Examples of just how difficult it is for children around the world to access education
Every 30 hours, a New Yorker is killed in a car crash. With the right approach, the NYPD could help bring that number way down.
The shift from close-in spaces to far-flung outposts like Denver International reflects changes not only in travel, but in the culture.
Without a cash infusion, it'll be broke by 2015. What's Chief Steve Spade to do?
Dense travel in a dense world makes sense.
How cars slowly took over our lives, and our transportation options.
Lyft claims it wants to be more than just a taxi service — it wants to connect people. Is it this generation's version of hitchhiking?
Revised funding models may eventually be needed, but there's little sign of a lack of commitment in places like Toronto and New York.
Seventeen alternatives, ranked.
The Bluetooth device also sends alerts to other people near the presumed bicycle thief.
In Switzerland, the coffee giant is about to become even more ubiquitous.
Best not think about the logistical issues of pedaling it.
The parents of a 3-year-old killed while crossing the street speak out against distracted driving.
The city finally has an easy-to-read bicycling map, thanks to the vision of a die-hard local cyclist.
The perception that biking is unsafe remains a major stumbling block in getting more people to ride.
We've made it harder than ever for kids to walk, bike or even play outside and the consequences are dire.
Thirty can win you one free subway ticket.
Lessons that bear repeating to residents of large cities around the world.