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.
Here's an idea for a better way to harness the power of stationary bike workout: use the resultant energy to fuel the electricity-sucking equipment for a banging outdoor concert. Pedal Power NYC recruited 250 volunteers to pedal 16 bikes, which, …
Bicycling creates a little wealth. But more importantly, it creates a lot of well-being. That's what the bicycle economy is all about.
It seems like we get a new list of greenest, most climate-change-prepared, most bike-friendly etc. cities every week or so. But we never really get tired of looking at these rankings, and checking them against each other to decide where …
It's the Atlantic, as you've never seen it before: Cities are red, shipping routes blue, roads green and air networks in white. Click on the image to see the full map of the entire planet.
Towns like Poughkeepsie, New York may appear charmless, but they could be ideal places to live in a post-peak oil world.