Hubertus von Grünberg and Michael Treschow decide not to stand for re-election to the Board of Directors at the next Annual General Meeting in April 2015. All other current members of the Board to stand for re-election.
The New York City Transit Authority was accused in a lawsuit Wednesday of discriminating against people with limited English who try to use a program providing transportation to those with disabilities.
A Gloucester resident who was occasionally homeless and wrote letters to the Times regarding the plight of the homeless and other social and community issues has been identified as the man who was struck and killed by a commuter rail train.
One Caltrain struck an unoccupied car that was on the tracks at Fair Oaks Avenue on Tuesday evening, and another train had to come to a halt when it encountered another car on the tracks near the Blossom Hill station, officials said.
The need to replace the Baltimore & Potomac Tunnel that winds its way beneath West Baltimore became evident once again this week, as crews descended on a portion of the nearly 150-year-old rail bore to conduct emergency track work.
The Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, in cooperation with Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization, Friends of the Underline, the Dutch Cycling Embassy, and The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade will host a 4-day...
Panelists will speak to the need for seamless and secure communication across multiple platforms, a strategy that optimizes each channel, enables customized interactions with mobility, and integrates both physical location and online data to create the...
Long-term, this pilot program is one of many policies Metropolitan Transit Authority officials are considering as they seek to increase ridership and boost the share of operational costs covered by fares.
These are transit passengers who drive close to their light-rail station of choice, park and then hop on the train. Sometimes they park on residential streets. Other times, they park in commercial parking lots.