Car use was up in 2014, but there's still plenty of evidence we've hit "peak car."
In an era of Uber and Lyft, this California city's rules for cabs make no sense.
He thought Nashville was the roughest, but Willie plays all sorts of songs about place.
For one thing: "Never assume they see you."
There are now more Uber drivers than cabs in NYC. But the city's taxi fleet is about to get a competitive upgrade.
Tilikum Crossing, which will allow buses, bikes, walkers, and light rail but not private cars, will open in September.
A detailed new report tries to quantify the impact better bicycle infrastructure can have in lower income communities.
They fell out of favor decades ago due to safety concerns, but that may finally be changing.
How to transform the Paris Metro into pastureland in a couple easy steps.
We still love cheap parking and old commute habits.
The smartphone-enhanced, coffee-slinging, pro-networking Leap Transit could only exist in the Bay.
Several emerging services are betting that technology can revive the shared commute.
It’s a living, breathing transit map.
Uber’s model skews more expensive for shorter rides, say data scientists.
The biomethane vehicle will soon run on the (ahem) "Service 2" route.
But partial autonomous technology can still improve transit systems.
It's not the tourists; it's the locals. There are just too many now—and no plan for handling them all.
San Francisco's all-door boarding program has been a big success.