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Survey Finds Public Transit Riders Younger Than Expected

Young parents, occasional riders, and extroverts are typical transit users, study finds.  

Amtrak Bill Strikes Tough, Yet Bipartisan, Tone

The message is clear. Lawmakers want Amtrak to clean up its act.

Mass Transit Requires Etiquette. Can We Handle It?

It's time to get used to packed-in people movers.

Norwegian Air Carrier Receives Setback From DOT

Norwegian Air's request to operate in U.S. airports is riling airlines and unions alike.

Is That All They Want? Millennials and Bike Lanes

City officials and urban researchers say the availability of bike lanes and walkable commutes cannot be overstated in attracting millennial residents.

What Exactly Does ‘Airfare Transparency’ Mean?

Does "airfare transparency" means the total advertised price should include taxes and fees? The House doesn't think so.

Our Old Friend, Public-Private Partnerships

President Obama is creating a transportation investment center to play an advisory role to states and private investors.

Highway Crisis Is Averting. Now What?

No idea is too crazy to jolt policymakers out of a constant stream of stopgap funding bills for infrastructure.

GM Sparks Broader Questions About Safety

General Motors seemingly continuous vehicle recalls are putting the Department of Transportation's safety agency under new scrutiny.

Are Overseas Tax Breaks On Thin Ice?

U.S. companies that locate offshore are a frequent target, taxwise. Now Democrats are linking the issue to transportation.

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Survey Finds Public Transit Riders Younger Than Expected

Young parents, occasional riders, and extroverts are typical transit users, study finds.  

Amtrak Bill Strikes Tough, Yet Bipartisan, Tone

The message is clear. Lawmakers want Amtrak to clean up its act.

Mass Transit Requires Etiquette. Can We Handle It?

It's time to get used to packed-in people movers.

Norwegian Air Carrier Receives Setback From DOT

Norwegian Air's request to operate in U.S. airports is riling airlines and unions alike.

Is That All They Want? Millennials and Bike Lanes

City officials and urban researchers say the availability of bike lanes and walkable commutes cannot be overstated in attracting millennial residents.

What Exactly Does ‘Airfare Transparency’ Mean?

Does "airfare transparency" means the total advertised price should include taxes and fees? The House doesn't think so.

Our Old Friend, Public-Private Partnerships

President Obama is creating a transportation investment center to play an advisory role to states and private investors.

Highway Crisis Is Averting. Now What?

No idea is too crazy to jolt policymakers out of a constant stream of stopgap funding bills for infrastructure.

GM Sparks Broader Questions About Safety

General Motors seemingly continuous vehicle recalls are putting the Department of Transportation's safety agency under new scrutiny.

Are Overseas Tax Breaks On Thin Ice?

U.S. companies that locate offshore are a frequent target, taxwise. Now Democrats are linking the issue to transportation.

Show More