New maps use math to define the amorphous term.
The city hit a 50 percent “active transit” target, 5 years ahead of schedule. A short film shows how they did it.
There’s been a urban/rural divide on who gets cleaner air.
Upgrading cranky, ancient systems could be one of the largest single opportunities to cut building emissions.
“People are realizing that great transit will not come from the sky,” says the co-founder of the MARTA Army.
Former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao’s connections to Congress will likely prove useful.
A retrospective of Mierle Laderman Ukeles’s work argues that maintenance should be valued as art.
Maybe the president-elect is talking about subsidizing profitable real-estate projects that would get built anyway.
There’s a lot to like about the concept in general, but that doesn’t mean policymakers should buy in.
Local leaders learned how to take action when Washington couldn’t. Now they’re betting those efforts can survive an age of science-denying federal overlords.
One contender, Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes, seems to understand the importance of multimodal options.
Probably not as much as you might think, experts say.
Reports of hate crimes apparently tied to Donald Trump’s election are surging. Here’s how to be an active witness.
Donald Trump's election strikes many of the same chords that our recent interview did.
From highway building and transit funding to ride-hailing and environmental concerns, expect big changes coming down the road.
U.S. cities committed to paying for the rail and bus systems they want on Tuesday. But a Republican-led Congress might threaten that.
Spending time up north while the U.S. descended into a circus of political dread often felt a parallel universe.
What are the biggest ballot questions on transit, energy, housing, and other urban issues?