Under-fire Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority leader Brad Miller received a unanimous vote of confidence from his governing board Wednesday, which rejected calls for him and board Chairman Ken Welch to resign over the agency's misuse of a Department of...
Representatives of the Toledo bus drivers' union and other local labor unions called on public officials to change how public transportation is funded and operated during a lunchtime rally Wednesday in front of One Government Center.
The general fund budget is the county's largest, but commissioners also approved smaller funds for 911, the fire department, debt service, transit, solid waste and more. All combined, those funds amount to $842 million.
The state's transportation secretary has ordered a full, independent review of what went wrong Friday night when the Bremerton ferry run was overloaded by almost 500 people. Her boss, Gov. Jay Inslee, also has given her a new task: minimize service...
A boost in the six-county sales tax receipts is more than compensating for the operating hit January’s bitter cold caused the region’s transit agencies and should fuel fatter 2015 transit budgets, officials said Wednesday.
New maps of the proposed South Shore West Lake extension show five potential station sites along its 8-mile route, including an option for a Hammond gateway station deemed "essential" by Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr.
Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority head Michael Ford has reached an agreement with the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan to become its new chief executive, RTA officials said Wednesday.
Michael Ford has reached an agreement to become the Regional Transit Authority’s first CEO, taking a job at an agency that will seek a tax increase in two years to fund improved transit options and help shape transportation goals in an area wed to...
A suburban Republican lawmaker wants to block the state from moving ahead on a proposed high-speed rail line from Rochester to the Twin Cities, calling the Zip Rail project "a California-style boondoggle."
Small communities along the Mississippi River are ill-equipped to deal with an oil train disaster and the state needs to do more to help, local leaders told Gov. Mark Dayton during a rail safety roundtable in Red Wing Tuesday.