Pick a culprit: The rise of ride-hailing services, budget cuts, cheap oil, or bad service.
You can take the horror film out of the city and out of the suburbs, and racism for black people will still be scary.
Despite his high profile and ambitious agenda, Sadiq Khan holds one of Britain’s least understood offices.
Except, ironically, proponents of high-speed rail, the likely target of a major federal grant delay.
An experiment in Everett, Massachusetts, has meant shorter rides for both transit users and drivers.
The best thing about bicycle commuting is the rage.
An emphasis on building wide roads and highways bring the government a façade of prestige without benefiting average people.
As a matter of fairness and practicality, drivers should pay for the roads they drive on.
A new study discovers just how bad the Underground’s air can be.
A new survey wants city dwellers on two wheels to add their two cents about cycling infrastructure and culture.
Nearly 90 percent of young drivers have recently sped, texted, or blown a red light—and some think that’s acceptable.
America hit peak car ownership in 2006. The numbers have been declining since—until recently.
Just in case you have any questions about Tishaura Jones’s letter slamming the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s editorial board, CityLab has you covered.
How a startup mapped 657 routes, nearly 1,500m and 5,500 miles in three weeks.
Researchers tested different road signs to prevent drivers from idling their engines. “Big Brother” eyes helped, but a simple appeal to the “private self” did even more.
Before self-driving vehicles can truly operate autonomously, they’ll need to master Street Sign 101. They might be almost there.
Every day, workers across the region endure some of the world’s most crowded streets and subway cars for higher wages in the city center.
Is a recent drop in auto fatalities linked to people becoming shut-ins?