TriMet (OR) is getting ready to wrap up a seven-month test of bus warning systems that alert pedestrians and bicyclists when the vehicle is turning.
Backed by billions from the Japanese government, the Northeast Maglev group envisions 15-minute rail service between Washington (DC) and Baltimore (MD).
Some stories you may have missed last week: Jacksonville wants CNG facility, Google honors Routemaster buses, and TfL releases data on toilet locations.
The saga of Long Beach Transit’s (CA) efforts to procure alternative-fuel buses continues, as the agency reissued a request for proposals this week.
Some TriMet riders learned the hard way that their mobile tickets would not follow them when they upgraded to Apple’s iPhone 6 or iOS 8.
Five years after a fatal Metrorail crash, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (DC) said it will soon restore computer-operated trains.
Foothill Transit (CA) is launching the world’s first heavy duty, fast charging, fully electric bus line on September 27.
Some stories you may have missed last week: New jacket fights transit germs, Vienna to install free WiFi, and developers create new MBTA applications.
Honolulu’s 20-mile elevated rail line will be the first fully automated wide-scale urban transit system in the U.S.
The MBTA Advisory Board is developing a mobile website that will enable MBTA riders to track and rate their trips, according to Boston Magazine.