A photographer spent years watching heavy machinery hurl MTA cars into the Atlantic.
The cycling mecca of the Netherlands plans to build a partially underwater bike parking facility to deal with its crush of two-wheeled commuters.
YikeBike's inventors see it becoming "the most commonly owned transport device in the world." But it's got some drawbacks.
When you focus on what really matters—service—much of the difference actually disappears.
Filmmaker Elizabeth Lo's new short offers an up-close look at how public buses help the homeless survive in one of America's wealthiest counties.
A world map made of millions of geotagged tweets show the spots where locals—and tourists—flock.
Some are even asking the (surprisingly jerkish) signpost for a date.
Seattle has joined a growing list of major American cities trying out the Swedish approach to reducing traffic deaths.
The history of the "Trolley Dodgers" reminds us city streets once belonged to people.
The most functional part of airport design gets turned into stark yet elegant art in a new poster series.
New data from National Park Service scientists shows that "most people live in environments where night skies and soundscapes are profoundly degraded."
Russian oligarchs who helped finance the most expensive Olympics in history are shedding their shares of the line, leaving it barely running.
The growing Move NY coalition has released its final plan—and it has signs of a winner.
Witness the largest annual human migration.
A derailed crude-oil shipment in West Virginia is the latest terrifying accident—despite new federal regulations and reputedly safer tanker cars.
L.A. is the least sprawling metro area in the country, according to this analysis, besting New York and San Francisco.
Has the "public restroom of the future" arrived in Atlanta?
Some cities ignore the abuse, but others have found success engaging it head on.