The New Urbanist neighborhood of Stapleton, Colorado, suffers from compromised planning standards.
Sometimes we do enjoy travel for travel's sake.
At that time of day all over the world, most people are experiencing a "largely pleasant social interaction."
Departures NYC just won grand prize in the MTA's "best consumer/transit rider app" category.
The difference in cost is negligible, but the convenience gap remains.
It's not quite BRT, but the Woodhaven Select Bus Service plan is clear progress.
The city wants to convert car-friendly Biscayne Boulevard into pedestrian-friendly Biscayne Green.
The MTA now says the new 7 train station will open this summer.
Car use was up in 2014, but there's still plenty of evidence we've hit "peak car."
The woonerf, or "shared street," has made its way into U.S. cities.
For one thing: "Never assume they see you."
Tilikum Crossing, which will allow buses, bikes, walkers, and light rail but not private cars, will open in September.
Showdowns like this one stand to increase as car-reliance declines.
We still love cheap parking and old commute habits.
Several emerging services are betting that technology can revive the shared commute.
But partial autonomous technology can still improve transit systems.
San Francisco's all-door boarding program has been a big success.
An annotated, chart-filled review of 12 studies from around the world.
More and more cities are realizing the benefits of off-hour deliveries.