London's contact-less payments system is already embraced by many international travelers who want to quickly get where they're going. It doesn't make sense for travelers to buy a card they may only need a few times and tapping credit cards and Apple Pay on card readers solves this problem.
That the U.S.'s most important rail connection has to deal with these funding issues is a testament to idiotic transportation policy at the federal and state levels.
We support anything that promises to make California's constant nightmare-traffic less miserable.
The wildy inventive design at Arnhem Central helps position the city as more than just a mere transfer point for people enroute to Amsterdam.
Anyone who's ever driven from Orlando to Miami knows that traversing Florida highways can be a slog. By offering travelers a faster alternative, Brightline has a chance to succeed.
Should foreign governments, heavily involved in business enterprises and not just governing, be subject to lawsuits in the U.S? The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up the issue.
Amtrak is collecting content from both professional "Amtrak Residency" writers and its customers to create a large enough inventory of stories and visuals to show the scale of the rail line's national network.
Amtrak, thankfully, says it's not trying to generate revenue by charging fees to passengers exceeding its already generous baggage allowances.
Indonesia's transport minister is hampering China and Japan's efforts to export high-speed rail technology, citing the need only for more cost effective medium-speed rail.
Europe's trains are still safer than the average movie theater in the U.S.