Spokane Transit Authority officials are considering using electric power for a proposed central city line that would run from Browne's Addition on the west to Spokane Community College on the east, passing through downtown and Gonzaga University.
Further, an estimated 1.4 million early deaths could be avoided annually by 2050 if governments require the strongest vehicle pollution controls and ultralow-sulfur fuels, according to a related analysis of these urban vehicle activity pathways by the...
Proterra, an electric bus builder, seems primed to bust out. The Greenville, S.C., outfit is the only one in North America with coaches in service. Seven transit agencies across the country operate 39 of them.
Friends of the Underline in cooperation with Miami-Dade County is leading The Underline initiative to transform the underutilized land beneath the Metrorail from the Miami River north of Brickell Station to Dadeland South into a 10-mile linear park and...
To cover all the projects that engineers and politicians pushed for the agency's 2040 transportation plan, the bill would have hit $27 billion, executive director Jeff Sheffield told TPO board members Thursday.
St. Paul Open Streets will take place from noon to 4 p.m. on Sept. 21, a Sunday, from Lexington Parkway to Marion Street. Activities on tap include a 5K foot race, a "human foosball" game and a dance dedicated to the mighty Mississippi.
Lane Transit District announced Monday that state transportation officials have awarded it more than $3.5 million to build three new walking and biking bridges over Amazon Creek in west Eugene and to construct new EmX bus stops in Glenwood.
A controversial redevelopment in downtown Ardmore is back on track after the state restored $10.5 million in grants that were previously pulled from the project. Originally, the apartment-retail project was part of a renovation of the Ardmore train...
LTD, in joint applications with the cities of Eugene and Springfield, was awarded $3.51 million for projects that will continue the community’s development of a strong multimodal transportation system.
A Minneapolis nonprofit group filed a lawsuit Monday in federal court seeking to halt the $1.6 billion Southwest Corridor light-rail project, at least until more environmental studies are conducted along the controversial transit line.
Toll lanes, railways, taxes and teamwork were among the hot topics under discussion Friday in Anaheim, where more than 1,000 transportation professionals met up for the region's annual mobility pow-wow.