American Airlines has had a horrible, nasty terrible summer. Meanwhile major cities like New York, Boston and Washington D.C. may have to wait for new subway cars ordered from a Chinese company because Congress is afraid they might be used in a cyber attack. Also, have you ever run a red light?
Ever hear of congestion pricing? You will if you drive to work. Also when was the last time you found yourself stuck at a railroad crossing with a train that never seemed to end? Finally if you are picking your airline seats for an upcoming flight, stay away from the window seat......
A new cost saving personnel policy on trains may be putting passengers at risk, ride sharing price surges are coming into question and bowling with trams in Europe are all on the agenda in this episode.
Public transportation is evolving at lightning speed and no where else faster than First Mile/Last Mile modes of travel. Driverless shuttle buses for daily commuters have sprung up in a number of U.S. cities, e-scooter pilot programs are exploding and would you believe pogo sticks?
Boeing is still reeling from the news that it sent misinformation about the dreaded 737 which has crashed twice in five months killing a total of 346 people. A number of American carriers have slowed their flight schedules through the fall to avoid using the aircraft. California is pondering the benefits of High Speed Rail and Boston, Massachusetts is trying to explain multiple derailments and runaway trains. Rod Morrison is a re... Read more