobility challenges.
The Toronto Transit Commission (ON) may install cameras on streetcars to catch drivers who don’t stop when the doors are open.
WMATA, MTA Maryland, and Amtrak are getting ready for a crush of travelers to and from Washington, D.C., on January 20 for the presidential inauguration.