New studies suggest proximity to transit is quite flexible and could extend to a mile out.
Is it turquoise? Is it teal? Whichever it is, Portlanders have strong feelings about PDX's beloved—and soon-to-go—carpet.
As Gainesville returns bike lanes to cars, the decision reflects a broader debate over removing traffic lanes.
The high-security device also monitors speed, routes, and calories burnt.
The service debuted this week. For now, most of the drivers and conductors are still men.
The city is already sticking itself with the worst downsides of hosting the games. At least this way, it would be forced to make crucial improvements.
A dig at Republican critics, a kind-of dig at martini drinkers, a call for state unity, and more.
These insoles would let wearers produce electricity and feed it into the grid.
Click on your location and see how many minutes you could save by integrating buses into your journey—mapped in vivid color.
Uber may not be an ideal ride-hailing solution. But let's remember the unpredictable, shifty days of Washington's unmetered cabs.
Crunching the numbers on L.A.'s wet-weather car wrecks.
Journey back to 1975, when the Rams still played in Southern California—and helped promote regional bus service.
In Boston's South End, a debate over post-snow parking rights shows that no one should "own" any part of public streets.
A gas tax that fully corrected for the social impact of car reliance would upend life as we know it.
Sweden has rebuilt roads to prioritize safety over speed.
From chewing gum to tampons.
A car is often—even usually—the wrong tool for the job in a dense urban setting. And using the wrong tool makes you frustrated and impatient.
Transit etiquette for a #manspreading world.