A new report urges: Keep calm and get on the gondola.
The bi-national path would connect Matamoros and Brownsville.
A company with an all-electric fleet of cabs and 40 percent of all medallions in the city is a beacon of light for Montreal’s taxi business.
Using the hashtag #StraighterIsGreater, the Transit Center is collecting maps of the most convoluted bus routes in the U.S. and abroad.
The automaker produced an earnest, albeit self-interested, pitch for public transportation.
In Massachusetts, New York, Portland, and beyond, ride-hailing companies have made some gestures of conciliation.
The novelist Colson Whitehead talks about the truth behind his alternative history of the pre-Civil War South—and why he can’t stop writing about trains.
BART is installing a new kind of anti-pee floor coating, as well as a “bacteria-eating enzyme misting system.”
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
A video recaps why U.S. passenger rail is so dreadful.
The city is asking for ideas on where to build future subway lines.
In what would be an industry milestone, the Steel City will welcome Uber’s first autonomous ride-sharing vehicles this month.
'Transport for Cairo' is on a mission to change the way commuters navigate the city's formal and informal public transportation networks.
The city’s bus network transformation seems to be working.
The new six-part series is a testament to both the social limitations and successes of hip hop.
New fuel-efficiency regulations could make trucks, buses, and ships a lot cleaner.
The quantitative data that’s available is far too limited, and likely to lead us to the wrong conclusions.
Edmonton’s new “Ice District” has forced inter-city bus passengers to find a far away station with no public transit connections.
A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.