The MBTA moved a step closer to restoring late-night service, but it is not yet known whether transportation network companies will be playing a role.
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It’s not exactly transit, but the Arizona Department of Transportation is asking people to submit creative safety messages for highway signs.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority and the City of Columbus are partnering to build a compressed natural gas fueling station.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Amtrak pilots enhanced WiFi at stations, Taiwan tests a hybrid ferry, and Boulder considers a gondola.
A new regulation will require ride-hailing services to share additional trip data with New York City officials.
On Sunday, TriMet (OR) started a limited roll-out of Hop Fastpass, its electronic fare system.
When protesters converged at major U.S. airports last weekend, several transit operators used Twitter to keep their customers informed and to offer support.
Transit riders in Pittsburgh and Miami will soon have free WiFi.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Soft launch for Sacramento-area smart card, new data on PSTA-Uber partnership, and an end for a famous sign.
UB researchers have quantified the correlation between subway ridership and social media posts and suggest that transit can use the info to improve service.