$2 trillion is a lot of money, but is it enough? Plus, racist freeways, freeways near schools and more headlines.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is re-branding one of its largest discretionary grant programs to explicitly reward regional and local governments who put equity and sustainability first in their transportation projects. But some advocates are holding their applause until they see how the department will actually define those critical terms.
Breaking: Republicans still aren't serious about doing an infrastructure deal. Plus all the other news from yesterday.
The City of Boston has engaged a consulting firm to propose new policies and design a pilot program for e-cargo bike deliveries in an effort to reduce congestion and air pollution on downtown streets.
After hundreds of nominations and 14 hard-fought battles, we're finally down to the last two sorry stops standing. And we need your help to determine which one deserves the title of the worst waiting area in North America — or should we say Amérique du Nord?
A new report from Seamless Bay Area outlines key governance reforms that could transform Bay Area transit.