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Free wi-fi now available on Xpress buses

6:00 am Apr. 18, 2016

Recently the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority began providing its Xpress coach bus customers a nice perk: free Wi-Fi service.

The amenity is seen as way to enhance our customers’ commuting experience, allowing them to check emails

Input sought on Xpress stops near federal buildings

12:40 pm Apr. 11, 2016

Xpress bus customers who work at the federal buildings in downtown Atlanta can hear more about proposed service changes at a public forum Tuesday.

Customers affected are those who use existing stops along Forsyth Street and

Atlanta to swap traffic data with Waze navigation app

6:00 am Mar. 31, 2016

The city of Atlanta this week announced a partnership with the social navigation app Waze to share information about real-time construction, crashes, road closures and slow-downs.

The data-sharing partnership is aimed at assisting the city reduce

Atlanta’s MLK Drive could go from joke to jewel

10:57 am Mar. 24, 2016

Chris Rock has famously joked that Martin Luther King Jr. stood for nonviolence, but “I don’t give a *** where you are in America, if you’re on Martin Luther King Boulevard, there’s some violence going

Lawmaker slams Falcons Stadium pedestrian bridge

6:00 am Jan. 21, 2016

State Sen. Vincent Fort this week criticized a proposed pedestrian bridge connecting the Vine City MARTA station to the Atlanta Falcons’ new Mercedes-Benz Stadium as a “bridge for a billionaire” and said he wants to

Uber to offer new carpooling service in Atlanta

7:00 am Dec. 2, 2015

The popular ridesharing app Uber on Wednesday announced it will be introducing a new and more economical carpooling service in Atlanta, called uberPOOL.

The new ridesharing option is currently only available in a handful of other

Speed limit signs malfunctioning on I-285

11:06 am Nov. 17, 2015

Officials at the Georgia Department of Transportation have said signs posted on opposite sides of the road often have problems “talking” to each other via wireless radio signals. Also, drivers have been plowing into the