From driverless cars to safety initiatives, it was quite a year for advancements in mobility.
And could strengthen climate policies in California cities for years to come.
A lesson in "phantom" trips.
In challenging local regulations, the ride service has gone too far in undermining public safety.
The future of on-time train arrivals depends on the high court.
Fears that new buses and trains will bring "unsavory people" persist, despite evidence to the contrary.
From pay-by-plate kiosks to pollution surcharges to length-based fees.
In many metros, young people today commute by car as often as they did in 1980.
From 24-hour, ATM-style vestibules to library cards that double as subway fares.
Of $735 million in damages collected between 2006 and 2011, officers paid less than .02 percent.
A UCLA research studio is confronting the challenges of America's favorite fanciful flying tube.
Transfers from the general treasury into the Highway Trust Fund violate a 1974 budget act.
Veniam aims to connect urban vehicles to an "Internet of moving things."
The Burrard Street Bridge is a case study in pushing a difficult policy.
In-vehicle travel time is more productive and less stressful travel time.
For much less money, the county can still get much-improved mobility.
A growing class of cargo vans enables smarter intersection design.
The El Camino BRT project shows why great transit needs exclusive lanes.
It may struggle to keep up with passenger demand if it doesn't.