An emerging field of research is devoted to studying pedestrian behavior
Opponents say stations bring an unsavory element to a neighborhood. But according to a new study, that's just not the case
Officials think they crafted a balanced regional transportation plan; two environmental groups, and the state Attorney General, don't
The wheels are in motion for Waterside Pier along the East River
A new study finds that whether home values go up or down as same-sex households increase depends on a neighborhood's political slant
Commercialism is only one of many reasons for cities not to sell out their stops
New evidence of a "sprawling metropolis" that existed in East St. Louis from 1000-1300 A.D.
In England, an anti-HS2 ballad is hotter than Adele or Coldplay
NYC subway riders trapped on A train last winter sue the city for a "policy that will benefit the public now and for years to come"
A photographer challenges typical Western portrayals of Africa, asking: "who do these photos serve?"
The home retail giant is building a walkable, mostly car-free neighborhood in East London
The end of the Tampa-Orlando high-speed rail line, the death of a pedestrian near Atlanta and other low points from the year in city travel
From New York to Los Angeles to Barcelona to Seoul and beyond
As construction of Moynihan Station moves forward, the rail provider says it can't pay much rent
The average height of towers is climbing — but how high is too high?
A look at the successes and failures of some prominent American systems
First things first: Students are going to need more transit options between the proposed campus and Manhattan
Fatalities are on pace to hit their lowest mark in a century. A look back at the way things were when traffic statistics began
Five years on, Stockholm's congestion pricing program remains a great success