In Tampa, an innovative idea called "bus toll lanes" could pad the farebox with road revenue.
The so-called "X line" subway route could carry some 76,000 riders a day through the outer boroughs.
Injuries to pedestrians on their cell phones have climbed steadily since 2005, according to a new study.
Mark Aesch brings a private-sector mindset to public transportation — and so far it's working.
A new exhibition transforms the "utterly ordinary" parts of New York City life into urban icons.
Single households tend to use more transit and live in multi-family homes.
New research finds that as population density decreases, the suicide rate among young people goes up.
Taxi driver homicide rates are three times lower in cities with in-car cameras.
It helps cities cut car ownership, and it might even support a broader transit network.
Oregon just reinvented the gas tax.
Not all cultures agree on what it means to be generous.
All else being equal, riders prefer good service to any particular mode.
Six lanes of traffic will be reduced to three in the city's plan to improve the walkability of Broadway.
The grand conclusion? Americans love warm weather.
A year-old program in Birmingham, Alabama, is finding success by cultivating a tight-knit community.
Simplifying both the message and the process has worked wonders for San Francisco.
A new report explains exactly how.
You won't find better old cityscapes than the ones in this Library of Congress collection.
It's not as crazy as it might sound.