One cartographer has done the heavy lifting, and rail fans are pumped.
Biometric markers could replace physical payment methods, speeding entry for passengers (and discouraging fare evaders). Is this awesome, or creepy? Or both?
Informal ridesharing is technically illegal, but it will likely endure—just as it has for a century.
As traffic on land stalls, the sea beckons.
Here’s the latest in the smart national effort to cut crash fatalities.
The QLine is hardly mass transit.
The government recently announced that gas cars will be phased out by 2030.
Seattle built some of the longest highway bridges that float on water. Soon, one of them will carry a train system, too.
Could self-driving cars bring on more affordable housing? Should car companies slap a “warning label” on private autos? At a national summit of mobility leaders, some big thoughts came up.
Sweden’s capital city decides it’s time to correct postwar planning blunders—with a little friendly rivalry on the side.
In Rotterdam, the streets have a message: “Walk Proud.”
Why do some intersections have such high pedestrian injury rates? It’s not all about the number of cars.
New plans call for a pivotal roadway in the city center to be surrendered to pedestrians, bikes, and a new streetcar.
Cities have a narrow opportunity to rein in an unbridled rise in VMT.
As the White House prepares a massive infrastructure plan, experts weigh in on how they would spend that money to repair the country’s decrepit transportation and water systems.
We need a better way to make sure road users pay. Mileage fees could be the answer.
New research looks at the effect of Citi Bike docks appearing along MTA routes.