California drivers are now legally required to give cyclists at least three feet of clearance when passing. But do these laws really work?
Twin Cities riders believed transit arrived more quickly at shelters or stations compared with stops at curbside signs.
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A random beardo is spreading surprise high fives all over the city.
A new study shows generations bucking their upbringings, with sheltered Millennials choosing the bus.
It might not be completely the fault of competition, but the city's taxi drivers are making far fewer trips than they were just a few years ago.
49 years ago, two of history's greatest boat-car hybrids heroically traversed the English Channel.
Seen by many as an urban-planning boondoggle, there's a cultured side to the city's humble light rail system.
But there are doubts about whether it will inspire other U.S. cities to follow suit.
Democrats are much more optimistic than Republicans that every infrastructure investment can help ease congestion—even roads.
The East River Skyway aims to alleviate transit congestion along the Brooklyn waterfront by taking commuters off the grid.
BART cars are about to get their first real overhaul since the system launched in 1972.
Public hatred of biking culture is actually a natural part of its evolution into the mainstream.
Public safety reminders in the form of cute rhyming couplets.
New research concludes that an active commute may be as important to well-being as marriage or a pay raise.
A Brazilian project asks frustrated bus riders to take matters into their own hands.
The 11th Street Bridge Park proposal aims to truly connect parts of the city divided by more than just a river.
A closer look at what's been called "one of the transportation safety field's greatest success stories."