RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Public Transportation

A collection of news and information related to Public Transportation published by this site and its partners.

Top Public Transportation Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • CTA: Trains stopping at Belmont station again

    CTA: Trains stopping at Belmont station again
    Red and Brown Line trains are stopping at the CTA's Belmont station again after the station had been bypassed earlier in the afternoon because of police activity near the Pride Parade in the Lake View neighborhood, the transit agency said. CTA spokesman...
  • Residents can provide input on U.S. 441 corridor study through online survey

    Following up on several meetings to discuss how to improve traffic flow along U.S. Highway 441, the state Department of Transportation is offering residents a chance to provide input through an online survey. The corridor study area runs from the Golden...
  • Elizabeth River tunnels project contract spurred creation of HRTAC

    The Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission, which will manage regional transportation revenues from gas and sales taxes, will become an official state body on Tuesday. But several of the legislators, mayors and county board chairs who...
  • Transportation in Brazil mostly holding up under onslaught of World Cup fans

    SAO PAULO Alpha Ndebele had a tight and ambitious schedule. He touched down in Brazil at Sao Paulo's Guarulhos international airport the morning of the World Cup's opening match, on June 12. He had to fly to Brasilia the next day, Curitiba the day after,...
  • Crude oil rail shipment details begin to leak out

    WASHINGTON Some information about large crude oil shipments by rail is becoming publicly available, in spite of industry efforts to keep those details confidential, since the federal government ordered railroads to begin sharing it with state and local...
  • Railroads give up attempts to keep crude oil shipment data secret

    WASHINGTON The nation's largest haulers of crude oil by rail on Tuesday appeared to abandon their insistence that information about such shipments could not be shared publicly for security reasons. Meanwhile, states, including some that had previously...
  • Grand opening held for new transportation center at Bob Hope Airport

    Grand opening held for new transportation center at Bob Hope Airport
    Officials applauded the grand opening of a new $112-million transportation center at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank on Friday, called by many a significant step toward linking multiple types of transportation with the airfield. The 520,000-square foot...
  • Pasadena light rail plans pose alternative to 710 extension

    Glendale officials are watching with anticipation as something unfolds in the city of Pasadena that could affect the outcome of the controversial 710 Freeway extension. Not content to wait until February to hear and respond to the results of an...
  • Firm with history of fraud gets $64 million tollway contract

    Firm with history of fraud gets $64 million tollway contract
    The Illinois Tollway on Thursday awarded a $64 million construction contract to a New York-based firm that admitted improper hiring practices and paid a $7.5 million penalty in connection with an alleged minority hiring scheme in that city. Judlau...
  • Tollway poised to award contract to firm accused of hiring fraud

    Tollway poised to award contract to firm accused of hiring fraud
    The Illinois Tollway is poised to award a hefty construction contract to a New York-based firm that was accused of fraud in connection with minority hiring for a tunnel project in that city, the Tribune has learned. Judlau Contracting Inc.'s $64 million...
  • Train station to connect Metro rail lines with LAX approved

    Train station to connect Metro rail lines with LAX approved
    Los Angeles County transportation officials on Thursday approved a new train station designed to allow a rail connection with Los Angeles International Airport, capping decades of discussion and complaints over one of Southern California's most infamous...