As residents breathe in the worst air in decades, the city is taking almost no meaningful action. To clear things up, officials should follow the examples of Paris, Madrid, and other European cities.
The number of young adults is increasing, not declining, and a larger share of them are living in cities.
The preferred ride of the wealthy and powerful is an equally powerful cultural symbol.
Voting against transit might save some people tax dollars, but it hurts women of color the most.
A survey shows locals want more bike sharing and protected lanes, and most city council members are on board, too.
The plan to ban through traffic from much of the city could still be a game-changing model.
The city hopes to declutter its 662 miles of track to prevent train-delaying debris fires.
The FHWA’s decision on ‘Central 70’ came on the eve of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, which is surely no coincidence.
More than a quarter of Biketown’s users say they’ve turned to the service for trips that would otherwise have been taken by car.
Traffic camera snapshots seem to show that the modest tolls charged on the city’s controversial highway bridge keep commuters away and traffic light.
What if the city’s transit stops were renamed according to their most popular hashtags? Next stop: #cronut.
Europe’s largest pedestrian-only urban space is also one of its most fragile. But Venice may hold lessons for other cities struggling to adapt to a changing world.
There’s no simple solution, but the Sunshine State is trying to tackle its astonishing rates of pedestrian deaths.
Six states in Europe’s normally passport-free Schengen Area have brought back passport controls. So what’s coming next?
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.
The 24/7 call center, staffed by professional counselors, is meant for riders who’ve experienced groping, fondling, and indecent exposure.
But it’s not the highly coveted numbers cities need. How helpful is the company’s new data tool?
Gleaming icons appear on the pavement well ahead of cyclists, giving them enhanced safety in blind spots.
From the mule-drawn trolley of the 19th century to the rails ripped out by Mexico in the 1970s, tales of the El Paso–Ciudad Juárez streetcar still echo today.