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.
Officials hope it'll make streets safer. But pedestrians are often the victim of careless, speeding drivers.
These kids are hard to find, and often face even greater struggles than their straight peers.