Allowing bus riders to board in the rear as well as the front is common outside the U.S., but few American transit agencies have been willing to try it.
Inspired by a new contest to write a song inspired by the G train.
A simple idea has exponential benefits for cities and communities.
A spate of injuries and deaths have forced cities to reassess how pedestrians and cyclists interact.
It's time for fast-growing Asian cities to dump the super-block.
The city's effort to simulate Olympic-level congestion leaves commuters frustrated and late.
Can a city successfully gentrify its bus system? Does it want to?
What they may stop riding are commercial airlines, research suggests.
Public sector transit unions are a potent force in setting transit agendas in American cities – more so than in Europe and Asia.
Researchers in Denmark found that municipalities underestimate the economic and environmental impact of new roads.
A new study finds big cross-cultural differences in spatial descriptions.
Is London's 'Emirates Air-Line' a total or partial waste of money?
Is this Spanish walkalator a boon for the old and infirm, or a crutch for the lazy?
Traditional taxicab drivers are in trouble and they don't even know it yet.
A subway-hopping photographer memorializes reading riders on a Tumblr blog.
Transit riders will get to hear the mayor's voice on their trips throughout the Olympics.
In a blow to the national humor reserve, Brooklyn's 36th Street stop will no longer be wantonly tripping commuters.
It takes a long time to get big infrastructure investments through the process, but it doesn't have to.
Congress had an opportunity to bring America into the 21st century. Instead it chose to pass a bill that will do little to improve access to public transportation.