The next baseline infrastructure bill can no longer ignore the need for common-sense vehicle safety improvements that save vulnerable road users’ lives, a coalition of advocates and lawmakers said on Tuesday.
Aggressive driving isn’t the only deadly behavior on the rise on American roads — because raging U.S. motorists are killing more people with guns than any point in recent history, too.
The effects of the pandemic, whom transit agencies should serve and how traffic laws are enforced will be issues for a while.
More news outlets ponder the post-pandemic future of transit and wonder whether Biden's DOT can truly be transformative.
In 2017 Buffalo, New York, became the first U.S. city to stop requiring development projects to include at least a minimum amount of parking. Here's what happened next.
Almost $1 billion in funds from D.C. released to the project