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San Francisco's BART agency is considering a plan to convert old train cars into housing.
Women pay on average $25-50 more than men to get around the city because of concerns about being harassed, a new study found.
The Lyft app will now tell you the fastest way to get anywhere — even if it means taking public transit instead of a Lyft ride
Lyft is partnering with a company called Trafi to give riders more flexibility in their route, such as taking the subway or bus along with a Lyft ride — which could result in a more affordable trip.
Washington, DC, just dropped plans to provide separate trains for a white supremacist rally — here’s why many transit workers support the ...
Unionized transit workers argue that DC Metro should not give those attending the "Unite the Right" rally special treatment this weekend. The group, which was behind the Charlottesville rally last year, is associated with the Ku Klux Klan.
A new report from the Federal Reserve found that New Yorkers who live in high-income neighborhoods tend to experience fewer subway delays, while lower-income riders are disproportionately impacted by train delays.
These 16 cities are the most expensive for commuters. If you hate spending too much to ride the subway or bus, avoid living in London, Dublin, or Auckland, New Zealand.
Walk Score, the go-to metric for walkable, transit-friendly cities, has released its annual ranking. The scores can be useful for determining where it's possible to live without a car in the US.
The mayors of Chicago, Illinois and Newark, New Jersey say that inequality and a lack of reliable public transit are the two biggest factors in the US economy's slow growth. Approximately 80% of the nation's GDP comes from urban areas.
Two research institutes ranked cities based on the reliability and accessibility of their subways, bikeshares, and buses.
These images of water pouring into New York subway stations show just how dire conditions have become
New York City's subways are in a dire state of disrepair, and these pictures of water pouring into stations show just how bad things have become.