Hoboken, N.J., launched a "Twenty is Plenty" campaign to ask drivers to voluntarily slow down to 20 mph where the limit is 25.
Climate change got you down? Don't despair. Here's a visual exploration of what you can do to make a difference, featuring art, video, and dinosaurs.
It's become part of the collective American belief system that cars are the preferred (if not the only acceptable) mode of transportation for our children. But my family is taking the road less traveled by.
Biodiversity doesn't get as much attention as it should now that climate change has become preeminent among environmental quandaries. But it's important!
Starting with Plessy v. Ferguson, access to transportation has been a civil rights issue in this country. The founder of PolicyLink explains why it still is.
The revitalization of an obscure block in Montgomery, Ala., will reaffirm its place in the history of the civil rights movement.
Nurse practitioner Jody Hoppis makes house calls by bike. This is a very good thing.
A neighborhood outside Vancouver tries to build walkable urbanism in a suburban setting. Best of all, it's attracting families.
If our country stops fetishizing real estate and consumption, and gets back to incubating and executing innovation -- something that happens best in metro areas -- the future could look a lot brighter.