A new ranking of the most dangerous states for cyclists in the U.S. based on new metrics has bumped "bike-friendly" Delaware to the dubious “top” spot and demoted perennially perilous Florida to third place. Huh?
Does automated enforcement always make our streets safer? Or do the traffic fines they spit out simply send poor drivers into a spiral of poverty, lost mobility, and even incarceration, without necessarily saving the lives of many vulnerable road users?
A Colorado nonprofit has developed a calculator to help residents quantify how adding highway miles in their state will translate to more cars on the road, and they’re hoping advocates in other states will follow suit.
As President Biden pushes to install electric vehicle chargers across America, some advocates are wondering where they will all go – and if the effort will deal a blow to the movement reform parking policy in our cities.
A new traffic forecasting model may soon give cities the tools they need to project how a proposed development will impact a pedestrian’s ability to get around — and rethink their decision if the stuff they want to build discourages people from walking.
Two Tesla passengers are dead, partly because the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ignored calls from the National Transportation Safety Board to require automakers to implement safe driver monitoring technology in "driverless" vehicles.