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.
The day before Thanksgiving ranks 27th.
The National Weather Service has an experimental new tool that shows the weather hazards along your journey, including predicted snow accumulations.
Grouping female passengers into single cars underscores the idea that women can't use transit freely.
For much less money, the county can still get much-improved mobility.
New Yorkers have been advocating for a bike and walking path for as long as the bridge has been around: 50 years.
Skateboarding is out, stunting on a tricked-out farm tool is in.
A growing class of cargo vans enables smarter intersection design.
Sweden's top traffic safety strategist visits New York to share lessons from the original "Vision Zero."
Getting the 22 municipalities involved to agree was not easy, but the outcome is revolutionary.