High-speed vactrains might be the ticket for a Martian colony. As a practical transit investment for Earth, the technology has a long way to go.
Some states shoulder the lion’s share of state and local road costs; others lean on Uncle Sam.
How did the small Dutch city of Nijmegen conquer car traffic?
New research piles on the unpleasant effects of hotter air on plane travel.
A new platform from Esri acts like a social network built on civic duty.
The Trump administration is distancing itself from the Gateway Project, which will only get more expensive to fund.
The $15 fee on new bikes is a strange way for the state to prioritize active transit.
An urban researcher shows how "mobility space" favors cars.
In some ways, the boats hint at transit’s service-oriented future.
The outward signs of income are so predictable that even robots can learn them.
Yes, the trains are packed. But don’t blame the victims of the city’s transit meltdown.
With the GOP’s massive restructuring to Medicaid awaiting a vote, low-wage workers need special attention.
Just in time for President Trump’s 'Energy Week.’
As more districts splinter along lines of race and income, judicial processes meant to protect the fair distribution of educational resources are failing, a new report finds.
Businesses that air condition the sidewalk are on alert with a new crowdsourced campaign.
Leave it to the Dutch to engineer the psychology of the regional bike commute.
The Uber CEO’s wild ride has ended. Who should get the next turn behind the wheel?
As cities vow to meet the Paris climate commitments, rival researchers debate the true costs of going 100-percent renewable.
As the city strives to cut carbon emissions, backseat travelers should know when there’s a quicker, cleaner route.
The company’s pledge to cut emissions couldn’t come at a more opportune moment. But can it deliver?
With CEO Travis Kalanick taking leave, the company's leadership is in turmoil. But unless city regulations change, the ride-hailing company will remain on top.