Armed with a Tesla and a lot of community spirit, a tiny farm town embraces a different kind of ride-sharing.
A grass-capped highway expansion in a gentrifying neighborhood? Sounds familiar.
On the first day of Climate Week, mayors from around the world are reasserting pledges to deliver on the Paris agreement.
New Census numbers suggest shared rides are on the rise in major U.S. cities.
Tickets, patches, maps, and timetables: a new book presents 150 years of Helvetica-heavy subway artifacts.
Fuel shortages linked to the two recent hurricanes hindered evacuation and now recovery, highlighting our dependency on a fragile resource.
As Irma descends on Florida, ride-seekers confront a problem Silicon Valley has neglected to solve.
It's four hours to the nearest airport, three hours to Walmart, and there's no high-speed internet. But this tiny mining town is still determined to join the 21st century.
Yes, the city does have a mass transit system. And it will need it.
From Idaho to Ireland, cyclists are linking arms to protest inadequate cycling infrastructure.
A catastrophe like Hurricane Harvey was long predicted for Houston. But to live next to a dam and never fathom a breach is not a uniquely Texan brand of magical thinking.
For Houston residents facing flooded highways in Hurricane Harvey, there was nowhere to go.
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A speedy transition to wind, water, and solar could avert catastrophic climate change. For the 139 countries that backed the Paris agreement, it’s within reach.
In Idaho Falls, traffic is light and the Great American Eclipse crowds are giddy.
Drivers may be baffled by these newfangled intersections, but they’re safer than traditional four-way stops.
Hyper-gentrification turned renegade Manhattan into plasticine playground. Can the city find its soul again?
Trump’s obsession with building big things fast doesn’t seem unrelated to his defense of white supremacists.
Here’s how a governor-backed plan could win this time around.
DeVon Douglass defines the murky term in her own words.
Dogs are children for a growing number of Americans—and that’s putting new pressures on pup-friendly space.