Legislators in Maryland are asking voters to amend the state constitution to ensure that transportation taxes go to transportation projects. They say it's necessary to keep governors from using the state's Transportation Trust Fund to balance the budget,
After grappling for two years over a transportation spending package, lawmakers might not get back to it in 2015. They'll be busy trying to satisfy the state Supreme Court's demand for adequate education funding.
City officials estimate it will cost at least $50 million, and perhaps as much as $70 million, to do the environmental study, detailed engineering and design, and other work needed to apply for federal matching funds for the proposed $1.4B light rail...
An indexing provision was added to the gas tax last year when the state Legislature voted to raise it from 21 cents to 24 cents per gallon, the first increase since 1991. Massachusetts ranks 29th in terms of gas tax rates; New York is ranked No. 1.
With Metra riders facing a 68 percent fare increase over the next 10 years, some of them are raising a common complaint -- too many passengers are getting a free ride, because conductors either don't or can't check everyone's tickets.
When Alameda County voters cast their ballots in the Nov. 4 election, some might be puzzled by Measure BB, thinking it seems like something they've voted on before. Except for a couple of small but important changes, it is.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto's administration wants to redirect $1.6 million earmarked to build a North Side senior citizen center to pay for a study of Uptown development as part of a proposed express bus service between Downtown and Oakland.
The Ventura County Transportation Commission is in the final stages of awarding a five-year contract worth up to $12 million to a Dallas-based company to run a new transit service that will bring fixed-route buses to the Heritage Valley.
Public-private partnerships offer transit agencies the ability to benefit from a CNG program promptly, even when immediate funding to pay the up-front costs of the CNG infrastructure may be unavailable.
The question about transportation being posed to San Francisco voters this fall might be summed up this way: Do you want to get on the bus and be on your way, or do you want to stand there and keep waiting?
Thanks to a $1.1 million grant awarded to The T by the FTA transportation services provided in Tarrant County by Catholic Charities Fort Worth will soon be sporting new vehicles and using enhanced route and scheduling technology.
As he walked outside of Providence's Amtrak station on Monday, Michael Lewis, the director of the state Department of Transportation, pointed to chunks of missing concrete and other examples of the area's run-down appearance.