People who ride bikes are already shelling out more than their share for asphalt. Here's why it makes good economic sense for cities to encourage cycling.
Masdar seems at first glance like a dream come true for anyone who cares about cities as proving grounds for innovative environmental technology. But will it ever have that urban magic?
The executive director of the city's transportation agency said, "Like in the FDA's food pyramid, too many cars are not good for you."
The Better Block project in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas aims to bring life to streets that had been left for dead. And people around the country are starting to take notice.
Walmart plans to expand into urban markets with smaller stores that carry fresh food. Is this a good thing?
The mother of Natasha Pettigrew, the Green Party candidate for Senate in Maryland who was killed by the driver of an SUV while riding her bike earlier this week, is mourning the loss of her daughter. Pettigrew's mother, Kenniss Henry, is also worrying that the driver of the SUV will get off easy.
A series of short films shows Detroit not as a shell of the past, but as an incubator of the future.
Natasha Pettigrew, a Maryland Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate, died late Monday, two days after a Cadillac Escalade hit her while she was bicycling.
World Car-Free Day is today, Sept. 22. It's a relatively modest affair. So why is one right-wing think tank so threatened by it?
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