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A composite image showing the view from Medellín's cable cars and one of the carriages riding past.

Here’s what it’s like to ride Medellín’s famous cable car system, which helped transform the Colombian city from the world̵...

The Colombian city of Medellín sprawls up the side of the Andes mountains, and cable cars connect once-isolated neighborhoods to the city center.

LTA just unveiled plans for more MRT stations and a possible new rail line that could cut 40 minutes of travel time to the city

The proposed improvements are part of the Land Transport Authority's efforts to create a "45-minute city with 20-minute towns".

Public transport users can finally tap their Visa contactless cards to pay for rides – here’s how to get on board

You don't need to pre-register your card to use it on the bus. Here's what you need to do instead.

An unofficially revamped Singapore MRT map is so good that even the LTA’s interest is piqued

The creator of the unofficial MRT map says he is now meeting the LTA, who have also planned a new MRT map for later this year.
A Los Angeles Metro Rail station.

The Los Angeles subway transports more than 300,000 people a day — here’s what it’s like to ride it

Los Angeles has a reputation as a car city, but it also has a surprisingly decent subway system.

San Francisco’s new public trains are clean, spacious and surprisingly quiet — here’s what it’s like to ride one

Many of the Bay Area Rapid Transit trains currently in use have been around since the 1970s.
There are 1,500 passenger journeys on Bogotá's bus system every day.

Bogotá’s massive bus system has been globally hailed as a triumph in public transit — here’s why I prefer it over New York City...

Nearly 10% of the TransMilenio's passengers used to commute by their own cars. Now, they take the bus.

Call by National Transport Workers’ Union for commuters to help when trains break down

The transport workers' union suggests training volunteers from the public to assist front-line workers.