The "Impossible" electric bike folds up to fit in a backpack, and makes riders look only slightly like a bear doing a circus trick.
The allergy-causing organisms commonly latch on to our luggage, clothes, and (gag) food.
It’s too early to talk specifics, but Wake County knows it needs a strong long-range plan to be regionally competitive.
From pay-by-plate kiosks to pollution surcharges to length-based fees.
In many metros, young people today commute by car as often as they did in 1980.
After a reported rape by an Uber driver in Delhi, police and transportation authorities had to search the Internet to understand the rideshare service, which has operated in the city since September 2013.
It definitely could. And a survey from Women Bike hopes to discern best practices for attracting and retaining female customers.
Denver's Urban Land Conservancy aims to put transit-oriented development to work for the greater good.
Transfers from the general treasury into the Highway Trust Fund violate a 1974 budget act.
For a brief time in American tourism, travel was about the journey. Here's how it came to be about the destination.
Premium airport "pre-screening" doesn't make the rest of the line move any faster, and chips away at a chance at real security reform.
Buenos Aires' oldest subways cars didn't quite make it to 100 years in service. State and city officials hope to give new life to the retired La Brugeoise cars soon.
The Burrard Street Bridge is a case study in pushing a difficult policy.
It makes that first step outside a little bit easier.
Politically powerful 19th-century cyclists created road infrastructure in the U.S. and Europe—and many of them went on to lead the fledgling automobile industry.
Researchers hope mobility data gleaned from Twitter during Hurricane Sandy can eventually help boost New York City's resilience.
Believe it or not, Americans used to go to the airport just for eats and giggles.
In-vehicle travel time is more productive and less stressful travel time.