The preliminary findings into a fatal crash in Tempe by the National Transportation Safety Board highlight the serious “handoff problem” in vehicle automation.
Starting in November, the city will make clear that downtown streets are not for drivers.
They’re like regular parking spaces. Except, you know, pink.
The nation’s famed mastery of rail travel has been aided by some subtle behavioral tricks.
Federal regulations mean that passengers flying from one weed-legal destination to another with their personal stash may still be breaking the law, but in at least one U.S. airport, that weed can fly.
“Bird hunting” has become a pastime and a side hustle for teens and young professionals, but for some it’s a cutthroat business.
It’s time to think less about commuting and more about making all those other common everyday trips safer.
The northwest part of the state has built an impressive network of bicycle infrastructure—thanks, in part, to the Walton Family Foundation.
Meet the new world leader in fare-free living.
A new documentary follows the epic journeys faced by commuters in Istanbul, Mexico City, and Los Angeles.
It takes a volunteer army of student mapmakers to build a better transit tracker.
The city is launching a study to explore the possibility of going fully fare-free.
Washington D.C. transit officials announced plans to update the payment system for rail and bus with a great new app. But if they don’t go further, this writer says, the speed of transit innovation will soon leave them scrambling.
It’s the most blunderful time of the year.
A series of modernist transit design gems were discovered last week inside Massimo and Lella Vignelli’s archives.
How did a transit-backward town become a national poster child for ridership success?
A pilot program on the South Side aims to expand beyond the reach of the city’s docked system. But will lock-to requirements and other regulations allow for enough bikes to be useful?
Can new technology radically improve the rider experience?
The MTA’s ambitious bus overhaul plan has long-suffering transit advocates giddy. Now comes the hard part.
In cities nationwide, efforts to redesign streets for bikes and pedestrians can face stiff resistance.
Glitches and worker strikes have brought the world’s first modern bikeshare program to its knees.