Louisville Public Transit Use Among Lowest of Large U.S. Cities

May 20, 2015

Louisville residents use public transportation at one of the lowest rates among the nation's largest cities, according to new research from the University of Michigan. Read Story


TARC Preparing to Launch New Fare System

May 14, 2015

Bus drivers and officials are working through the training and testing process, said Jon Reiter, spokesman for the transit authority. Read Story


Kentucky Legislators Considering Ways to Help Low-Income Residents With Bridge Toll Costs

May 11, 2015

Some Louisville lawmakers are backing Rep. Jim Wayne's sentiments that more needs to be done to help alleviate the burden tolls the new Ohio River bridge system will have on low-income residents. Read Story


Steps to Ease Burden of Tolls on Low-Income Residents Don’t Go Far Enough, Critics Say

May 7, 2015

The proposals are the result of a study commission in 2014 that examined the effects tolling would have on poorer residents in the Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Read Story

Eastbound I-64 Closed Near Story Avenue For Friday Rush Hour

April 24, 2015

stbound Interstate 64 just before Story Avenue will be closed during the Friday afternoon rush hour, according to a spokeswoman for the downtown crossing of the Ohio River Bridges Project. Read Story


What Some TARC Riders Have to Say About the Proposed Schedule Changes

April 23, 2015

And it seems unlikely city, state or federal lawmakers will address the budget shortfalls that have led to the proposed changes. Read Story

MOVE Louisville Transportation Plan Delayed

April 11, 2015

An expansive, multi-modal transportation plan is still in the works for Louisville, despite recent delays. The Move Louisville strategic plan was initiated in November 2013. Officials expected to have a finalized plan within 10 months of that date, according to … Read Story

Ride Sharing Companies Get Green Light For Louisville Airport Passenger Pick-Ups

March 18, 2015

Residents and visitors in need of a ride from Louisville International Airport will soon be able to take advantage of ride sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. Read Story


Public Hearing Set for Choice of Ohio River Bridges Toll Operator

March 13, 2015

The public will have a chance later this month to offer input on the tentative selection of a Virginia company to handle electronic tolling on new Ohio River bridges linking Kentucky and Indiana. Read Story


Louisville Begins ‘Blitz’ to Fix Pothole Problems

March 11, 2015

Metro crews will work to repair thousands of potholes on Louisville roads during the next few months in what is being called the "pothole blitz," Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced Wednesday. Read Story


Low Gas Prices May Be Good For Motorists, But Not Kentucky’s Road Fund

January 14, 2015

Kentucky lawmakers are preparing for a drop in the amount of funding they receive for the state’s Road Fund. Read Story


Zero Emission, All-Electric Buses Take To Louisville Streets

January 12, 2015

The cost of that electricity is “next to nothing” compared to the cost of diesel fuel, said Geoffrey Hobin, special projects manager for TARC. Read Story


Kentucky Traffic Deaths Up In 2014

January 2, 2015

The number of traffic fatalities in Kentucky in 2014 surpassed those in 2013 before the year came to an end—despite officials' earlier hopes that the state was poised to improve its road death numbers. Read Story