It’s not just Uber. New transportation services come with data risks, even when they’re from a public agency.
Here’s what it should learn from London’s infamous efforts to build one.
Find the best times (and modes!) to get to dinner this record-breaking holiday weekend.
With the EV tax credit on the chopping block and Tesla experiencing production delays, dreams of an electric future might prove elusive in the U.S.
In fact, they’ll do the opposite of what techno-optimists hope, and worsen—not ease—inequality.
Taking a flight between cities in different African nations is often expensive, circuitous, and unsafe. But better days for travelers may be coming.
Arlington used to be the largest city in the U.S. without any buses at all. Now it’s going all in on on-demand shuttles.
A Carolinian drives along a familiar road to make sense of what exists in between the South’s most regressive and progressive narratives.
Flixbus is like the Uber of long-haul road travel. Could it reboot the American coach business?
Autonomous vehicles promise safety and efficiency. But nobody knows what it will be like to live with them.
In Arkansas, the “knights of the road” are being trained to combat truck-stop prostitution.
MTA is instructing staff not to say “ladies and gentlemen” anymore, preferring “passengers” or “riders” instead.
In an era of state preemption of local authority, Nashville is pushing ahead with a major transit initiative built on new local taxes.
The BeltLine is making the neighborhoods in its path too expensive. Can a proposed inclusive housing bill help?
Take a cheap helicopter ride through a smoggier, stress-ier, and more divided L.A.
Stop fumbling with your wallet at the turnstile and wear this ring instead.
New “trackless trains” out of China suggest buses by any other name could smell sweeter.
London’s plans for Oxford Street show that even the busiest roads can ban vehicles—but there's one major misstep.
Long neglected in transportation planning, popular jogging and biking routes are getting more attention thanks to new data collected by Strava.
Between iconic architecture and roles in the city’s tumultuous 20th-century history, Tempelhof, Tegel, Schönefeld, and Brandenburg are emotionally charged spaces.
Minibus startups like Chariot aren’t succeeding. But transit shouldn’t be judged on whether it turns a profit.