Where urban morals, margins, and mainstream converge — under cover of a neon glow.
Near-field communication — which turns your phone into your fares, ads, and more — has shown both promise and problems.
Major turning points in life are linked with shifts in car ownership and transit use, a new paper argues.
At least one massively successful city innovation, 311, suggests it can.
The "Mayors Challenge" will award "breakthrough solutions" to urban problems.
Amid a contested mayoral race, deferred road maintenance costs end up front and center.
New research says auto regulations or system expansion — but not fare subsidies — increase transit use.
Deductive reasoning says Seattleites should drink 'em while they got 'em.
A new study shows 18- to 29-year old Germans are also leaving the road.
Road trains — semi-autonomous highway platoons — recently completed a promising trial, but questions remain.
According to a new survey of public officials, city governments face new restrictions from states.
Wartime cartography shows how U.S. bombing of Japan shifted from military targets to cities in general.
Believe it or not, a new study of canopy coverage in Baltimore suggests maybe they can.
Bike lanes could keep accident rates low, even without helmets.
Broward County, Florida, has one of the top transit systems for a metro of its size thanks to a multi-destination approach.
Fares are nice, but real estate and retail holdings are the main reasons why its private rail companies profit.
Some notes on six weeks of travel in and around Japan's great city.
It's where rich and poor, wise and weird, picker and non-picker unite.
We'd love to get from New York to Beijing in 2 hours, but we won't hold our breath.