What do you get when you layer the Barcelona “superblock” and the Dutch woonerf onto Manhattan’s grid? Streets that are for people.
The original vision for the Buffalo’s failed car-free-zone downtown was always a fantasy, as this TV spot shows.
What's the best way to get from Brooklyn to Queens during rush hour: bike, Uber, taxi, subway, bus, or electric moped?
Why a transportation revolution had some unanticipated side effects.
In an effort to boost ridership, Buffalo’s transit authority is offering developers a chance to revamp its stations. What’s wrong with that?
How about “light individual transport lane”?
Waymo is preparing to launch self-driving taxis. But the people tending them may be the most important part of the system.
A GAO report says the FTA “runs the risk of violating federal law” as it blocks rail and bus projects.
Seeing a single bike bounce around so often over my lunch break highlighted the value of bikeshare in a way that ridership statistics can't, writes an MTA analyst.
Over the the longer term, the city’s subway, bus, and bike commuters stand to benefit from the much-feared Brooklyn train disruption.
The stir caused by New Zealand minister Julie Anne Genter’s journey to an Auckland hospital says more about us than her.
The embattled Tesla CEO is proposing a 3.6 mile “Dugout Loop” to help get L.A. fans to Dodger Stadium.
Sidewalks are a last shred of safe public space. No wonder we’re fighting over them.
A lawsuit in Atlanta reflects a growing movement that demands accessible, well-maintained sidewalks—and rejects budgetary constraints as an excuse.
The Twin Cities’ docked system has a proposal to go dockless—without the chaos and sidewalk clutter.
From El Paso to Minneapolis, local rail and bus projects are waiting on federal money that should have arrived by now.
The disaster has focused attention on the state of infrastructure built during the nation’s postwar boom.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is little more than propaganda announcing the unity of China and her former colonies, despite their very different historic, legal, and even transportation backgrounds.
City leaders need to reckon with the reality that sometimes shared ride services are not part of the answer to urban congestion, argues transportation researcher Bruce Schaller.
Toronto researchers used eye-tracking devices to determine whether motorists were looking for bicycles when they turned right. Most weren’t.