Is this the end of the (free) road for London’s cars?
Leave it to the Dutch to engineer the psychology of the regional bike commute.
They make security cameras take your picture and cry for help if somebody is stealing your bike.
The Uber CEO’s wild ride has ended. Who should get the next turn behind the wheel?
Investors forced the brash executive’s resignation for the good of the company—but what does that mean for its future?
Here’s a DIY guide to livening up your bus stop with the world’s most-beloved puzzle.
When flights are grounded, climate change isn’t acting alone.
As terror attacks and disasters meet political instability, London really is reeling this time.
As the city strives to cut carbon emissions, backseat travelers should know when there’s a quicker, cleaner route.
Villagers in Janakpur are anticipating the return of a colonial-era train route that’s considered their lifeline—but progress has been slow.
There’s a reason cities and companies partner up to launch bike-share systems. Disrupting this model could cause more harm than good.
The company’s pledge to cut emissions couldn’t come at a more opportune moment. But can it deliver?
The highly efficient fuel was supposed to be the future. Is it now doomed?
And could a golden era for urban design lead to the automation of landscape architects?
After the attack on London Bridge, a campaign envisions an alternative to concrete barriers that would protect pedestrians and memorialize victims at the same time.
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.
A man was killed Monday morning riding on a Citi Bike in Chelsea.
The six-lane Innerbelt connector obliterated downtown Akron in the 1970s. Next summer, it’s going to be covered in trees.
Long before America had a distinct sense of buildings as corporate branding, rail lines were busy laying the very track of the idea.
The city’s bike bandits like attacking racks—but this one fights back.
Trump went to Cincinnati to talk about fixing the nation’s aging locks and dams. Would his public-private financing model fit?