Median rider income is well above that of auto commuters in Idaho Falls and a few other metro areas
Taking lessons from its predecessors, America's largest city has crafted a three-pronged approach for bike-share deployment
Studies show cell phones, though not music players, confuse pedestrian senses
A little greenery can go a long way when it comes to property values
A bold proposal to eliminate money-losing lines revives the question
In a global survey of 20 cities, finding a spot ranks toughest in New Delhi, easiest in the Windy City
More than 40 percent of congestion delays occur during off-peak hours
Four urban elevated railroad parks in progress
Houston and L.A. recently turned theirs off. Will others join them?
From a pedestrian expansion of the Verrazano bridge to a new entrance for Central Park, the best concepts from this year's Urban Design Week
New rates go into effect despite uproar from drivers and AAA
With cost estimates rising, a commitment of additional state funds for high-speed rail seems all but impossible
If we're so fiercely independent, why do we choose familiarity when we shop?
Maryland's controversial anti-sprawl plan is in the final review phase
Researchers in Sweden find that even dedicated drivers can learn to enjoy the subway