Articles tagged “transit”

Beijing’s Bike-Sharing Companies Race to the Bottom on Price

Beijing’s Bike-Sharing Companies Race to the Bottom on Price

Associated Press

Bike-sharing programs are now common in tourist-heavy cities like Beijing, but these programs don't maintain themselves, and rock-bottom prices don't help. Just look at all the financial and human resources that go into New York's Citi Bike.

2 years ago

Mapping the Most Transit-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

Mapping the Most Transit-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

Eric Roston, Bloomberg

Great for both locals and visitors alike.

3 years ago

Wynn Resorts Boston Runs Into Opposition From Attorney General

Wynn Resorts Boston Runs Into Opposition From Attorney General

Philip Marcelo , Associated Press

The Massachusetts Attorney General's concerns that the permit application must include a long-term traffic mitigation plan will be part of the negotiating process between Wynn Resorts and authorities. This opposition doesn't mean the project is dead.

4 years ago

Nokia Developing Global E-Ticket Standards for Transit Organizations

Nokia Developing Global E-Ticket Standards for Transit Organizations

Adam Ewing, Bloomberg

With innovations like this, we hope that Nokia stays independent of takeovers from Uber or auto manufacturers.

4 years ago

Prague rail service to provide a car for singles commuters looking to mingle

Prague rail service to provide a car for singles commuters looking to mingle

Robert Mueller, Reuters

The idea is cute, but for the stated goal of encouraging public transportation, updating Wi-Fi access aboard the trains may be more effective.

6 years ago