The Orlando Magic's aluminum-plated garage and Duke University's green-walled parking lot are among the winners of the 2012 International Parking Institute competition.
Near-field communication — which turns your phone into your fares, ads, and more — has shown both promise and problems.
Major turning points in life are linked with shifts in car ownership and transit use, a new paper argues.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
A six-mile loop of moving platforms could have been the congestion solution 1903 New York needed.
"Stop with the driving / already. It's a freaking / mile-high cloud of dust."
Earthquakes, underground chemicals, hysteria and emotion all collide in L.A.
How urban design affects serious traffic accidents among our oldest populations.
How Americans might be able to leverage technology to get back in our pedestrian groove.
Texas bets drivers will pay more than $5 to drive 5 mph faster between San Antonio and Austin.
New research says auto regulations or system expansion — but not fare subsidies — increase transit use.
Yes, according to one new study.
Brazil's Curitiba was once a model of sustainable planning. Now, it's struggling with a slew of urban problems.
As cycling goes mainstream, hardcore riders in New York City complain about being tamed. Here's why they're wrong.
A new study shows 18- to 29-year old Germans are also leaving the road.
Bike infrastructure is changing, raising new questions about the best design.
When designed the right way, a BRT line can be a smart alternative to more expensive modes of public transit.
Road trains — semi-autonomous highway platoons — recently completed a promising trial, but questions remain.