Advocates hope this long elevated pathway is just the first step toward changing the city’s bike culture.
L.A.’s newly reelected mayor Eric Garcetti may butt heads with the president over immigration. But congressional cuts to transit funding are more likely to derail his city’s transportation ambitions.
Inside the battle for the future of a technology that could really, truly change the world.
“Wait” is possibly the catchiest song ever performed by a talking pedestrian traffic signal.
Visionary architect Arthur Cotton Moore’s latest idea: an affordable housing project built out of old Metro cars.
Amid PR scandals and shaky financials, some wonder if Uber’s last days are imminent. That may be wishful thinking—but cities can expect to benefit from competition moving in.
“It’s a call to be vigilant everywhere.”
Will more people ride public transit if it smells nice?
Get ready for Europe’s biggest car ban yet.
Following a disastrous launch, Santiago’s ambitious Transantiago network became widely hated across Chile's capital city. But a determined group of transit fans is trying to rescue it.
Can Germany’s capital become the next great bike-friendly city?
From Copenhagen to Malmö on two wheels.
Traffic circles are great at preventing fatal wrecks. But what can be done about the crashes they do provoke?
If there’s a more effective way to say “stand clear of the closing doors,” this start-up wants to help transit agencies find it.
Enjoy the soothing shapes and colors of a ridership simulation that’s “better than any snake game ever.”
The ride-sharing giant’s full-blown PR crisis is getting worse.
A sampling of city-focused events around the world. This month: bikes, land, water and mayors.
An architecture firm and the government collaborated on a bus stop with books, a rooftop garden, and a swing.