By 2031, one in five people living in America will be older than 65. But virtually none of our cities or suburbs were built with them in mind.
Your (involuntary) fifteen minutes of fame.
In Ohio's urban school districts, one in 446 students has been hit by a car. In suburban districts, it's one in 1,473.
And humans were just tiny little parasites, trying to hitch a ride.
Clocking the metric that matters most to many commuters.
A judge rules that Wisconsin can't enlarge a major freeway without studying the project's impact on sprawl and public transit users.
Hint: Think of Transformers.
Biking as a class issue isn't going away; on the contrary, it's just beginning.
A man was jailed for painting a crosswalk at a dangerous intersection. When he got back to his neighborhood, he was hailed as a hero.
It's an attempt to instill rule of law in Chinese cities known for their chaotic roadways.
The finer details of this urban legend deserve their own book.
His pie-in-the-sky underground bullet train that would zoom people across the country in hours instead of days
Pasadena officials are giving people $220 to buy folding bikes in an effort to solve the "last mile" transportation problem.
Seven months later, the A train is running to the Rockaways.
Four architects lay out their vision for a brighter, cheerier, more functional transit hub.
Do you know your city's "commuter-adjusted population"?
And what it reveals about the municipality's topography and commitment to transportation alternatives.
It wasn't always this way.