The CTA board on Wednesday approved the transit agency's operating budget for next year and a capital program that funds the purchase of new trains and buses and upgrades to bridges and other infrastructure through 2019.
In overriding the vetoes the board agreed to a $1.5 million transit program to provide free rides for seniors and those with disabilities and to extend Route 80 service to Oak Creek and create a new route 276 for additional service to Brown Deer, both...
The administration for the BeST Transit/Endless Mountains Transportation Authority (EMTA) met on Wednesday to discuss a proposed fare increase for the shared ride services program extended to seniors, the disabled and to individuals on medical...
TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane, whose four-year tenure has been buffeted by accusations of secrecy, a grim state audit and stagnant ridership, is expected to receive a 3.4 percent pay raise this week.
As part of a significant compromise with supervisors, Abele approved the majority of the board’s 59 amendments and, through the veto process, he is proposing compromises that will improve services and lower property taxes.
The federal government provides subsidies through the tax code for employer-provided and employer-paid automobile parking, transit passes, and some other commuter expenses, but it does so in ways that run counter to the nation’s overall transportation...
Dan Grabauskas, executive director of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, told board members that the latest price changes bump the total amount attributable to project delays to $165,771,851.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Nov. 14 announced 50 awards totaling $3,489,456 in state and federal funds to enhance and support local transportation options for Wisconsin seniors and individuals with disabilities.
People who ride buses along South Florida Avenue and Lakeland Hills Boulevard will soon have to wait another 30 minutes, as frequency is cut to once an hour instead of every half hour, the transit system's executive director said Thursday.
Moody’s Investors Service and Standard & Poor’s have both upgraded San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) in anticipation of a $75 million revenue bond issuance mid-month to help fund critical capital projects.