Soaring fuel costs, recession cutbacks, and high road taxes mean many are leaving their cars at home.
New York and Washington are easing their restrictions.
Jonas Eliasson of Stockholm explains, with great clarity, why congestion pricing clears rush-hour roads.
The super storm may not have stopped companies from hiring, but it did wreak havoc with people's ability to get to their jobs.
Charles O'Rear takes us back to the early days of America's passenger rail service.
Season's Greetings from a bicycle geek.
A quarter of car commuters gave up their parking permits after a recent trial in Boston.
The new book City Cycling contains zero impassioned arguments or heartfelt entreaties.
Find out exactly why LaHood believes "safety" is the number one transportation accomplishment of the first four years of President Obama's administration.
The unnamed cleaning contractor had built a secret napping nest inside an airport bathroom.
Recently ranked one of America's most dangerous places for walkers, the city has a new plan to do something about it.
The vehicle fatality rate dropped, though.
"Networked" commuters are reporting a more positive driving experience.
This person probably did not imagine spending the day trying to crawl out from a brand new hole in the street.
With car ownership falling, taxis are more important than ever.
The city is redrawing its transit map without an expensive overhaul. Instead, it stitched together old, underexploited track.
Wrapped in steel and plastic and surrounded by strangers, public transportation can be as soothing as a night out with friends.
It's by far the highest rate in the country.
The thing is, we can all imagine a tragedy like the one in New York this week happening to us.