public transit

The Amalgamated Transit Union and its Minneapolis members issued statements in solidarity with protests against the police killing of George Floyd.
Seattle bus drivers are continuing to work, even as COVID-19 spreads in the city.
Cities in the U.S. and around the world are making buses and trains free for residents, aiming to increase equality and tackle pollution.
A woman is sexually harassed every 20 hours on São Paulo’s trains, buses and subways, a HuffPost Brazil analysis finds.
Union workers vowed not to support "hate group" accommodation for those attending the upcoming rally.
Transportation investments work. Look no further than the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica that opened earlier this year
The hard question is, where do we get the money? One way is through public-private partnerships, or "P3s," which can be used
The potential deal begs a fundamental question about public goods and services. Who do we want to control them? Us, or a small handful of investors and Wall Street banks?