An analysis of roadway suffixes in six major U.S. cities reveals differences rooted in history.
A conversation with the head of MTA's Arts & Design program.
Health workers in Malawi are using the power of two wheels to reach HIV patients living in remote areas.
GPS and e-hailing apps like Uber don't have mean the end of professional cabbies.
Long before the Interstate Highway System, the country's mishmash of independent trails officially became part of a numerical system.
François Gissy broke his world record at 207 mph, and he's already hatching plans for a bike he calls the "Spine Crusher."
Congestion in major metro areas leads to freight backups across the country.
The Germans built it with colored wooden sticks around 1913.
Steve Buchtel pitched the 26-mile Cal-Sag Trail, which will stitch together disparate suburbs of Chicago, as offering benefits beyond recreation.
The answer actually surprised us.
Leave it to the Dutch to make cycling even greener.
It wasn't a great night, but it was far from a total loss.
The Loi Krathong holiday could turn deadly if paper lanterns lit with fuel get sucked into jet engines.
Some of Japan's best rail is fast, flexible—and doesn't use express tracks. D.C.'s Silver Line doesn't need them, either.
As NYC makes serious changes to reduce pedestrian traffic deaths, some New Yorkers resist out of romance for the city's chaotic streets.
It could generate more revenue than we know what to do with—not a bad problem to have.
Millennials and older Americans agree on city accessibility, and the lobbying powerhouse of the AARP is emerging as a key advocate.
Barely half of American voters are turning out at the polls. Could free transit engage communities?