Connecticut’s new Hartford Line isn’t just a train: It’s supposed to be an engine for the capital city’s post-industrial transformation.
The raucous pedestrian zone in Mong Kok will reopen to vehicles, following hundreds of noise complaints.
The biking community is overwhelmingly concerned with infrastructure. For urban anthropologist Adonia Lugo, that’s an equity problem.
Car dependence not only reduces our quality of life, it’s a crucial factor in America’s economic and political divisions.
In a flat city with good transit, a proposed overhead line could close a gap in the existing network. Importantly, supporters don’t see it as a tourist attraction.
The strategy: Keep free-range riders off Citi Bike’s turf.
What urban archaeologists found underneath Amsterdam as workers dug out the new Noord/Zuidlijn line.
Urban spaces are the testing grounds for the automation revolution. Will they destroy our jobs, or just make new and better ones?
Cyclists are now rolling on U.S. Bike Route 66 in Missouri and Kansas, the first stretch of a route planned for the whole length of the historic 2,400-mile highway.
They’re not just for sightseeing anymore.
Richard Ratay, the author of Don’t Make Me Pull Over!: An Informal History of the Family Road Trip, discusses the factors that turned road trips from an individual adventurer’s pursuit into a family activity—and those that led to their decline.
The layoffs signal a dramatic scaling back of the company’s autonomous vehicle testing.
Online artists are tracing transit lines onto aerial photos, offering a new way to visualize an often hidden mode of transit.
A proposed discount service could cut prices by 25 percent.
The way we consume power after midnight can reveal how we bad the morning rush hour will be.
Reminder to everyone lost in their screens and headphones on public transportation: You are really here.
A love for cars among today’s middle-aged Muscovites surely traces back to this song from their teen years.
By acquiring Motivate, Uber’s chief rival will take over the docked systems in New York, D.C., San Francisco, and more.
Generations of Russian leaders have imposed their visions on the city's vast subway network.
Once a bus gets behind schedule, it tends to get later and later, until the bus behind it catches up. But new real-time tracking tools might offer hope.
With a rare look at trip data from the ride-hailing giant, a UCLA researcher finds promising equity results.