A UK entrepreneur wants to run buses with bio-fuel made from coffee waste.
How transit technology can improve sustainability, including alternative fuels and vehicle sharing
The province of Ontario will study the feasibility of introducing hydrogen-powered trains on the GO Transit network.
June 15 is national Dump the Pump Day and here are a few ways transit operators are encouraging people to try transit and thanking existing riders.
On June 6, Waze will expand its carpooling application across California, allowing drivers and passengers with similar routes to share rides.
The MTA will lease 10 all-electric buses from Proterra and New Flyer for a three-year pilot program to test the vehicles on the streets of New York City.
Researchers at the University of Utah have mounted air-quality monitors on two UTA light-rail vehicles to study airborne pollutants in the Salt Lake Valley.
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.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Los Angeles and Seattle acquire all-electric buses while Dutch Railways uses wind power for trains.
An autonomous all-electric shuttle will be tested in downtown Las Vegas — the first such deployment on a public roadway in the U.S.