A third of U.S. train crashes are caused by human error, even though technology exists to make rail passengers much safer. Why doesn’t New Jersey Transit have it?
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Not on its own, at least. But boosters in Cincinnati, Kansas City, and elsewhere are banking that their new lines can keep resurgent downtowns booming.
Regional transportation officials in the traffic-plagued Texas capital support a viability study for an eight-mile aerial circulator.
A map invites cyclists to photograph and report drivers behaving badly.
Some countries with very different priorities have an easier time building first-rate infrastructure.
It’s pure victim blaming, say critics.
Truly addressing the Egyptian capital’s transportation issues means empowering the masses to move around more easily. That's not something President Abdel Fattah El Sisi (nor those invested in him) can afford.
A long-discussed plan to permanently ban cars from the river’s quayside gained approval Monday, after a tough debate.
People often compare highways to arteries; Max Galka decided to make that literal.
Not all groundbreaking changes are about speed.
Manhattan’s hordes of workers pour in by bus, subway, train, unicycle, and helicopter.
A team of researchers is designing a system to ensure riders are at the right stop at the right time.
A short film allows riders to vent about—and share their best hopes for—the city’s underperforming transit workhorses.
Bay Area planners are betting that new developments can accommodate growth and relieve traffic congestion.
If automated vehicles can change and save so many lives, we should talk seriously about how they can protect black lives.
After two cyclists were killed in hit-and-runs on the same day, the SFMTrA grabbed traffic cones and took action.
Federal regulators have released comprehensive guidelines for the emerging technology.
A nearly 2-mile-long installation would visualize the real-time passage of underground trains.