Next time you're driving, remember that pedestrians aren't trying to annoy you. They're trying to get across the street without getting killed -- and a lot of the time, the street isn't designed for them.
Musician and programmer Alexander Chen wants to turn the New York subway system into a user-driven iPad musical instrument.
The Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University has released its annual Urban Mobility Report, which includes data on how much time, money, and mental health urban-area car commuters lose to congestion every year. Spoiler alert: Car commuting is expensive, …
People in large Chinese cities are more environmentally aware -- and more likely to act on that awareness -- than those in smaller cities.
The U.S. has as many as eight parking spaces per car. That's more than a billion parking spaces, or one for every person in China, should they need them once they're done buying all our post-crash assets for jiǎos on …
It used to be conventional wisdom among greenies that it's best not to talk much about adapting to climate change. But adaptation may be the most approach to climate change.
If you want to be safe, buying a big SUV won't do it. But living in a place where you don't have to drive so much is a sure bet.
There has never been a unified code of behavior for bicycling, so people have been left to hash it out on the street. With more people riding all the time, that's becoming an issue. So who is really responsible?
John Boehner has said that Americans don't "look very kindly" on bike infrastructure. Seems he might be wrong.