Three and four-foot rules are springing up across the country, but their benefits are debatable.
A look at some of America's most (and least) successful designs.
Rashid Temuri has more than 4,100 followers and more service calls than he can handle.
Germany's newest airport gets a test run before its June 3 opening.
Traffic fatalities disproportionately affect children in developing countries.
Los Angeles is once again considering ending the honor system on its rail system.
Lowering speed limits can greatly cut down on pedestrian injuries. But Rob Ford thinks one such proposal is "nuts."
A sign in Brooklyn reminds drivers to look out for riders.
Traditional street play is good for kids precisely because it allows them to figure out how to use their environment in creative ways on their own.
In the 1950s and 1960s, as Boston was busy razing the West End and plunging ahead with urban renewal, transportation planners were pushing an 8-lane bypass highway.
Tallinn's mayor wants it to be the flagship of Europe's green movement.
Urban designer and writer Darrin Nordahl thinks it's time for advocates of alternative transportation to stop trying to appeal to reason and go for the gut instead.
I don't care what you purists think, these e-bikes are a godsend to hilly cities everywhere.
Long before the invention of social media, a man named Donald Appleyard was investigating how automotive traffic isolates us from one another.
New York, San Francisco, Boston, and D.C. top a new ranking of the best cities for transit.
By seizing a historical moment, ordinary Danish and Dutch citizens were able to change the course of development in their urban centers.
Perhaps it wanted to go green.
Residents in low-income areas are more likely to get injured out on the road, according to researchers.