New renderings unveiled for BART’s proposed 2nd transbay crossing; collaboration with Amtrak Capitol Corridor proposed

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Advocates say a proposed second Transbay crossing would revolutionize rail travel across Northern California and now new renderings have been unveiled. Capitol Corridor and BART are talking about building a crossing under the bay to carry trains from both systems. It’s still decades away. But people who count on public transportation … Read more

Phoenix Startup Sells the Most Popular E-Bike in North America

When Levi Conlow sold homemade electric skateboards out of his Grand Canyon University dorm room in 2016, he didn’t know he’d end up on Forbes 30 Under 30 List in 2022. After his first electric bicycle bombed at the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show in 2018, he didn’t expect it would be the top-selling … Read more

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Detroit’s QLine Extending Hours Beginning This Weekend – CBS Detroit

(CBS DETROIT) – QLine announced that it will be extending its service hours. The extension means the QLine will be operational until midnight from Monday to Saturday. #ServiceUpdate! Starting June 18th, QLINE will run until 12 am Monday-Saturday! Now riders will be able to use the QLINE to enjoy nightlife along the Woodward corridor, special … Read more

Personal Finance Tips That New Graduates Should Follow |

While it can be exciting to graduate college, it can also be a stressful time because you will be living in the real world. Managing your money is often a big part of how successful you are in the adult world, which is why you should take the time to build strong habits now. Balancing … Read more

VTA ends mask mandate days after federal judge strikes down national mask requirement

The Valley Transportation Authority announced Wednesday it was dropping its mask requirements aboard VTA buses, light rail and paratransit vehicles and at VTA facilities. The news comes after a federal judge in Florida struck down a mask mandate on mass transit and airplanes Monday, prompting airlines to repeal their masking requirements. “In light of recent … Read more

Detroit Department Of Transportation Drops Mask Requirement On Buses – CBS Detroit

DETROIT (CBS DETROIT) – The Detroit Department of Transportation announced on Tuesday that masks will no longer be required on buses, at shelters or in buildings. This comes after a federal judge strikes down a mask mandate that was place for public transportation. READ MORE: Officials Investigating After Second Monroe County Jail Inmate Found Dead … Read more

COVID-19 & Transportation: SEPTA passengers no longer required to wear masks

For the first time in almost two years, all SEPTA riders and many employees no longer have to wear face masks. The transportation authority said Monday that its system-wide COVID-19 mask requirement has been lifted. The policy change applies to all SEPTA passengers and employees aboard buses, trains, trolleys or subways, as well as those … Read more

SEPTA receives $ 9.8 million grant for construction of two bus facilities in South Philly

A $ 9.8 million grant was awarded to SEPTA from President Biden’s bipartisan Infrastructure Law for the design and creation of two end-of-route bus facilities in South Philadelphia. Congressman Dwight Evans and Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon announced the plans on Monday. The transportation centers will include ADA-accessible bus stops with benches, bus shelters, signage, ample … Read more