Five highways whose execution gave their cities new life.
A new model for "self-equalizing" bus routes may reduce wait time and increase reliability.
A group of network researchers proposes a "radiation model" of migration that more accurately predicts patterns of commuting, disease spread, and more.
In his new book, blogger-turned-author Jarrett Walker shows how transportation really works.
By embracing a new "health impact assessment" tool, Atlanta makes sure its major redevelopment will lead to healthier lives.
In Chicago, the CTA Bus Tracker isn't just a great tool for existing riders — it's actually encouraged new ones.
A brief history of bus thieves from World War II to Darius McCollum.
A new study finds "unintended political consequences" of HUD's program to place poor families in higher-income neighborhoods.
If Americans have really reached "peak driving," recent changes in land use may be a reason why.
At the very least, it seems to slow the rise of highway traffic, according to a new report.
Plans to renovate the New York Public Library best not overlook the loo.
A new study finds a "clear relationship" between a guaranteed spot at home and commuting by car.
Research on the topic doesn't offer any clean answers — and two new reports just add to the confusion.
Virtual supermarkets may be coming soon to a transit station near you.
The mayor wants the city to run buses on Saturdays, but traditionalists oppose the move as a slippery slope.
Rogue cabbie Phil Sullivan of Aspen has faced two jail stints and thousands of dollars in fines. But he keeps breaking the law.
Negative stereotypes of light rail — in particular its unsubstantiated ability to generate crime — may have hurt property values along a new line in south Jersey, according to a new study.
In New York, legislators debate whether a bill banning food will cut down on the city's vermin.
After a successful pilot program, the entire fleet will soon be equipped with cameras to ticket cars that block transit-only traffic.