Besieged by commuters taking Waze-powered shortcuts, Leonia, New Jersey, closed its side streets to non-residents. Not everyone is happy with the results.
Lansdale’s freight station is just as old as the beloved passenger station nearby. Volunteers are making sure it’ll no longer be an “ignored stepchild.”
As Bird, LimeBike, and Spin unleash dockless scooters in new cities, turf battles are breaking out.
After the fatal Uber crash in Tempe, a leading AV researcher warns that big questions about testing and public safety are looming for the industry.
Nearly 80 years ago, a construction standstill derailed the subway’s progress, leading to its present crisis. This is the story, decade by decade.
In California, advocates who demand “Public Housing in My Backyard” have joined traditional NIMBY groups in fighting a bill designed to boost density in transit-accessible neighborhoods.
This isn’t just about Facebook: When Google is building cities and cars are turning into data-harvesting machines, the need for laws that protect users has never been more urgent.
The company is announcing new partnerships with dockless bike firms, car-sharing services, and transit startups, signaling its desire to help cities service all types of mobility.
After 15 years of existence, London’s method of congestion charging is dated. It needs to be bigger, longer, and greedier.
When it comes to our road system, Ben & Jerry’s annual ice-cream giveaway has much to teach us.
After a controversial crackdown, city officials will legalize one class of battery-boosted bicycles.
The industry may cultivate an eco-minded image, but its lobbying efforts can tell a different story. Where should citizens place their outrage?
Instead, a pair of local street planners propose redesigning the street below.
Whether you need a free spot for two hours or a paid spot for the whole day, Coord’s color-coded map will tell you where to look.
William Gilpin’s big idea in the late 1800s would have made Denver the crossroads of the world—the place where “the zodiac of nations closes its circle.”
Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood has shown all the economic signs of gentrification without losing its majority-Latino population.
Before the fatal crash in Tempe, Uber’s self-driving test program had safety weaknesses, ex-employees say. Some weren’t avoidable, technologists believe, but some might have been.
Boris Johnson’s recent proposal to build a span between the U.K. and France recalls a long history of ambitious construction fantasies with uninspiring origins.
It’s every wonk’s favorite traffic-relief prescription. But getting road fees right is really complicated.
The $30 billion rail tunnel project may be a victim of President Trump’s feud with Democrats. But New York and New Jersey could still save it.
What will happen if we just accept that a certain number of pedestrian deaths are an inevitable part of adopting autonomous vehicles?