They don't cut down on traffic or make travel faster, and they should be replaced.
A brief history of bus thieves from World War II to Darius McCollum.
The MTA just released new pictures, and they are quite post-apocalyptic.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
If Americans have really reached "peak driving," recent changes in land use may be a reason why.
Nashville tries to reboot its neglected areas with a new form-based zoning code.
At the very least, it seems to slow the rise of highway traffic, according to a new report.
The number of people who work in a different city than they live is growing rapidly.
The U.K.'s first "Boris Bus" hit the streets yesterday, then broke down and had to be "rebooted."
A new study finds a "clear relationship" between a guaranteed spot at home and commuting by car.
Research on the topic doesn't offer any clean answers — and two new reports just add to the confusion.
L.A.'s Metro Rail system offered up a serious contender this morning.
Virtual supermarkets may be coming soon to a transit station near you.
The mayor wants the city to run buses on Saturdays, but traditionalists oppose the move as a slippery slope.
Rogue cabbie Phil Sullivan of Aspen has faced two jail stints and thousands of dollars in fines. But he keeps breaking the law.
A flood of new cameras in Chicago aims to slow motorists driving near schools.
Negative stereotypes of light rail — in particular its unsubstantiated ability to generate crime — may have hurt property values along a new line in south Jersey, according to a new study.
In New York, legislators debate whether a bill banning food will cut down on the city's vermin.
There's outrage in New York City over how many drivers get away with killing people every year. Here's one idea to help save lives.