January 1 has historically been a deadly day for pedestrians and car crashes. Here are some of the many programs intended to mitigate the New Year’s Eve risk.
The Tesla CEO might have incurred the wrath of public transportation advocates, but he’s not wrong in his diagnosis of one fundamental problem.
A Tokyo bus company helps out riders who accidentally find themselves stranded at the end of the line in the middle of the night.
Trump’s big investment plan will be revealed in January. Here’s what to expect.
The city’s pioneering bike-share program and growing network of lanes was key. So is “human infrastructure.”
Want a gratis ride? You’ll just have to stop at some stores along the way.
“DHS should not be scanning the faces of Americans as they depart on international flights—but DHS is doing it anyway,” warns a new report that finds facial recognition practices may be violating the law.
The traffic will only be getting worse. Here’s what AAA, Inrix, and Waze have to say about avoiding Christmas jams.
In cities where the popular ride-sharing app is used, ambulance usage went down by 7 percent, according to a new study.
First step: Acknowledge that ride-hailing apps are jamming streets worse than ever.
A female passenger’s death sparked a movement demanding safer mobility options for women. Can this business model work here, after faltering elsewhere?
The E.U.’s top court deals a major blow to the ride-hailing company, and other services might get caught in the crossfire.
The Tesla CEO’s recent comments about public transportation triggered a firestorm of criticism. Here’s why.
Even though fares pay for a fraction of transit’s total cost in Dunkirk, free buses seemed like magic.
China is building a new train to cut travel time significantly between Hong Kong and Guangzhou. But pro-democracy activists are uneasy about mainland’s intentions.
The fatal derailment in Washington is the latest reminder of how the U.S. gives train passengers short shrift.
A new law could see the city’s cycling infrastructure completely transformed.
Three are dead following the deadly accident on the opening morning of Amtrak’s rerouted, faster Cascades line near Tacoma.
Despite its shortcomings, the scope of the 5.3-mile Spadina line addition is significant.
Local leaders like Eric Garcetti have always juggled a lot. Now they’ve got the world on their shoulders.