In the future, urban planners could lose their jobs to ultra-efficient slime molds.
Blame the internet.
Transport modes should be evaluated on their "productive time," not just travel time.
Cue the Philip Glass for this entrancing footage of a Pennsylvania bridge being born.
People are much more likely to ride to work if they have a place to clean up once they get there.
Think the system runs on sharing, community and trust? You're wrong.
A new state-by-state analysis shows just how transportation dollars are spent.
Photographs of the phantom City Hall station capture transit charm of yore.
Also, a pilot program to give out free toilet paper in China fails miserably.
Obsessing over trying to serve different economic classes on mass transit misses the point.
Elon Musk imagines a cheap, faster-than-a-plane, weather-immune, crash-impervious people-mover.
A new chart details what we save when we take the train or bus.
Once Apple releases its new mapping software, you'll only be able to find the bus if you live in a city with open data.
Over 235,000 visitors will arrive in Heathrow today, putting the city's specially designed transportation network to the test.
One man's trip across the entire system from end to end to end in one shot.
Some whimsical responses to a serious question.
Shrinking the distance between vibrant urban cores and smaller communities could spark an economic boom.
But don't ride it into oncoming trams, obviously.
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.