The digital NY Train Project has reached Brooklyn.
There are plenty of other benefits that have nothing to do with drivers.
The London borough of Enfield is the latest to raise a widely debunked concern over sales.
On the contrary, according to a new Muni review, they’re great for the city’s transportation system.
Mayors of Jersey City and Hoboken discuss contingency plans for a tunnel closure coming soon to the New York metro region.
An unfortunate case study in political inaction.
There’s a lesson in this misery: transit agencies and cities forget about rider comfort at their own peril.
The “first” local government action against the carmaker surely won’t be the last.
The short answer: pretty much everywhere.
It’s also connected with lower happiness, according to a new study.
Residents of Coronado, California, marched out a series of absurd anti-bike arguments that somehow won the day.
A closer look at the West Virginia report at the center of the VW emissions scandal.
As L.A.’s Carmageddon proved a few years ago, congestion alerts can be extremely effective—until they wear off.
Without federal funding, bullet train projects across the country have gotten creative.
Transit riders and walkers, who avoid the “unexpected delays” of traffic, stack up better in a new survey.
Opposition to Champaign’s new relaxed parking requirement is actually a powerful case in its favor.
Air pollution from coal prematurely kills millions of people each year. And there’s an obvious fix.
In metro Denver, office proximity leads to higher transit commute shares.
If a goal of the train is to reduce car-reliance, why does a new rendering show a big surface lot?