What happens when a checkpoint merges 50 lanes down to 20.
Who would want this gig?
There are plenty of other benefits that have nothing to do with drivers.
The London borough of Enfield is the latest to raise a widely debunked concern over sales.
On the contrary, according to a new Muni review, they’re great for the city’s transportation system.
A proposal to make San Francisco the first major city to adopt the so-called “Idaho stop” is under intense debate.
The radical experiment to cut smog appears to have worked.
Google and Japan will bring WiFi and odorless toilets to India's trains, but the South Asian country has a much bigger problem it needs to fix first.
Mayors of Jersey City and Hoboken discuss contingency plans for a tunnel closure coming soon to the New York metro region.
Not sure why there’s a driver right there, though.
New numbers from the League of American Bicyclists show that if you build the lanes, cyclists will come.
An unfortunate case study in political inaction.
The state has a strict voter ID law, yet more than 30 offices, many of them across the “Black Belt,” are set to close.
Wearable payment devices like wristbands and rings could streamline your daily commute.
There’s a lesson in this misery: transit agencies and cities forget about rider comfort at their own peril.
L.A. and New York are going head to head … through their respective MTAs.
The Washington Post wonders.
The “first” local government action against the carmaker surely won’t be the last.
Automation on the roads could be the great public-health achievement of the 21st century.