Transit

The Transit Channel covers light rail, high-speed rail and bus rapid transit, along with the resurgence of streetcars in urban metro areas. 

News | September 18,2017

The company has revealed 10 potential sites globally after fielding 2,600 proposals worldwide

News | September 06,2017

Great Lakes Basin Transportation's proposed 261-mile rail line was turned down by the federal Surface Transportation Board

News | September 05,2017

The agency partnered with Pace Bus Service to implement SmartRoad technology and a flex lane for transit on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway

News | September 01,2017

The lanes are going into two of the city’s busiest streets, in response to increased bike traffic and commuter demand

News | August 29,2017

A number of roads and transit services are expected to remain closed until later this week

News | August 24,2017

A new study from DePaul University looked at bus and rail travel patterns in the U.S. over more than a decade

News | August 22,2017

The firms selected will work as part of the Northwest Transit Systems Partners joint venture

Feature | Kelly Palframan, Ph.D. | August 16,2017

Using connected-vehicle technology to improve school bus safety

News | August 09,2017

U.S. DOT is rewarding $7.5 million to rehabilitate 90 miles of rail between Grenada and Canton

News | August 07,2017

The funding will allow the Maine DOT to repair and upgrade 22 rail bridges on the Maine Northern Railway

News | August 01,2017

The proposed rule would allow public transit projects to streamline regulations for private investment

News | July 31,2017

Developing technology includes cracked wheel detection, positive train control and sensor-dropping drones to prevent rail accidents

News | July 26,2017

The Appropriations subcommittee for transportation approved spending for the TIGER grant program and for the U.S. Department of Transportation

News | July 20,2017

The court blocked a lower ruling that kept the Purple Line from moving forward

News | July 14,2017

The administration is making $226.5 million available through the Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program

News | July 11,2017

The research performed by the American Action Forum sees higher procurement costs

News | July 07,2017

The new cost is a significant increase from the earlier $7.7 billion initially estimated to improve the major link from New York to New Jersey

News | July 06,2017

After a recent derailment in Manhattan and countless delay and disruption complaints, Gov. Cuomo is pledging improvements for NYC subways

News | July 06,2017

The SFMTA could be adding red lanes to 50 more streets in the city

News | July 05,2017

The department announced in a letter Friday that it would withdraw from the Gateway Development Corporation overseeing the Hudson River Tunnel, Portal Bridge projects

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