Despite all the improvement in driver safety technology, 2015 marked the greatest percentage rise in auto fatalities in the U.S. since 2008.
Officials have long been working on ways to increase nonstop flights to various hubs around the country and Mexico to attract more business and visitors.
The mixer and game night will focus on the importance of creating regional dialogue among cities and municipalities about transportation.
A new set of recommendations urges Georgia’s Legislature to establish a consistent funding stream for transit and to coordinate services at the state level.
From taxis that won’t stop for them to riding at the back of buses, African-Americans have long endured discrimination within the transportation industry.
The City of San Antonio and the SA River Authority have teamed up to maximize parking and storm water management just south of the Pearl Brewery complex.
Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing companies will continue to operate in San Antonio under a four-year plan that allows optional fingerprint background checks.
Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Russell “Russ” J. Handy will be the City of San Antonio’s new Aviation Department director.
City staff presented City Council with a number of rule changes for both rideshare and more traditional transportation services on Wednesday.
In the face of uncertainty about funding from federal and State governments, communities are taking it upon themselves to fund public transportation.