Wireless power transfer technology allows a smaller battery size and an extended vehicle range for all-electric buses.
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 International Bus Roadeo draws the top transit operators and mechanics to Kansas City, Mo.
BRT is helping keeping people moving in some of the most congested cities and now is even connecting people to jobs in rural areas.
BRT is being used to describe a broad spectrum of service and blurring the lines of what the term means.
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.
Converting your riders to a new fare collection system takes an entire agency working with the community for it to be a success.
Time and again communities are asking for more transportation options.
The Metro team has focused on its go*Forward plan to initiate new services for its riders.
Public Transportation Legislative Day in Wisconsin Highlighted Legislative Priorities and Champions of Outstanding Service
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.