How to get around when you’re on the ground—during a pandemic
Capital Metro busses and rail are operating with abbreviated schedules, some closed routes, and no fares.
Bus and train service is still running but for essential travel only during stay-home-work-safe order.
Apartments, condos, and houses a short walk from a fast bus, starting at $1,125/month
From downtown to Leander, there are apartments, condos, and houses available all up and down Austin’s commuter rail line.
Transpo trends of the 2010s, from scooters to Uber
Micromobility company Revel puts 1,000 of its vehicles on city streets
At the C40 Summit in Copenhagen, 34 city leaders pledge to push aggressive measures to curb dirty air.
Ford and the city partner on plan to test autonomous vehicles
Central Austin detours are part of $124.2 million flyover and bridge projects for highway traffic. But there’s a pedestrian and bike bridge at the end of one of them.
Ford launches City: One Challenge to solicit transportation solution ideas from locals
Council directs shared streets pilot to look at restricting motorized-vehicle access on some nights
In lieu of formal action, some suggest riders use local nonprofit ride-hailing app
Large percentage of incidents were "potentially preventable," says national agency
Dockless mobility got a huge boost during the event, with significant increases in rides, app downloads, and distance covered—as well as, of course, discussion about all of it
City will forbid use of dockless vehicles on Sixth, Red RIver, and Rainey streets; violators could be charged and fined
Exchange student on Lime scooter hit by car in fatal crash
No need to drink and drive, y’all: taxis, ride-hailing, pedicabs, free public transpo, overnight parking, and more good choices
National public health center will focus on incidents and injuries in the city during fall 2018