Five image pairs — and simple rules — courtesy of New York City.
A peek at the evolution of the movement, courtesy of the founder.
One of New York City's busiest streets doesn't have a full bike lane. The other night, some cycling advocates took matters into their own hands.
The concept has made neighborhoods safer and more social. Can't it make cities a little greener too?
A street shouldn't just be about transportation, but also about civic definition and social and commercial interaction.
Six lanes of traffic will be reduced to three in the city's plan to improve the walkability of Broadway.
By 2031, one in five people living in America will be older than 65. But virtually none of our cities or suburbs were built with them in mind.
In Miami Beach, grassroots activists have put together a powerful campaign for roads that suit bikers and walkers, along with cars.
New York advocates for safer streets form a PAC to influence city elections.
The city's new Complete Streets Design Guidelines creates a paradigm shift in how road crews and transportation workers should look at shared streets.
Need ideas for how to better your neighborhood? We've got 'em right here.
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 community tries some relatively pain-free fixes to make its streets greener and more walkable
By restricting pedestrian movement, the city rewards bad drivers