The WRTA's higher levels of transit ridership, relative to other peer cities, suggest that its fare-free policies may be especially helpful to frontline workers whose travel decisions are more sensitive to fare costs.
The CTA says its most recent cars don't have electric disc brakes, air brakes weren't a viable option, and much of the reason its trains are noisy has nothing to do with the braking system.
The MTA used the cover of the pandemic to discriminate against unhoused New Yorkers. Two bills would end the abuse.
One thing we hear over and over: low or no-cost transit is a good thing. Plus all the other news.
There's a rock ’em sock ’em Democratic primary to represent the oldest part of the city — which presents candidates with some thorny street-safety issues.
Opponents partake in some high-speed absurdities