A new federal action plan to advance "equity" in the transportation realm includes concrete commitments to reform a transportation network that too often disenfranchises marginalized people — but it doesn't go far enough, some say.
It still takes Black workers 22 minutes longer to get to work every week than their White counterparts — it's probably not possible to speed up those commutes in urban areas with automotive strategies alone.
How many dangerous driving infractions should one motorist be able to rack up before he loses his car — and will taking it from him really make streets safer if the design of those streets isn't safe itself?
A top intergovernmental organization released a 10-point plan to cut gasoline use worldwide in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine — but the U.S. will have trouble actually implementing it without an upheaval on our national transportation culture.
As gas prices soar, we're offering full team coverage. First, Kea Wilson looks at how American motorists say they'll drive less while transportation expert Charles Komanoff disagrees (see his article below).
The U.S. ban on Russian oil has sustainable transportation advocates urging leaders to take action before surging gas prices overwhelm American families — by giving them access to the active and shared transportation they have long needed.
St. Louis's controversial decision to vote down a resolution that would have banned legislators from voting over Zoom while driving is sparking a heated conversation about distracted driving, and how little America does to stop it.