Even as the state considers discriminatory legislation, places like Starkville and Oxford are passing "inclusivity resolutions."
The city planned to unveil its $4 million program in 2014. But Bixi's bankruptcy has officials reconsidering.
Twenty-three percent of the city's 2013 car-related fatalities occurred in just 5 percent of its neighborhoods.
They make city-living much easier, but are a pain to park. Now, Copenhagenize Design Company might have a fix.
The latest in the ongoing anti-tech Bay Area class war.
A recent case in Connecticut is testing whether remote-controlled reporting could one day be a real option.
An early candidate for the feel-good urban story of the year.
Someone hung a noose around the neck of a James Meredith statue, prompting some soul-searching at the University of Mississippi.
This ad for the 2014 Cadillac ELR takes French-bashing to a whole new level.
In countries where bicycling is routine, people rarely wear helmets. In America, where automobiles dominate, pedalers sport protection.
New research suggests a 20-minute walk a day could keep people much healthier.
By posting signs about where to board for the easiest transfers, EPP hopes to make riding a little easier. But the MTA is not amused.
Why Long Beach rallied to preserve a roadside icon.
Now is the winter of the "sneckdown." What's that even mean? Read on.
It includes eight circles where buildings once stood and thousands of Native American artifacts.
A new study suggests that the way people ride is changing – for the better.
Right now, the city can't reduce speeds on pedestrian-heavy roads. But advocates are hoping to change that.
Cincinnati may move its only early voting station out of downtown, a shift that could make access near-impossible for the city's car-less.
Modernizing India's highways hasn't cut down on fatalities. But a Mumbai engineering firm thinks things like curves and signs could make all the difference.