IE 11 Not Supported

For optimal browsing, we recommend Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers.
More Stories
Mountain Metropolitan Transit in Colorado Springs has upgraded its ticketing technology using a fare-payments-as-a-service platform, in a move to make riding transit easier and possibly cheaper for riders.
Public policy aimed at reducing greenhouse gases and other pollutants is pulling heavy-duty trucking forward in states across the West, as a 100-year-old industry evolves away from heavily polluting vehicles.
The MTA’s OMNY payment system could reveal your trip history to anyone who has your credit card number — and cybersecurity experts said Wednesday the setup might threaten your privacy.
The city of Philadelphia has launched a two-year pilot project that makes free transit passes available to its more than 20,000 employees. The program promises a wealth of data and a lifeline to public transit.
White paint already has a track record of cooling urban areas, but a new twist on it could make it even more effective. An ultra-white coating can reflect just over 98 percent of sunlight, cooling surface temperatures.
Proterra Inc., the South Carolina-based maker of all-electric transit buses, has filed for bankruptcy, leaving city transit agencies to wonder if their plans to introduce electric fleets will have to wait even longer.
The Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator has taken the lead on a new city challenge to advance zero-emission delivery zones. The cities selected for the cohort will have access to resources and materials as they work to reshape urban deliveries.
Speed camera violations dropped 30 percent citywide in the past 12 months, the first year in which the law allowed the cameras to issue automated tickets 24/7. Traffic fatalities also dropped, according to DOT data.
The latest piece of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the California capital represents a partnership among Sacramento Regional Transit, Giddy Up EV Charging and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District.
Mishaps are adding to traffic and safety concerns over driverless vehicles, which zip around the city’s streets surrounded by sensors and cameras, collecting data and promising a world with fewer human interactions.
This week, the company began initial testing and data collection in Raleigh. The company is looking to expand its robotaxi service beyond San Francisco, Phoenix and Austin, where it began offering rides to passengers last year.
About 157 million trips were taken with micromobility devices in 2022, mirroring the level of ridership in 2019. The increase seems to indicate a full recovery from the steep pandemic downturn.
AV companies work to serve their bottom line, and so it will take regulation and government oversight to ensure the autonomous vehicle revolution really does improve life in cities rather than create new problems.
The new registration fee is meant to make up for the state’s lost revenue from gasoline taxes that are used to pay for road construction and maintenance.
What began as a project to monitor the health of tunnel ventilation systems within the rail network of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, has evolved into a citywide upgrade of building infrastructure.