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Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced the reconstruction of a section of Lake Street that will serve as the foundation for a new CTA Green Line station on the Near West Side. The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT), the Chicago Transit Authorit

Industrial action on May 9 will affect several lines as commuters tire of dispute

News story: Aviation industry welcomes Brexit roundtable

The next week could be pivotal in determining whether Fort Lauderdale visitors, workers and residents ever board the Wave streetcars downtown.

Metra has begun contacting peer commuter railroads to examine other possible ways to collect fares, Derwinski said.

A study to be released Monday, after 3 1/2 years of work, significantly revises an idea raised by then-Mayor Ed Lee in 2013 to improve transit connectivity and create a new neighborhood.

MTI Executive Director, Karen Philbrick, Honored as Trailblazing Woman by YWCA Silicon Valley

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, Tuesday cast doubt on Brightline's approval for $1.75 billion of tax-exempt bonds, crucial financing for the Miami-to-Orlando passenger railroad.

With one week before Nashville's historic transit referendum election, a group funded by the conservative Koch network has launched its first set of ads urging defeat of the controversial proposal.

A crash involving an Okaloosa County transit bus sent eight people to the hospital Tuesday afternoon.



Toshiba Launches Dolby Vision Capable TVs

Toshiba Launches Dolby Vision Capable TVs


Toshiba Brings Home the Thrill of the Big Screen with New OLED TV Series

Toshiba Brings Home the Thrill of the Big Screen


Judson Brandt Appointed CEO of Priority Jet, a Premier Provider of Private Jet Aviation

Judson Brandt Appointed CEO of Priority Jet, a


The 5th SJGLE Buyers Sourcing Event to Take Place in HNC 2018

The 5th SJGLE Buyers Sourcing Event to Take Place


New York District Celebrates Diversity Day

New York District Celebrates Diversity Day