The actor's crash is the kind of extreme collision about which even the most avowed Vision Zero advocates typically stay silent — possibly because, secretly, they are not totally sure the crash could have been prevented. But Heche's crash was absolutely preventable. Here's why.
Lots of good stuff in a new American Planning Association transportation report. Plus, critics might be underrating Democrats' climate bill, although there's more left to be done.
American culture, and particularly American transportation culture, is profoundly rooted in the idea that traveling fast is best — because if we don't, that culture insists, we won't be able to make or spend money efficiently enough to retain our position as a global economic superpower. But it doesn't have to be that way — and we don't have to live in a dromocracy. Here's why.
NYC wants its drivers to slow down in their city-owned cars. But a pilot program will start with just .2 percent of the fleet.
The Tesla CEO's been making headlines lately for his hyperloop boondoggle, which he may or may not have proposed just to block high-speed rail.
How communities can use paint as an effective and relatively low-cost strategy to activate their streets.