And see where the looming L-train shutdown will hurt the most.
The more important question is how ride services factor into cities’ goals for mobility. A new analysis of New York City shows why.
Pick a culprit: The rise of ride-hailing services, budget cuts, cheap oil, or bad service.
Except, ironically, proponents of high-speed rail, the likely target of a major federal grant delay.
Young photographers infiltrated academic slide libraries with radical images of a changing Los Angeles.
In an era of extreme housing precariousness, a new book looks at the history of a radical alternative.
At Freshkills Park, where the city dumped 150 million tons of its garbage, human desires and nature’s needs are feeling their way to a new harmony.
In the country’s fastest-warming urban heat island, places of worship are banding together to cool down.
Before self-driving vehicles can truly operate autonomously, they’ll need to master Street Sign 101. They might be almost there.
Ever been to the “Corntassel” corridor?
The famed “linear park” may be a runaway success, but it’s also a symbol of Manhattan’s rising inequality. Can its founder help other cities learn from its mistakes?
A 2002 public access show offers shows just how far the city has come.
A new PBS documentary traces the political debate and technical achievement behind Beantown’s underground.
The U.S. has no shortage of urban interstates ripe for removal, and some tear-downs are already underway. But planners should tread carefully when “reconnecting” neighborhoods.
In the backlash following President Trump’s “Muslim ban,” the sides in the ride-hailing universe are drawn more firmly than ever.
Tyrone Poole, the founder of NoAppFee.com, was homeless once. Now he’s demystifying the rental search, one application at a time.
At every level, the state is ramping up for widespread electric vehicle adoption. And it’s ready to throw down with President Trump.
Voting against transit might save some people tax dollars, but it hurts women of color the most.