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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.
Nathan Leder said his business is a living example of how restaurants in this day and age should seriously consider third-party delivery platforms as a way to enhance food sales.
The Metropolitan Transportation Plan for Kent and Ottawa counties has cleared federal approval.
Formerly Grandville-based freight and logistics company Venture Connect recently moved to Grand Rapids’ West Side.
The Rapid has 500 reusable cloth masks available to riders at Rapid Central Station, free of charge, starting Tuesday.
The Rapid will implement a new summer service schedule effective May 26.
Byron Center-based Pro-Vision Video Systems announced the release of its new 900 Series Hybrid HD DVR that combines 1080p HD recording and observation technology in one device for commercial vehicle operators.
DETROIT — General Motors is sending its Maven car-sharing business to the junkyard.
Amazon is offering employment opportunities in Grand Rapids for people who may have lost their jobs due to COVID-19.
The trucking industry has experienced a wave of ups and downs during the last two years, but despite that, one freight company has been weathering the storm.
The Rapid is cutting capacity on its buses to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
West Michigan truckers are getting a helping hand through the COVID-19 pandemic.