Pittsburgh City Council today passed a retirement plan of sorts for old police dogs, approved funding for an anti-crime initiative and an overhaul of police hiring procedures and endorsed a study for economic development in Uptown.
Velodome Shelters was pleased to meet so many APTA members and showcase their bicycle parking shelters, bike racks and public bike pumps before the audience of presidents, administrators, directors, managers and more attending the APTA Expo in Houston.
The $14 million Miller Avenue Streetscape Plan has won unanimous approval from the Mill Valley City Council, the first step to more improvements on one of the city's most significant transportation corridors.
According to a new industry overview from Stertil-Koni, the increased heat generated by the growing use of electric-hybrid and compressed natural gas (CNG) engines in commercial vehicles is leading to a transformational shift in heavy duty lifting.
Montgomery County’s Department of General Services (DGS) will host one of the Maryland Clean Cities and Virginia Clean Cities four-city educational showcases of clean-fuel vehicles at the new David E. Bone Equipment Maintenance and Transit Operations...
With nearly half the public transportation workforce expected to retire in the next 10 years, managers and human resource professionals in the industry said they expect a federally funded website publicizing job opportunities to generate interest.
As the public input part of plans for light rail in Durham progresses, Durham Congregations In Action is taking on the issue of affordable housing. Durham has a strategy for affordable housing near light rail transit stations.
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman will join key state health and transportation officials Saturday for a daylong rally aimed at getting neighborhood and minority groups more involved in discussions about transit and transportation funding and planning.
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners is expected to vote on a resolution next week that clearly states the board's intention to prevent the construction of any mass transit system that allows access into and out of the county.
A Metropolitan Council committee on Monday reviewed funding for $6.5 million in transit-oriented development grants for seven projects involving housing, plazas and public art -- all near public transit. The Met Council will consider the requests on Nov.
South Coast Air Quality Management District praised Complete Coach Works by giving them the highly coveted award of Advancement of Air Pollution Technology in a reception at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.