Short term: Have holograms of people with disabilities pop up. Long term: Let's rethink parking entirely.
New York's Vision Zero program targets reckless driving with a pair of jarring new public service campaigns.
A new organization says that restoring the park's historic arches would result in fewer collisions between pedestrians and cyclists.
New photos of the 2nd Avenue line suggest a pretty bold change in station tile style.
It would rectify "one of the greatest civic blunders ever committed."
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
How an English construction worker is fighting for better road infrastructure by scribbling on the streets like a third-grader.
Will the new feature keep passengers safer?
Perhaps the biggest win: no more on-street parking.
Reliable buses cut down on employee turnover—dramatically.
It's like the commuter version of The Cask of Amontillado.
One councilmember is pushing the city to partner with the app to reduce congestion on residential streets.
New recommendations for building accessible systems suggest more stations in low-income neighborhoods—and more density in general.
Highway money is on pace to run out in July.
The good and the bad of all these new flexible ride services.
The surprising power of social norms in shifting travel habits.
And other sad parking tales told by open data.
A transit wish list for wealthier times.