And illuminates some national stereotypes in the process.
A new analysis suggests in the U.S., it may be true. Here's why you should still be skeptical.
The question of taxis vs. bicycles, answered in graphs.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
The placards harm transportation systems, the environment, and city coffers. And they don't really help those with disabilities.
In the county's lopsided economy, public funds are propping up a public transportation system that the public can’t afford.
These maps reveal a country's migratory bias, nearby tourist attractions, and its business proclivities.
A paltry 15 percent of the city-state's population owns their own vehicle, but not by choice.
They satisfy a "Do No Harm" approach to transportation planning, and they're less pernicious than sales tax measures.
Solving an age-old problem.
About 13,000 people were out riding shared bicycles across the globe this afternoon.
Despite Wednesday's drama at Hearst Tower in New York, there's no major scaffolding crisis in the U.S.
An early wave of New York City companies is willing to foot the bill for workers who plan to commute with Citi Bike.
The birthplace of the car-free day saw 296 deaths on city streets last year.
And 18 percent of them are impaired.
By 2031, one in five people living in America will be older than 65. But virtually none of our cities or suburbs were built with them in mind.
Your (involuntary) fifteen minutes of fame.
In Ohio's urban school districts, one in 446 students has been hit by a car. In suburban districts, it's one in 1,473.
And humans were just tiny little parasites, trying to hitch a ride.