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Written by Jesse Scheckner on January 21, 2020 Advertisement Work to improve mobility in Miami-Dade is ongoing, and according to Transportation Director Alice Bravo, travelers here can already expect the county to reach five major milestones before the year is over. “First things first, we’ll be completing the...

In a recent Seattle Times Op-Ed, state Sen. Curtis King was right when he said we need a better, more secure way to fund Washington’s transportation system. However, his revenue solutions are ineffective and fall short in building a cleaner...

As someone who takes Transjakarta buses on a daily basis, Rizaldy Yusuf said he was happy with how the service had developed throughout the years. Starting with only a few buses on one corridor 16 years ago, it now operates a fleet of 3,865 buses with...

Bebo2good1 [CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)](NEW YORK, NEW YORK)— On a typical day, New Yorkers are usually cursing rather than thanking the city for its creaky, unreliable transportation system. However, with flat-rate fees and 24-hour service, New York’s transportation system actually does wonders to help balance out...

By TIM SINIARD All aboard! Travelers may have the opportunity to "choo-choo" from Chattanooga to Nashville or Atlanta if Amtrak and state officials come to an agreement over a proposed passenger rail line connecting the three cities. If everything falls into place, the proposed Atlanta to Nashville...