Greta Thunberg's tweet about riding on the floor of a train didn't sit well with German railway company Deutsche Bahn, which said she had a seat in first class.
We might not all be Greta Thunberg, shunning air travel for weeks-long odysseys aboard Atlantic yachts, but turning our backs on short-haul flights in favor of train travel is, for many of us, a more practical enterprise.
An Amtrak train struck a vehicle in Palm Beach County, Florida, on Saturday afternoon, killing at least three people, authorities said.
At least 12 people have been killed and around 100 others injured after two trains collided in eastern Bangladesh in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Japan's love affair with trains continues to push the design envelope.
Hong Kong's subway operator says it will crack down on violence at its train stations.
Mass demonstrations and strikes in Hong Kong forced its biggest airline, Cathay Pacific, to cancel more than 150 flights on Monday and urge passengers to postpone non-essential travel.
London's subway has become the latest transportation agency to use location data collected from people's smartphones in a bid to improve services.
A flash flood warning has been issued for the Washington, D.C., metro area until 1:45 p.m. Monday by the National Weather Service.
A single, small slug has been blamed for a massive power failure that brought part of Japan's high-speed rail network to a standstill last month.
To mark 50 years since the Stonewall uprising, New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority has put its own Pride logos on 50 train cars across the city.
A new floating bullet train capable of hitting speeds of 600 kilometers per hour (about 372 miles/hour) is one step closer to reality in China.
In 1903, British colonial administrator Sir Charles Norton Edgecumbe Eliot made a bold statement: "It is not uncommon for a country to create a railway, but it is uncommon for a railway to create a country."
Japan has started testing its fastest-ever bullet train -- capable of reaching 400 kilometers per hour (249 mph) -- as it continues to develop the revolutionary mode of travel.
Pulling out from beneath St Pancras's magnificent wrought iron roof, the Eurostar slipping through tunnels towards the Kent countryside, it's easy to feel blasé about taking a train from London to mainland Europe.
As the train pulls out of the station, you slowly drift off to sleep. Several hours later, you wake up in another country, exciting new scenes speeding past the windows.
A new, faster generation of driverless magnetic levitation trains is set to debut in China as early as 2020, according to state media.
Three people were killed and nine injured when a vehicle was struck Tuesday by two Long Island Rail Road trains going in opposite directions, according to MTA Long Island Rail Road president Phillip Eng.
The European Union has blocked a merger by Siemens and Alstom that would have created the train equivalent of aviation powerhouse Airbus.
Five people have died as a result of a winter storm that slammed the Midwest this weekend before shifting toward the Northeast, bringing dangerous conditions to roads, railways and airports.
Japan has its famed Shinkasens, Russia its Maglevs, France its TGVs.
A high-speed train crashed Thursday in the Turkish capital of Ankara, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens more, according to the city's governor.
There's no slowing China's high-speed rail ambitions.
A runaway train took off without its driver then rattled over 57 miles at speeds of over 62 miles per hour before being deliberately derailed, Australia's Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said Monday.