Walking and social interaction are high in this planned community, but commuting by transit remains low
Median rider income is well above that of auto commuters in Idaho Falls and a few other metro areas
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
A new manual from L.A. County seeks to improve public health via the built environment
Dollar Vans offer a much-needed transit link. What's so wrong about that?
Taking lessons from its predecessors, America's largest city has crafted a three-pronged approach for bike-share deployment
Traffic calming and bike lane projects are helping cyclists avoid traffic on major roads
Autolib offers compact, all-electric vehicles modeled after Velib
An archival film from 1937 explains how automatic traffic signals worked in different cities across the country
By operating as nonprofits, smaller shared vehicle services are expanding their reach
A bold proposal to eliminate money-losing lines revives the question
In a global survey of 20 cities, finding a spot ranks toughest in New Delhi, easiest in the Windy City
The last thing we need right now is to make it harder for people to get to work
More than 40 percent of congestion delays occur during off-peak hours
Amid disappearing funding, a new report looks at how high-speed rail can still happen in the U.S.
London bike commuters found to breathe in more soot than pedestrians
The Shared Spaces theory has started to catch on in Europe, but will Americans ever buy it?
A survey of 55 major U.S. cities shows big gains in many places, but plenty of regional variation