A one-mile sky ride won’t solve Chavez Ravine’s transportation problems.
The Boring Company’s “public transit” system has become a valet stand in a parking garage.
Transportation leaders discuss how to protect people walking and biking in a post-COVID-19 world.
Zero-emission transportation policy recommendations could provide climate-friendly economic stimulus.
We’re turning our SXSW panel into a webinar anyone can attend.
More roads, more money, more traffic: a new report argues America’s transit policy gridlock is costing us billions of dollars.
The Stockholm Declaration is the safe streets equivalent of the Paris climate agreement.
Driving short trips because walking and biking doesn’t feel safe is one reason transportation emissions keep going up.
Riders and experts answer your questions about e-bikes.
Michael Bloomberg’s new plan focusing on walking, biking, and transit raises the bar for candidates.
The City of Light became the City of Bike, and U.S. cities should take notice.
In Orlando, ground zero of the pedestrian safety crisis, a mayor’s traffic reform goals are put to the test.
"One part of the plan that’s really important is getting people out of cars," says advisor Janette Sadik-Khan.
The "people mover" being built in Vegas appears to be more of a mechanism for giving one-minute test rides in Teslas.
Reducing the number of cars in Oslo reduced the number of traffic fatalities.
Candidates are proposing universal health care and universal free college—what about universal transportation access?
Over the last ten years, bike share has proven to be safe and sustainable for cities. So what happens next?
The cocoon-like shelters were informed by research that found people prefer to stand or lean rather than sit while waiting for the bus in the cold.
Can the Missouri city’s free bus system save transit ridership?
Some Climate Mayors make big promises on the international stage, but expand fossil-fuel infrastructure at home.
Flight shaming should be directed at officials building fossil-fuel infrastructure, not passengers.
Culdesac Tempe, a 1,000-person rental development that just broke ground, won’t allow personal cars to be driven or parked on site.
Moving from GIS to a web platform makes Strava’s data more accessible to cities with less resources.
Bloomberg Philanthropies’ new initiative illustrates how "asphalt art" makes cities safer and more vibrant.
The bipartisan Vision Zero Act would steer highway funds towards programs for safer transit.
Congressional leaders want investments to prioritize climate, safety, and access to jobs.
Using a $99 pass, he can access the city’s streetcar, light rail, buses, bike share—and even car share.
How they’re getting to today’s marches matters.
City leaders will make a bigger climate impact by helping people avoid driving in the first place.