The FHWA’s decision on ‘Central 70’ came on the eve of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, which is surely no coincidence.
The ACA directed millions of dollars to urban public health initiatives addressing everything from lead poisoning to healthcare access.
The practice wasn’t limited to the South, as this new visualization of racial violence in the Jim Crow era proves.
There’s no simple solution, but the Sunshine State is trying to tackle its astonishing rates of pedestrian deaths.
In working-class north Denver, a $1.2 billion cut-and-cover project may transform the neighborhood that the highway once isolated. But some residents fear they'll be left behind.
A dispatch from the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, where robo-cars were on full display—and predictions about how we’ll use them were flying.
A visual history of an infamously troubled project.
The Uber that blew through a red light in San Francisco raised unanswered questions about policing, manufacturers’ guidelines, and shared space.
The Atlas of ReUrbanism begins to explore how older buildings help density and affordability, but it doesn’t go far enough.
The outgoing U.S. Secretary of Transportation reflects on autonomous vehicles, economic justice, and a remarkable tenure.
TransitScreen, a real-time transportation display, is trying to untangle the visual clutter of multimodal mobility.
LeeAnne Walters on her year of activism: “I never thought we’d be fighting for our livelihoods after fighting for our lives.”
New York’s controversial “master planner” haunts artist Lena Henke’s intimate ceramics and maps.
As the city reached for the sky, those down below had to scramble for daylight.
Who will build the great disruptive carpooling app of the 21st century?
A new catalog of unrealized buildings and infrastructure holds lessons for today.
The Department of Transportation releases a plain-language toolkit to help citizens weigh in on all kinds of projects—so they can thwart the bad ones.
It’s not “high speed,” exactly. But a mix of privately funded rail projects and improvements to existing Amtrak lines are finally starting to get American trains moving.