President Obama's promise to build high-speed rail lines has gone nowhere, so what is there to build back? Plus, a tale of multiple transit agencies.
A secretive network of activists are deflating SUV tires in urban neighborhoods around the world to physically force their drivers to find less dangerous and polluting ways to get around — and in the process, they're prompting a conversation about the role of illegal direct action in the movement to end car dependence.
It's not surprising when right-wing publications run garbage articles about traffic cameras. But it's disappointing when progressive news outlets approach this issue with a windshield POV.
Planning and engineering students are poised to play a major role in shaping America's transportation system for decades. But do they agree with sustainable transportation advocates about what that future should look like?
Train-car collisions can be tragic, but they're not accidents when everyone knows the crossings are unsafe.
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade will increase the average round-trip travel distance required to reach the closest legal abortion care provider from 50 miles to a staggering 250.