For the March on Washington anniversary, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx has written about the role of transportation in civil rights, both good and bad.
Pick up a book at one stop and, hopefully, return it before you get off the subway.
New York Airways used to help air travelers get from airport to airport (and Manhattan) by helicopter.
Checking for cyclists should be a routine and heavily emphasized part of driver education.
A hilariously creative effort to stop cars at red lights.
And they plan to do it without a major auto manufacturer partner.
Four friends standing on a sidewalk were struck by a driver who fled, but police closed the case seemingly without even bothering to investigate.
Spending the summer in Europe opened my eyes. Or did it?
A new lawsuit from a very imaginative condo association.
Not only is Elmwood Place now embroiled in expensive litigation, it has developed a local reputation as a place to avoid.
Policies differ wildly from city to city and from restaurants to places of worship.
ArrivalStar settles after facing its own lawsuit from the American Public Transportation Association.
When supporting local businesses means driving everywhere.
Hamburg, New York, rejected the widening of its local main street. Since then, crashes are down and property values are way up.
Every detail of this story is amazing.
If you can afford a ritzy car, should you pay more for breaking the law?
An improbable proposal from the 1930s would have joined New York to New Jersey with a new neighborhood built over water.
Bike-share is key.