A Miami-based startup is helping Grand Rapids residents and businesses pocket extra cash by renting out their parking spaces.
With dropping temperatures and drivers’ safety on their minds, Muskegon, Kent and Ottawa County road workers would like to keep these conditions to a minimum, and frost sensors can help do that.
The Rapid has appointed its interim COO to fill the role on a permanent basis.
The Rapid announced it joined the American Public Transportation Association’s Health and Safety Commitments Program.
Participants are slowly returning to Care Resources’ Day Center, but the pandemic altered the way the local Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) organization cared for its participants — individuals who are 55 years or older and meet nursing home requirements but opt to stay home and receive at-home care.
DETROIT — Bus riders were stranded Friday in Detroit as drivers concerned about the coronavirus refused to report to work.
The city of Grand Rapids and Ford subsidiary Spin are launching a citywide e-scooter share program.
Lake Michigan Carferry’s former financial controller was sentenced to 63 months in prison for stealing more than $1.7 million from the company over 11 years.
Grand Rapids experienced one of the highest resurgences in public transit use, according to a recent study.
The city of Grand Rapids and May Mobility announced the autonomous vehicle shuttle service will resume Monday.
Michigan’s second bus rapid transit line, the Laker Line, officially opened for service Monday to university students, faculty and staff, as well as the general public.
A logistics and transportation company was named the fastest-growing private company in West Michigan and the third fastest in Michigan.
LANSING — The state of Michigan and some private partners are taking steps toward building or assigning dedicated lanes for automated vehicles on a 40-mile (65-kilometer) stretch of highway between Detroit and Ann Arbor.
The state Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) wants to make sure operators of electric vehicles have enough places to plug in.
Indian Trails Inc. will restart most of its daily scheduled bus service Saturday.
The leadership at Grand Rapids-based American Seating — a manufacturer of passenger seating for city service buses, light rails and motor coaches — recently changed.
Several fare payment changes will take place on The Rapid’s bus service Saturday.
Grand Rapids roads aren’t so bad according to a national report.
Classic Transportation and Warehousing broke ground last month on a new warehousing project being built in Allegan County.
The Rapid is launching GO!Bus Plus, a six-month pilot program that will use a mobile app and web portal to offer pre-scheduled and on-demand rides.