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$6 Billion for Southern California's $40 Billion Need

Two cost estimates of needed pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure differ wildly

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Can Amtrak Afford Its New NYC Home?

As construction of Moynihan Station moves forward, the rail provider says it can't pay much rent

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What We Can Learn From City Busways

A look at the successes and failures of some prominent American systems

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Manila’s 'Christmas Lanes' Streamline Holiday Traffic

The Philippines capital turns roads into temporary highways to ease shopping-related congestion

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How Public Transit Celebrates the Holidays

A roundup of the best train lights and subway car decorations

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The Evolution of Traffic Accidents in New York

Fatalities are on pace to hit their lowest mark in a century. A look back at the way things were when traffic statistics began

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Finding the Route of Least Emissions

Experts are working on models that would bring green-routing to your GPS

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Silicon Valley's Urban Planning Dilemma

An environmental law that sometimes keeps the region from building housing that's close to jobs

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A Blueprint for Beating Traffic

Five years on, Stockholm's congestion pricing program remains a great success

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The Case for Congestion

Traffic provides cities money and robust street life - why should we do away with it?

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Turning Your Commute Into an Arcade Game

The Foursquare-style Chromaroma program tracks London Tube riders wherever they go

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L.A.'s Bike Lane Blues

After two coats of paint, a new bike lane in Los Angeles is struggling to take hold

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Relaunch of the Day: Rio de Janiero's Bike Share Program

After a failed first attempt, the city tries again

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5 Small City Transit Projects in Progress

A look at some of the best projects in America's less well-known cities

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Imagining a City Without Its Public Transportation

The D.C. metro models how the region would change if there were no subways or buses

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Miami Marlins Risk Dropping the Ball on Transit

The new $634 million stadium is ready to go, but how fans will get there remains unclear

Free Federal Money May Doom a Transit Center in Troy

The city's Tea Party mayor opposes the $8.5 million proposal because it will be completely paid for by Washington

The Future of Transit Fare Cards Is No Fare Card At All

Chicago and Philadelphia are doing away with fare cards in favor of an "open fare" system