Street Design

2014's Endless Snow Has at Least Been Good for Transportation Nerds

Now is the winter of the "sneckdown." What's that even mean? Read on.

The Dramatic Makeover of New York's Streets Under Bloomberg

Car-choked areas transformed.

Safer Streets Pay Off for Businesses

Case studies from New York City.

The Case for Cul-de-Sacs

People who live in them actually have greater social cohesion, according to one sociologist.

Why Seniors, Children, and the Poor Are at Greater Risk of Traffic Deaths

Low-income neighborhoods often lack even the most basic pedestrian infrastructure.

A Visual History of Manhattan's Grid

A new exhibition examines the master plan that made New York what it is today

The 'Diverging Diamond' Interchange Is an Abomination

A "recovering" engineer tears apart the latest "complete streets" design trend

Combating Obesity with Street Design

A new manual from L.A. County seeks to improve public health via the built environment