Metro builds its relationship with the community while expanding its rail lines and redesigning its bus system from scratch.
Over the next four years, $13.5 million will enable three new bus routes to carry workers and potential job seekers from downtown Milwaukee to industrial parks and suburban employment hubs.
The latest automatic transmissions and low-floor axles for transit buses offer up some smooth, quiet bus rides that provide increased fuel efficiencies and lower emissions.
STM’s 747 bus route to and from the airport has its own unique qualities that make it more than a standard fixed-route service.
Montreal will have gone from operating one of the oldest systems in the world to one with the some of the most advanced technologies within a span of just a few years.
The APTA 2014 Bus & Paratransit Conference had attendees talking about how to get money and how to get millennials on their systems.
The International Bus Roadeo draws the top transit operators and mechanics to Kansas City, Mo.
BRT is being used to describe a broad spectrum of service and blurring the lines of what the term means.
Demographic trends show that mobility needs are going to increase and healthcare costs and changes will have an impact on the service people receive.
8-80 Cities Gil Penalosa spoke at the APTA Public Transportation & Universities Conference and shared what it would take to create cities that are safe and accessible to all people.
Private-sector thinking in the public sector develops some different ideas for a transit agency.
I had read about Memphis Area Transit Authority President/General Manager William Hudson, Jr.’s beginnings in public transportation before going to visit MATA, but I had to ask him about it when we sat down to talk about what’s happening at the...
Converting your riders to a new fare collection system takes an entire agency working with the community for it to be a success.
When it comes to most of the hot topics, the resounding themes are that the industry needs some certainty to better run transit in the U.S. and its going to require everyone's involvement to get there.
Time and again communities are asking for more transportation options.
With MAP-21 coming to an end this fall, the launch of an upcoming marketing campaign created a lot of energy at the APTA Marketing & Communications Workshop.
Each lift style has its advantages and before an investment you want to know what will best suit your needs.
A vampire ball in New Orleans and sea turtle rehabilitation aren't normally things I think of when I think of public transportation, but they forever will be after listening to National Geographic Contributor Andrew Evans.
Transit leaders from across the country provide insight on the state of transit and public transportation funding.