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ReutersPRAGUE, May 20 (Reuters) - Rail passengers searching for love in the Czech capital need look no further than the daily commute as the city makes plans to designate carriages on its underground trains for singles. Prague transport company Ropid wants to...
Tags: Prague (Czech Republic)
Last week presented the sort of opportunity that elected officials crave. As Gov. Martin O'Malley signed the gas tax increase into law, he announced a slew of new Maryland transportation projects — $1.2 billion in all — that can now move...
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ReutersCHICAGO (Reuters) - Chicago will shut down part of its "L" elevated rail system's busiest line for five months starting on Sunday, forcing thousands of commuters to seek other routes and creating the biggest such U.S. transit disruption in two decades....
ReutersPARIS - A fleet of little silver cars in Paris is showcasing France's gamble on electric vehicle technology in a project that backers say is even helping to narrow the capital's social divide. Modeled on the Velib bike-sharing program, Autolib has won...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Americans are driving less than they used to because of higher gasoline prices, a weak economy and changing generational preferences, according to a report released Tuesday that found a sixty-year "driving boom" had hit the brakes....
RedEyeHere comes the pain—but not the train. It's finally arrived, CTA riders. The CTA on Sunday will shut down the Red Line between Cermak-Chinatown and 95th Street for five months to overhaul the track. The agency is offering various alternatives from...
Reading newspapers and books or taking naps were once the prime pastimes for Metra customers. Now nearly half the riders are using personal electronic devices like laptops, smartphones, iPads and Kindles, and that percentage has doubled since 2010, a...
Tags: Metra, Electronics, Media Industry, Advertising, Marketing
The needs of single parents, the elderly, the disabled and those with limited income were discussed Tuesday at a transit workshop in Aberdeen. á More than 20 people looked for ways to improve transportation at the workshop. They looked for ways to share...
Tags: Family, Physical Disabilities
The Hartford CourantGov. Dannel P. Malloy has made headlines as a "transportation governor." He's put shovels in the ground for key transit projects and embraced a "complete streets" approach so that roads are safer for everyone who uses them. Overall, the state is...
New blue signs and expanded "wayfinding'' tools are popping up around Chicago and in two suburbs well-served by public transit, providing a more precise road map to point commuters and would-be riders to CTA and Metra rail stations and CTA and Pace bus...
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