As bicycling gains in popularity, more cities will have to confront the question.
The government has just lifted a 50-year ban on imported vehicles.
A San Diego woman recently got a ticket for driving with them on. This is only the beginning.
The company says it wants to work with the city to pay occupancy taxes.
4,000 people each year are killed or injured in these accidents. Could a change in the law make it a little easier to catch the perpetrators?
My father is 67-years-old, and lives in the sprawling outskirts of Guangzhou. I last saw him a year ago.
Also, Tampa wants to turn down the bass on car stereos and an Iowa city declares war on poopy geese.
Forget the penalties—bike riders shouldn't have to obey laws designed for 4,000-pound automobiles.
Double the fines for bikers that break traffic laws ... and the drivers that door them.
Why blanket prohibitions are misguided.
Grab tight your freedoms, America: The country's collective legislatures are unleashing a torrent of new regulations.
Partisan lines that once fell along regional borders can increasingly be found at the county level. What does that mean for the future of the United States?
The noPhoto is a license-plate frame that promises to get you out of traffic tickets.
More than 400 zones in Britain's dominant city have extra rules. Disobeying them can get you a ticket.
A man in Daytona Beach, Fla., was recently taken to jail for spitting on the street. This is a good thing
Ann Arbor, Mich., grapples with redefining a law that forces drivers to stop if a pedestrian even appears to be approaching a crossing