Congestion pricing is gaining ground in New York City and Los Angeles. That could help turn around ride-hailing’s losses.
Artist William Wegman’s famous Weimaraners are now immortalized in mosaics in the New York subway.
Amtrak’s 30th Street Station was slated to lose its iconic “split-flap” display. But Philadelphians had other ideas.
Starting in January, American traffic safety organizations like AAA will teach motorists how to better avoid hitting passing bicyclists with car doors.
Bill de Blasio and other city officials are heading for commuting calamity by failing to properly plan a coherent vision for subways, buses, e-bikes, and ride-hailing.
A new tool by the Urban Institute maps the geography of car loan debt and delinquency.
Smaller heavy-duty emergency vehicles could save a lot of lives, says a new Department of Transportation report.
Uber says it’s committed to better serving wheelchair users, but accessibility advocates say the ride-hailing industry has been reluctant to make progress.
“These people responsible for this are worse than the communists in Poland,” one local said when General Motors razed the neighborhood in the early 1980s.
It’s not just public transit: The Grand Duchy’s progressive new government also raised the minimum wage and gave everyone two extra days off.
They’ll put new pressure on the nation’s energy infrastructure, but timing might present the biggest challenge.
Automated license plate readers are collecting and sharing tons of data across state lines, according to records from nearly 200 police departments nationwide.
Ford’s Argo team brought a fleet of autonomous vehicles to the famously congested streets of Miami, in order to test AVs in some real-world situations.
The new draft plan for the “smart” waterfront development offers broad proposals for housing, transportation, and energy use. But it’s not that radical.
A driver’s-eye-view of what it’s like behind the wheel of a city bus, from a San Francisco Muni bus driver.
As Madrid bans cars in the city center, the national government plans to do the same in more than 100 other places. A new survey suggests broad support across the country.
Christof Spieler’s Trains, Buses, People: An Opinionated Atlas of U.S. Transit reveals which cities’ bus and rail systems work, and which don’t.
GM’s announcement that it will shutter its Lordstown plant outside Youngstown, Ohio, is just the latest in a long series of economic blows to the city since the 1970s.
Even the biggest shopping day of the year can’t fill up the enormous oversupply of parking lots that ring U.S. shopping centers.
LOOP is both a card game and a tribute to the city’s famous L trains.
In the end, New York’s MTA and D.C.’s Metro were the only transportation networks capable of handling such an influx of new residents. But both cities will have some work to do.