California residents see benefits of high speed rail, including jobs and traffic reduction, but most are turned off by skyrocketing costs.
A Portland, Oregon area light rail route attracted the biggest real estate investments of any surface transit system in the country, according to a new study.
The typical early-adopter of an electric vehicle is likely to be a man, probably middle-aged, living in or near a big city, according to a recent study.
A new report by the Federal Railroad Administration for the northeast sketches out 15 alternatives representing different levels of investment through the year 2040 in the 457-mile corridor.
California passed a high-speed rail bond measure in 2008, but a new survey shows just 43 of voters now supporting it.
Ambitious plans in New York City would add 10,000 public parking spots for electric vehicles over the next seven years.
Transportation Nation reports on how in Virginia lawmakers are debating the state’s transportation funding plan, including the status of EVs.
Transportation Nation reports on an app Chevy is developing that would help Volt owners track exactly how much — or how little — it costs to recharge their cars.
Transportation Nation reports on how alternative fuel advocates are hopeful EVs will eventually catch on in the Sunshine State, especially in the central area.
Transportation Nation, in its debut on EarthTechling, reports on a new book that talks in part about Florida’s one time flirtation with high-speed rail.