Seattle considers ride-share rate increases to boost drivers' wages

Dive Brief: The Seattle City Council plans to debate a resolution requiring a minimum base fare for ride-share trips, according to GeekWire and others. The resolution...

Canarsie Residents Want a Ferry to Save Them From the L Train Shutdown

In early 2019, the L train in New York City will shut down for 15 months to repair damage caused during Hurricane Sandy. Leading...

SEPTA lost millions of bus trips last year, feds say. Proposed solutions are in...

Bus ridership in Philadelphia dropped 10 percent in the past year, recent federal data shows, a loss that represents one of the biggest drops...

Federal Legislation Needed To Break Up New York Legislature's Cozy Ties

Congressman John Faso, a Republican representing New York’s 19th district, has taken a bold step and introduced legislation aimed at overriding one of his home...

This Guy Wants to Build a Pontoon Bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan

In early 2019, the L train in New York City will shut down for 15 months to repair damage caused during Hurricane Sandy. Leading...

A troubled bridge over a Queens neighborhood

NEW YORK — Every few minutes, Nathalie Reid’s health-food store in Kew Gardens, Queens, gives a shudder with bottles of kombucha and boxes of...

Transportation commissioner talks fare hikes, service reductions

Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James P. Redeker speaks to a council of town leaders from western Connecticut. — Peter Yankowski photo Faced with rail...

Untapped Staff Reads: Garbage Grabbers Cleaning Newtown Creek, Life and Death of Willets Point

Image via Flickr: Doug Letterman Here’s what the Untapped Cities staff is reading in the HQ today: The MTA May Soon Be Getting Even More of...

Negin Farsad Illuminates Social Issues Through her Commentary

Negin Farsad Illuminates Social Issues Through her Commentary Lillian Johnson/Old Gold&Black Thursday, February 22, 2018 Negin Farsad, a Muslim American of Iranian descent, visited Wake Forest on...

The MTA May Soon Be Getting Even More of Your Money

Live in these buildings? You may soon be helping pay off the MTA’s debt. Stacy Walsh Rosenstock/Alamy A significant portion of New York City property...