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Gov. Sam Brownback must decide whether to sign a bill that ride-hailing company Uber has said would drive it out of the state if it becomes law.
The state's first public bike-sharing program has begun rolling in Topeka. The Topeka Metro Bikes program kicked off Wednesday afternoon with a brief ceremony on the Washburn University campus. It offers 100 bicycles for anyone to use for short-term recreation or commuting in the state's capital city.
Overland Park officials have approved spending $27 million over several years to install 165 miles of bicycle lanes throughout the city.
The Kansas House has approved changes to a transportation bill that Uber says could drive it out of the state.
Federal regulators say a Union Pacific line has reopened a day after two trains collided in central Kansas.
The Reason Foundation, a libertarian think tank based in Los Angeles, released a report Thursday ranking the Kansas state highway system fifth best in the nation in overall highway performance and efficiency.
A $12.5 million federal grant will pay for urgent repairs on the route of Amtrak's Southwest Chief in western Kansas and eastern Colorado, but funding for upgrades in southern Colorado and New Mexico remains uncertain.
The study provided recommendations for three areas: the placement of park-and-ride stations, pedestrian accessibility to public transportation and the countywide bike system. Commissioners voted to accept the study as a guideline for future improvements.
The city’s fixed route bus system — called the T — had annual ridership of more than one million passengers for the first time in its history.
City and Kansas University buses have recently been equipped with GPS devices to track their movements. The technology allows riders wanting to check on the location of a bus to find out via text message. Dubbed "Where's My Bus?", the system is meant to minimize the wait time at bus stops for riders.By Ben Unglesbee
We'll see mostly cloudy skies with a high around 65 and gusty south winds at 30-40 mph. Thunderstorms will develop west of the area by late afternoon and push in by evening. Some storms will be capable of large hail ...
Today's weather forecast: Sunny and unseasonably mild today, highs in the middle-50's. Still mildtonight, lows in the lower-30's. Today's headlines: Amtrak and the Kansas Department of Transportation are looking into adding Lawrence and other Kansas communities to a line that ...
Today's forecast: It should be a pleasant Thanksgiving, with a high of 53 and a low of 22. Temperatures should hit 46 degrees by noon, and level off at 54 by 4 p.m. In today's news: Local law enforcement agencies ...
Expect high temperatures to be in the mid-60's today with lows tonight in the upper 30's. In today's headlines: It's time to winterize your home; KDOT expects road salt supply next week In Sports: Sharp, KU's Woods renew rivalry from ...
The first day of October will bring a daytime high of 72 degrees under mostly sunny skies. Our wind will be brisk out of the north between 5-15 mph with gusts near 20 mph. Our evening promises to be a ...
One of three new hybrid-diesel buses for the T was on a training run Thursday, August 11, 2011. The new eco-transit vehicles will be put into service on bus route 11 on August 22.
Area residents Thursday evening gathered at Free State High School to gain information and ask questions about an area transportation plan that's being put together. The plan will affect an area surrounding the US-40 and K-10 interchange in west Lawrence.
Kansas Department of Transportation Secretary Deb Miller on Friday said KDOT employees using 600 snow plows efficiently plowed roads from this week's winter storm. She said on a typical weekday in February approximately $175 million worth of commerce goes across state roads. Her comments came following a news conference by Gov. Sam Brownback, who commended Kansans for digging out of the storm.
Union Pacific railroad workers fix rails in subzero temperatures, as heavy snow falls east of Lawrence, as Lawrence and surround counties are in a winter storm watch.
Jack "Lefty" Leftwich gained a love for flying when he was 7, and that love led him to fly for Pan American World Airways during WWII. Now, at 93, he still flies his ultralight aircraft from his airstrip by his home.
KU on Wheels and the T received some praise for their ridership increases during the last several years. Changes in rider requirements have help increase numbers.
The use of mo-peds began sometime in the early 1970s and is making a comeback now. Mark Boyle spent some time with an area mo-ped gang as they hit the streets in style.
The city commission is asking for a proposal to change the current layout of the Public Transit System routes. Commissioners believe combining certain routes would make them easier to understand.
A set of eco-friendlier buses is set to hit Lawrence streets Wednesday. The vehicles are a combination of electric and diesel power.
Local transit systems are looking to work more closely to provide service to people in Lawrence. A new route would allow more people to have access to the services.