A new plan outlines five corridors that have the makings of “gold standard” bus-rapid transit.
Officials see the technology as a way to make the city-state “even more sustainable and liveable.”
A study of Greater London linked loud traffic with strokes and other health problems.
The downtown population is at an all-time high, and young workers are leading the way.
Cleveland is the latest city to call on James Corner, the landscape architect behind New York’s High Line, to revive an urban park.
The changes to Market Street traffic come under the city’s Vision Zero plan.
There was a clear north-south divide up through the 1970s, when this adorable geography began to scatter.
The postal route of Wendell Watkins is ground zero for redevelopment, and perhaps displacement.
A new report from the Design Trust for Public Space outlines how.
It’s not just possible, it’s happening in Houten.
Spend your summer break solving America's high-speed transportation problems.
A new study also suggests it started much earlier than you might think.
Because the trip there was so disappointingly long.
That’s how many lives would have been saved in 2011-12, according to a new federal report.
Removing an elevated city highway doesn’t always make traffic worse—some cars just disappear.
New research reveals a strong connection between income and the surface area of several key neural regions.
Shocker: dense, compact cities tend to do better than others.
Mass transit agencies around the world face the same conundrum: How to make what amounts to four straight lines distinctive.
A new digital art exhibit, Exhausting a Crowd, is a people-watcher’s dream.