This week's Chicago L train crash highlights an area of technology where U.S. transit lags behind.
On M Street, the city has compromised rider safety, placed private interests above public, and let parking rule the day.
A New Jersey court rules that senders bear responsibility if they've "knowingly engaged in distracting conduct."
This is what happens when the money dries up.
Taxi driver homicide rates are three times lower in cities with in-car cameras.
Typically, transportation laws promoting safety lead to an increase in public health. With bike helmet laws, the connection isn't so clear.
Ideas for radical reinventions that would make the obsolete technology useful again.
There are reasons why places like Boston have tended to think of themselves as relatively safe compared to say, New Orleans.
New research says yes — but only under certain conditions.
The biggest one is simply that Americans drive more.
Monday brings an awkward mix of grief and preparation.
Violence at New York's McCarren Park Pool has some suggesting all urban resources fall prey to the tragedy of the commons. Here's why this thinking is flawed.
Rules targeting youths often don't produce public safety results
A Minnesota town hires a private security firm to handle its police work