Wi-Drive is a new luxury bus service for commuters in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Chicago Transit Authority has just added service alerts to its Bus Tracker.
South Korean cellular operators may soon cancel the free subway television coverage that has become a way of life for daily commuters.
Officials reported a decrease in crime on Calgary Transit in 2008, making the system one of the safest in Canada.
The Solar Electric Vehicle Team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology unveiled Eleanor, a $243,000 carbon-fiber race car.
Transit professionals are invited to attend the TRB ITS Committee mid-year workshop, Identifying Traveler Information Research Needs to Achieve All Roads-All Modes-All the Time.
Recovery.gov, the federal website for tracking spending from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, has started adding links to the state and federal agency websites that are monitoring their own spending under the law.
“Bolivia has about half the world’s proven lithium reserves, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, and [President Evo] Morales says he’s ready to sink some $200 million into mining it.”
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is expanding cell phone and Internet access throughout its Metrorail system.
After Thursday’s snow caused bus delays throughout the Seattle (WA) area, a local official urged Metro to upgrade its customer communications.