What does the elimination of a bus line serving mostly Latino domestic workers say about the Los Angeles transit system?
Thanks to camera phones, not only will the revolution be televised, so might any random stupid thing you do in public.
All across Europe, urban policy is shifting to favor humans over automobiles. What are they thinking? The New York Times takes a look.
My dense, walkable, transit-rich neighborhood does a lot of great things for my carbon footprint. But what it does for my soul might, in the end, be more important.
Cyclists make up more than 50 percent of the traffic on some busy London commuter routes. But as in New York, two-wheeled travelers still have an image problem to overcome.
Mayors from around the country are wondering why we're building bridges in Kandahar when bridges at home are falling to pieces.
As the huge baby boom generation gets older, our auto-dependent society will have to adapt, a new report argues.
Can't travel the world? A new website will take you to some of its most stimulating cities, and saunter with you down their streets -- with a little help from Google Street View.
Can landscape architecture fix the blight created by outdated and destructive transportation infrastructure?
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