The global traffic violence pandemic is also spawning a devastating global mental health crisis that could be making traffic violence trends worse — and researchers say policymakers must do more.
Here at Streetsblog, we write a lot about car crashes — but when it comes to the impact they have on individuals and communities, it's best to hear from the victims themselves.
For transit agencies, the silver lining of dealing with disasters is the opportunity to try new things in real-life conditions.
Driver aggression is far from the only reason why people don't ride bikes, a new report finds — and if they paid more attention, policymakers could seize the opportunity to systemically address the most frequently ignored "personal" barriers to traveling on two wheels.
Because we're happy when we walk or bike or take transit to work instead of driving, University of Minnesota research shows.
Amtrak, Metrolink, and freight operations from Laguna Niguel to Oceanside are suspended meanwhile. A permanent solution is years away.