Pretend there's a huge rock in their path, obviously.
A New York City subway ride now costs a full dollar more than it did 10 years ago. A small group of activists are taking their frustration to the fare gate.
Even in walking cities like New York, the criminality of drivers who kill pedestrians is far from clear.
The latest sign of changing attitudes.
Some bike advocates see fees as a useful starting point in an inevitable discussion about sharing road costs.
Design firm Street Plans Collaborative has started tracking informal street furniture, and you can help.
Researchers in the U.K. find that ambulance response times drop with the temperature.
A new generation of funding schemes turns the "user fee" on its head.
Peatónito is the alter ego of Jorge Cáñez, a 26-year-old political scientist in Mexico City.
A modernized vending machine for taxis and bars is preparing for launch in New York.
Carl Downer spends his work days giving commuters Rasta-inflected pep talks.
One company had to decommission 75 percent of its fleet after structural cracks were found.
No, but it does pull them off buses, if a new study of British systems is any indicator.
Bus operator Alexei Volkov claims to have precipitated more than 100 traffic accidents – mostly just to teach rude drivers a lesson.
As India contemplates a second fare hike in as many months, a Reuters photographer captures what the system means to its riders.
A U.K. initiative paints a vivid picture of what can happen when families don't have to worry about passing cars.
The series deals with the universal urban problem of bike riders versus drivers.