The village of Long Grove considers privatizing its public streets.
The city's parallel transportation network, invented by companies like Facebook, Google and Apple, could be creating unforeseen consequences.
In Bishkek, public officers and private security companies compete for business.
Meet the high-paid experts who are pitching our cities and states on how to save money.
Here, you pay for the roads and resources you use, thanks to innovative public-private partnerships.
Fares are nice, but real estate and retail holdings are the main reasons why its private rail companies profit.
Sacramento hopes to learn from the successes and mistakes of Indianapolis and Chicago.
A Freakonomics panel looks at if, how, and whether Amtrak can find its way to profitability
Large cities with cash-strapped transit agencies would do well to study Japan's rail history
To pay camera contractors, cities have an incentive to encourage drivers to run red lights and pay big fines