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For four months in 1909, the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad trialed a women-only car between Hoboken, New Jersey and…
Salt and snowplows seem like the obvious answers, but a lot goes into winter snow maintenance.
Lionel Messi and the athletes on Argentina's national team had to abandon the bus and board a helicopter to pass…
A fleet of commercial trucks were buried in snow just off Interstate 90 as snow drifts rendered the road impassable.
The nation's capital will offer free bus rides to residents and visitors. And it’ll be permanent.
If you can get to your destination by train in under two-and-a-half hours, France doesn't want you flying.
After almost four years with no increases, the MTA has proposed a 5.5 percent increase in 2023.
The new guidelines will come into effect and be enforced starting this Friday, November 25th.
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Preliminary reports show Germany's experiment with low-price unlimited public transit had huge benefits for…
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European airports are struggling the hardest, but that doesn't mean America is exempt from the slew of travel delays.
Walmart expects its fuel costs to increase by $160 million this year — so it's passing the bill to its suppliers.
Now that Uber needs cabbies its less interested in destroying the taxi business
The $2.7 billion bridge was built by a Turkish-South Korean partnership
It could also make the career of truck driver a lot more enticing
Baltimore's Pennsylvania Station is preparing for the next generation of Amtrak's Acela service
Pedestrian spaces and busways are expected to be added between the Capitol and the White House
Plans to alleviate the 405 at the Sepulveda Pass with a subway could be derailed by LA's wealthiest