Sixteen of the bus passengers had to go to the hospital after this incident, but none sustained serious injuries.
Stay behind the gosh-darn yellow line.
An electrical fire broke out on the monorail train at the California State Fair in Sacramento. It was luckily contained to one car and the operator, who was helped off, was the only person on board.
We're not sure why these two decided to brave the road like this, but we can see this going wrong in so many ways.
In cities and counties across the country the Koch brothers are fueling a fight against public transit, an offshoot of their longstanding national crusade for lower taxes and smaller government.
Connecting Hurricane Gulch and Talkeetna (a remote stretch of the Alaska Railroad between Fairbanks and Anchorage), Hurricane Turn may be the only remaining true “flag stop” passenger train in the U.S., braking only where needed to pick up or drop off riders. Rather than using scheduled stops at designated spots, anyone wanting a lift anywhere along
Residents are divided over whether the city's dockless bike share program is revolutionizing transit—or creating an unwieldy, dangerous mess.
Announcement comes one month after plans announced for a proof-of-concept tunnel.
We agree that pedestrians should take care not to walk in bike lanes, but this guy's methods are a bit extreme, to say the least.
How he survived this, we have no idea, but we're glad that he's alive and his motorbike seems to be in one piece.
One day, if Elon Musk gets his way, the Leo Baeck Temple in Los Angeles' tony Bel Air neighborhood will be just a hop, skip and a quick walk from the nearest Loop station.
The northwest part of the state has built an impressive network of bicycle infrastructure — thanks, in part, to Walmart.
There are 185 million daily crossings on nearly 56,000 structurally deficient US bridges, according to the American Road and Transportation Builders Association.