The system will boost the efforts of Turkey's largest city to stitch together a coherent transit network.
The historic retail district of Georgetown will remain cut off from Washington's Metro system for decades. Is it time to embrace a loftier alternative?
Early reports say seven were killed in the deadliest crash in the railroad's history.
Intercity bus travel is booming in the U.S. Is there a case for bringing back some decent infrastructure dedicated to it?
There are signs Uber and Google could become "ferocious competitors" instead of allies.
With Beyond Traffic, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx pivots U.S. policy away from cars and toward multimodal options.
A photographer spent more than a decade shooting from hellish, confined spaces and fog-shrouded eagles' nests.
The harder task is addressing the underlying issues that led James Robertson to walk 21 miles to and from work every day in the first place.
Cars once facilitated social outings. Has that role been filled by technology?
Resurrecting relics of imperial rule is an unorthodox transit-development policy. But Africa's "secondary cities" are set to benefit.
The city has an ambitious plan to redress historic inequities through mass transit and redevelopment.
In cities like Philadelphia, a remarkable 64 percent of the people riding public transportation are thought to be women.
One historian calls it a "masterstroke of public relations" made possible by a single 1961 television special.
The main goal of transportation that costs riders nothing—getting people out of their cars—can't be achieved by eliminating fares.
New Britain, Connecticut, is split by a highway overpass—which is also the city's main street. Will a high-design walkway bridge deep divisions?
MARTA CEO Keith Parker on the agency's hopeful future.