The Coastal Region Metropolitan Planning Organization is looking for more public feedback on its Total Mobility Plan, a document detailing the county's long-range road projects over the next 20 to 30 years.
Mayor Eric Garcetti hopes to transform Gaffey and 14 other major thoroughfares into hubs of neighborhood activity. In a process the mayor describes as "urban acupuncture," the city plans to add bike racks, plazas, crosswalk upgrades and other amenities...
The Texas Department of Transportation is stopping in Lubbock Thursday as part of a series of 25 statewide public meetings to welcome citizens' feedback on a long-range plan for the state's future transportation needs.
Ballard Power Systems has received a purchase order from New Flyer Industries for the delivery of Ballard’s first next-generation FCvelocity-HD7 fuel cell power module to a North American bus manufacturer.
Residents have already made their views known on how they would like Hillsborough County to look in the future, with more infill development and less sprawl, more transit choices and more neighborhoods close to job centers.
Wake County will have a harder time handling growth pressures and transportation problems if the legislature adopts a Senate proposal to put new restrictions on local sales tax options, Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane said Tuesday.
The story of Dallas Area Rapid Transit's green transportation transition to compressed natural gas buses while saving money on transit fuel. The greenhouse gas reduction and cost savings possible with transit natural gas economics drove the selection of...
In signing this year's budget, Gov. Jerry Brown dedicated $832 million from California's burgeoning cap-and-trade program to affordable housing and mass transit, including his embattled high-speed rail project. Also tucked into the legislation are...
The last two Mondays saw major traffic accidents in Marin serving to create gridlock, but even on normal days many people spend more than an hour getting to work or school, according to a recently released survey.
The Metro Atlanta Chamber plans to push for more state spending on transportation, wading back into charged political waters two years after metro voters sunk a regional penny sales tax that business leaders backed.