A recent study found that travel has stagnated in eight developed countries, including the U.S. But what about the rest of the world?
Back in October, I started noticing the accusation that Seattle is waging a "war on cars" was popping up an awful lot in the local press, and in suspicious ways. Where did this inflammatory language come from?
A resident of St. Paul, Minn., was disturbed by the condition of the city's sidewalks during the snowy season. She finally got mad enough to act.
Can the historical "character" of a neighborhood be measured somehow, the way that tools like Walk Score measure walkability?
Millions of Americans are hooked on Zynga's new city-building game. Are there any real urban-planning principles at work?
A new report from the U.S. Public Interest Reseach Group debunks the myth of the self-financed highway system. Will Congress be convinced by the facts?
Elly Blue looks into her crystal ball and sees more bike lanes, more bike-sharing, more e-bikes -- and the best year ever for two-wheelers in the U.S.
IBM has partnered with Rio de Janeiro to create an operations center that will give the Brazilian city's emergency-management team access to a vast array of data.
London sewermen sing a rousing hymn to proper waste disposal.