More and more city planners are seeing bike lanes as "a rational part of the mobility picture."
What happens when government agencies least prepared to provide assistance wind up as the first responders?
A window into the steady rhythm of first responders in a major city.
The shifting of the 3,400-ton span is rumored to be the biggest bridge move in history.
The state's latest pilot program overcomes privacy concerns by giving drivers five options, from full tracking to none at all.
The National Endowment for the Arts helps towns build their "brand" and develop innovating programing.
Plans for the city's last remaining major parcel, the Zidell Yards, could be shaping up into a dream project.
MetroMile, an insurance company aimed at urban drivers with a low-car lifestyle, launched in Portland this month.
Please don't let "Human Kopi Luwak" become a thing.
They may buy less per visit. But over the course of a month, bikers out-consumed drivers at bars, restaurants and convenience stores.
They are mostly found on the coasts, according to a new study.
The GAO reports that only a tenth of $53 billion in flexible transportation funding went to transit in the past five years.
A night of competitive cycling on "brakeless" single-speed cycles offers a veritable highlight reel of face planting and smashing into walls.
The United States is not just as a single national economy but a collection of city and metro economies, and they're growing at starkly different rates.
A look at some of the country's forward-thinking projects.
As Massachusetts governor, Romney was a believer in smart growth, climate change and mass transit. But the same man may not enter the White House, if he wins.
Data are scarce, but a look at grants from the National Institutes of Health gives us at least a partial picture.
Unions may be dying off in the workplace. But could they make a difference on the bus?
Which areas have the most bikers, the most walkers, and the most public transit riders?