Killer Fatally Shot Victims After Following Them on Public Transit: Police
A Philadelphia police captain on Friday said the killings are a "random act of violence, which we may never get to the bottom of and uncover why."
Woman Backed After Faking Pregnancy for Seat: 'Luggage off the Train'
"That's what's called a cheat code!" one user said.
Man Refusing to Let Pregnant Woman Sit in Empty Bus Seat Sparks Fury
The woman's husband accused her of acting "inappropriately" after the man told her he was using the seat for his hand.
Nurse Kicked, Punched by Teenagers on Bus After Asking Them to Wear Masks
Wearing a face covering in closed public spaces has been mandatory in France since July 21.
In Tel Aviv, Green, Electrical Shared Scooters are a Blessing—And a Curse
Electric scooters are helping people move about a massively congested cities with underdeveloped public transport—but poor regulation means accidents and injuries are rife.
Six Ways to Stop Climate Change and Global Warming According to Scientists
System change can sound scary, but as the current system drives social injustice and environmental destruction, a new approach to address both is called for.
Mayor Takes Public Transport and Arrives Two Hours Late
"I will ride the public transport with the townspeople to experience the difficult sections and assess traffic capacity," Mayor Mikhail Isayev insisted.
Luxembourg Will Make All Public Transport Free
The country's new government hopes the policy will reduce gridlock and limit carbon emissions.
Rolls-Royce Unveils Flying Taxi Concept
The vehicle will be able to carry four or five people and travel at speeds of up to 250 mph, with a range of 500 miles.
Why Do Rome Buses Keep Bursting into Flames?
Two buses burst into flames in two different parts of town on Tuesday, the ninth and tenth such incident since the beginning of the year.
600 MPH Levitating Train to Be Tested in China
Afraid of heights? Train technology is catching up quickly, so you may never have to deal with turbulence again.
Robert Reich: Why the World Is Laughing at Trump
We need good roads, bridges and railways, not another tax dodge for the rich.
How Science Can Help Cities Prepare for Subway Attacks
Engineering and psychology research can help improve evacuation procedures in subway attacks, like the recent St Petersburg bombing.
Disabled Passenger Takes Bus Company to Supreme Court
Wheelchair user Doug Paulley was unable to travel on a bus to Leeds in 2012.