Lime has joined rival Bird in establishing a safety advisory board tasked with helping the e-scooter industry shape local regulations—and shake its risky reputation.
Nevada City, California, used to advertise its “bargain” parking meters. Now they’re getting more expensive to protect the town against an existential threat.
Supporters and foes of California’s AB5 marched on the capitol this week over the bill that could transform the business model for Uber, Lyft, and drivers.
Thousands of Americans live in vehicles because they have nowhere else to go. Without places to park legally, they suffer through parking tickets, property seizure, and instability.
The automobile took over because the legal system helped squeeze out the alternatives.
A new short film reveals how the Dutch city reengineered itself around the bicycle, with life- and money-saving results.
Spain’s national rail operator has quietly become a leader in Europe. Now it wants to compete with its neighbor to the north.
When cities fail to provide basic amenities like seats at bus stops, community organizations step in with creative DIY fixes.
Bird’s new monthly rental program could force users and cities to reconsider e-scooters as a real mode of transportation. But there are some drawbacks.
Bird, Lime, and other shared micromobility services are disrupting the legal landscape, too.
Two reports from the World Resource Institute look at the biggest barriers to electrifying the global bus fleet—and how cities can overcome them.
Google’s wayfinding company wants to help drivers and riders find each other on its navigation app—and ease traffic congestion along the way.
PIRG’s annual list of “highway boondoggles” includes nine transportation projects that will cost a total of $25 billion while driving up emissions.
With more conservative leadership moving in after elections, the Spanish capital’s pollution-fighting regulations on private vehicles may be in danger.
Fear of Missing Out does not make good transportation policy. Sometimes a new bus shelter is a better investment than flashy new technology.
In a progressive shake-up, 32-year-old community organizer Candi CdeBaca will take her advocacy work to the city council.
The app will offer crisis navigation warnings and provide detailed visual information about hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes.
In 1987, the Maryland Transit Administration busted out a brass band to open a subway that never had a chance.
As California considers a gig-work bill to make ride-hailing drivers employees eligible for benefits and bargaining rights, Uber and Lyft ask for compromise.
The pint-sized faux villages that dot America aren’t just cute—they’ve helped teach children pedestrian and bike safety since the 1930s.
India’s capital city is full of private residential “colonies” protected by locked gates. But many claim the barriers don't stop crime and cause traffic chaos.