Updates from Australia and Arizona: Victoria commuters question default charges, NSW moves forward with Opal, and Phoenix makes it easier to buy rail fares.
BART launched a free mobile application that allows riders to easily report crimes, suspicious items, or questionable activities on trains or in stations.
With the transition to Ventra complete, a new survey found that the new fare payment system has created challenges for some social service agencies.
On Sunday morning at 3:20 a.m., an alarm went off at Bay Area Rapid Transit headquarters to warn the agency that an earthquake was 10 seconds away.
Startups like Uber and Lyft have been at odds with the taxi industry for a while, but now they face criticism from a new corner — the world of ridesharing.
The Port Authority of Allegheny County (PA) is using an online engagement tool to ask the public to help name its long-awaited bus tracking system.
Some stories you may have missed: CTA bus shelters portray Houdini, TriMet selects GlobeSherpa for efare system, and DC artist creates WMATA farecard rug.
New data released this week shows that NJ TRANSIT buses are on time just 68% of the time, far worse than the previous estimates of 86%.
Central Japan Railway Company, also known as JR Central, wants to enter the US high-speed rail market and a proposed Texas project could be just the ticket.
Arrests for fare evasion on the New York City subway jumped 69% between 2008 and 2013, according to an analysis from the New York Daily News.