A photographer for the EPA explored the city’s new regional transit service, a big improvement over what it replaced.
A photographer travels the U.S. on Amtrak to document the lives of the passengers on board.
New technology flashes LEDs at drivers to warn of potential collisions on a busy street in Eindhoven.
Researchers say roof racks are “responsible for almost 1 percent of national fuel consumption.”
Cities are harnessing future land values to pay for new infrastructure. But the research behind this approach may be flawed.
The semi-official post is the first of its kind in the world.
“You can see his brain!"
The city’s transit authority wants to help you learn what each of its nearly 200 station identifiers mean.
Baby, that was much too fast.
For the next six months, passengers at Holborn station will be asked to stand on both sides.
Using data from 800 agencies nationwide, AllTransit illuminates the economic and social benefits of transit.
Researchers at Portland State hope to be the first to develop standard guidelines for protected bike lane crossings.
A new ordinance punishes manspreaders and luggage-hoarders, though police worry it could penalize the homeless.
Phil Sayer, best known for his announcements in the London subway and the U.K.’s railway, has died at age 62.
A new report and interactive map show that poor and minority offenders bear the brunt of fines and sentences for minor offenses in the state.
Discounted MetroCards would provide affordable transit access to those who need it the most.
Considering the constant fatalities, rampant pollution, and exorbitant costs of ownership, is the car’s dominance a little insane?
The guerrilla #SeeRikers campaign aims to correct a New York subway map oversight—and highlight the corrections crisis.
A new statistical model might make the annual spring road repair cheaper for the Mitten State—and for the trucking industry.