Etsy acquired the city of Portland; Boulder's electric company cut off service for residents who voted against it; Philadelphia unveiled a pedestrian lane for distracted texters.
A new database corrals just about everything that's known about the 134 BRT systems in the world.
It's where rich and poor, wise and weird, picker and non-picker unite.
They aren't going away, but we can at least limit their harm.
We'd love to get from New York to Beijing in 2 hours, but we won't hold our breath.
Five charts can explain what the diabetes epidemic has to do with our current urban planning.
Artist Steve Wilkin sketches those who ride the 7:38 train in a free newspaper.
The whimsical plastic people-mover, a blend of monorail and recumbent bicycle, was a big enough idea to attract an investment by Google. So where is it now?
The city won a grant to replace its highway with a walkable downtown, but one group raises several concerns about the new plan.
Rewarding commuters who switch travel modes or times may be more effective than charging those who drive at rush hour, a new study suggests.
Gabriel Wartofsky thinks his folding electric bike can be the final cog in a multi-modal transportation network.
Some particularly disastrous streets, along with some hope for the future.
How sensors and computers and phone apps are revolutionizing the way cities handle their parking spaces.
The regulation causes developers to build more spaces than they would otherwise, according to a new report.
Pretty please with sugar on top?
The TransMilenio is among the world's best networks, but that hasn't stopped residents from protesting it again and again.
Which Sweet Sixteen team stadium is in the most walkable neighborhood?
Couples that travel the same way to work are happier together, a new study in the U.S. and China concludes.
The pinnacle of bus-shelter advertising madness has officially been reached with this pastry-scented campaign in London.