Researchers at UC Davis found that ride-hailing services take people off bus and light rail and increase urban vehicle miles traveled.
Researchers at the University of Toronto launched a mobile appl called City Logger that collects travel data to support planning and funding decisions.
Working to make its technology a reality, Hyperloop One has selected 10 potential routes in five countries for additional study.
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A team from MIT won a transportation challenge sponsored by the Boston Public Schools to more efficiently route school buses.
Two driverless shuttles will operate on the University of Michigan campus starting this fall.
The director of the Census Bureau announced his unexpected retirement amid concerns about funding the work needed to support the 2020 census.
Bicycle-sharing is associated with a decrease in bus ridership in New York City, according to a new research paper.
The MBTA is using a combination of traffic signal priority, stop consolidation, and software to speed up service on the Green Line light rail branches.
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.