Toronto researchers used eye-tracking devices to determine whether motorists were looking for bicycles when they turned right. Most weren’t.
The Salesforce Transit Center, San Francisco’s new bus and (someday) high-speed rail terminal, has been billed as the Grand Central Station of the West. But it might just become the Bay Area’s answer to the High Line.
Temperatures on New York City transit platforms are reaching past 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Many cars aren’t much better. How did we get here?
For nearly two weeks, Bangladesh’s capital city has been riven with protests following the death of two students in a traffic incident. A longtime Dhaka resident reports on the situation and offers a solution to the traffic problem.
Part memorial, part protest symbol, these all-white bicycles mark the places where cyclists have been killed by cars.
The city council has voted to set sweeping, first-of-their-kind limits on ride-hailing services.
A short film reveals the inner workings of Barcelona’s celebrated—and controversial—street revamps.
Blaming regulations, the China-based company pulls back from the U.S. market.
The founders of Revel, an e-scooter-share startup, think U.S. cities are ready for a bigger, faster kind of boosted bike.
Just before the transit service began, locals saw this short film on television and movie screens across the city.
Seth Rogen is now the voice of public transit in Vancouver and Toronto. We’re nominating these stars do the same thing in other cities.
If you can’t do stairs, half the city’s neighborhoods are transit deserts, according to a new report.
Partnerships between traditional public transportation agencies and Uber and Lyft have boomed since 2016. Where are they going?
At stake: The state’s half-century-long right to regulate auto emissions.
Would ride-hailing be better if the driver couldn’t talk?
Cities have been congested and transit has been poorly used for years before ride-hailing companies set up shop.
Some cities’ roads follow regimented grids. Others twist and turn. See it all on one chart.
A former mayor of Portland, Oregon, outlines what a smart ride-hailing tax looks like for American cities.
Transit workers and passengers share their insights on the growing system in its early years.
A new study documents the huge amount of space taken up by parking, and the astronomical costs it represents, in five U.S. cities.
The raucous pedestrian zone in Mong Kok will reopen to vehicles, following hundreds of noise complaints.