New data shows that, contrary to popular belief, crime is falling faster in urban areas, and diverse and immigrant populations are a key factor.
This is not even the first time that someone in New York City has compared cyclists to terrorists, but it might be the dumbest: New York's CBS 2 is concerned that bike lanes will facilitate acts of terror. A Second …
For a freegan, the world is a grocery store, and everything is marked 100 percent off. I go dumpster diving with a few intrepid New Yorkers who are living the freegan dream.
There's a growing bike scene in Detroit, and this film by Alex Gallegos captures it beautifully.
An LA-based design think tank called APHIDoIDEA has an idea about how to build an environmental education center that practices what it preaches. The designers imagined an Environmental Center of Regenerative Research & Education -- or eCORRE -- Complex that …
A transportation bill should make investments in infrastructure repair, not cut funding.
For one day each year, humanity descends on an otherwise inhumane landscape, pedestrians boldly take back the public realm, and my hometown feels like a community again.
What does the elimination of a bus line serving mostly Latino domestic workers say about the Los Angeles transit system?
Attempts to measure, score, or rank things for greenness aren't perfect or foolproof, but they do get us talking about what's important.