A delightful throwback.
An innovation in Texas could extend highway lifespans and decrease repair spending.
Since the emergence of E-Z Pass twenty years ago, toll passes have remained largely a regional game. Not for long.
A judge rules that Wisconsin can't enlarge a major freeway without studying the project's impact on sprawl and public transit users.
Today marks the end of roughly 75 years of on-again-off-again road closures in a suburb of San Francisco.
The blast was so strong it sent some cars flying off the bridge, and still more trucks were found crushed underneath the debris.
It's by far the highest rate in the country.
The old highway could be cleaned up to promote economic vitality in rural communities.
In the 1950s and 1960s, as Boston was busy razing the West End and plunging ahead with urban renewal, transportation planners were pushing an 8-lane bypass highway.
The city won a grant to replace its highway with a walkable downtown, but one group raises several concerns about the new plan.
They don't cut down on traffic or make travel faster, and they should be replaced.
At the very least, it seems to slow the rise of highway traffic, according to a new report.
The end of the Tampa-Orlando high-speed rail line, the death of a pedestrian near Atlanta and other low points from the year in city travel
A growing number of cities are letting buses cruise highway shoulders to improve service
10 roads whose days cutting through cities are nearly numbered
A new study makes the fundamental case for congestion pricing