The Hiriko electric vehicle is so cute you might just want to pick it up and carry it home.
Blame the internet.
There's fun and profit in having giant shredding rotors tear the flesh off deceased vehicles.
Some whimsical responses to a serious question.
A proto-GPS used punch cards to direct drivers.
A new study shows 18- to 29-year old Germans are also leaving the road.
Could this be the worst car accident ever put to video?
If you think all European cities embrace cycling as much as Copenhagen, you must not be familiar with Brussels.
New York's “complete streets” law is a step in the right direction, but roads around the state continue to threaten the lives of children who live and go to school near them.
A new study suggests vehicular travel affects children's ability to navigate their neighborhood and connect to their community.
Traffic fatalities disproportionately affect children in developing countries.
Lowering speed limits can greatly cut down on pedestrian injuries. But Rob Ford thinks one such proposal is "nuts."
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.
Long before the invention of social media, a man named Donald Appleyard was investigating how automotive traffic isolates us from one another.
By seizing a historical moment, ordinary Danish and Dutch citizens were able to change the course of development in their urban centers.
The forgotten history of how the auto industry won the right of way for cars.
U.S. cities in the South have their own set of challenges to face in going green. But Atlanta, for one, is trying.
Millennials are increasingly uninterested in the burden of car ownership.
The city won a grant to replace its highway with a walkable downtown, but one group raises several concerns about the new plan.