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.
Will Generation Y choose to live in smaller spaces and more walkable communities than their parents did?
Here's one reason it's important for us to look these catastrophes in the face and realize that they can happen to us: They reveal how weak our systems are. All of our modern sophistication, our gadgets, our smart cars and …
Urbanists prattle on about sustainability as if the economic meltdown of the last few years didn't even happen. No wonder it's not working.
Is there a way to accommodate a growing population and its continued need to drive without ending up in a scenario where we all live in the median of a 120-lane highway? Researchers at North Carolina State University found that …
Within our lifetimes, many of us will have to pioneer a new meaning of what "the good life" really is. People in Detroit are leading the way.