It’s making public transit worse.
The gas tax is bad, and there's a better way forward.
"When I tell you this is the worst thing I've seen in all my life, being in the business for 30+ years, owning since I was a kid, this is a disaster."
Nearly six months after the storm, residents of a Texas town face red tape, long waits and "a gigantic housing crisis."
Waste removal is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. On the darkened streets of New York City, it's a race for survival.
It built the city. Now, no matter the cost — at least $100 billion — the city must rebuild it to survive.
A new law could see the city's cycling infrastructure completely transformed.
We asked experts what they thought it would take to improve New York City's subway system. Here are six suggestions.
In an Australian beach town, surfers get their boards to the coast using renewable-powered transit.
Countless human-made troubles in the Indonesian capital pose an imminent threat to the city's survival. And it has to deal with mounting threats from climate change.
For the past twelve months, Chinese cities have been in the midst of a spectacular and sometimes messy experiment: Millions of privately funded bicycles that can be ridden for a song and left anywhere at all.
An Amtrak passenger train derailed in Washington state, as several of its cars tumbled off a highway overpass on Monday, killing at least three people and injuring more than 100 others.
Cities and citizens alike are waging war against map apps.
E-bikes could be the future of urban transit, but no one wants to let them on the road.
A nonprofit is calling for the US to redouble its commitment to helping developing countries prepare for new infectious diseases.
You swipe again. The machine asks you to swipe again at the same turnstile. This can go on for hours, until you beg an MTA employee to let you through. That’s the cursed MetroCard experience, and as of this week, its days are numbered.
A driver, a transportation official, and a transit advocate explain why Seattle recently saw one of the biggest citywide increases in passenger numbers.
The solution to disaster relief should be easy: fund public services.
Why did police and local reporters rush to blame a 14-year-old girl struck by a speeding driver in a marked crosswalk?
Officials at Magellan Midstream Partners claim floodwaters made them underestimate the magnitude of the oil spill at Galena Park.
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