Transportation

2 hours ago
The New York City Transit Authority has announced how it will compensate for the loss of the direct connection between Brooklyn and manhattan for 15 months starting in April.
Crain's New York Business
3 hours ago
Setting the example for the rest of city was too tough a pill to swallow for businesses located near Wrigley Field.
Chicago Tribune
Blog post
5 hours ago
News of a class action lawsuit leads the headlines in the Wild West of mini mobility devices.
James Brasuell
Yesterday
The light rail line was supposed to improve transit to less accessible parts of the city, but service so far has been disappointing.
San Francisco Chronicle
Yesterday
Visualize 2045 makes plans for 600 projects totaling $291 billion in investments—there's some serious "blue sky" planning here.
WAMU
Yesterday
Cincinnati will launch a new bus-only lane as a pilot project on Main Street in downtown. It's the first project of its kind in the city.
Cincinnati Enquirer
2 days ago
A new study sheds light on what actually convinces drivers to slow down and stop for pedestrians.
Streetsblog USA
2 days ago
When the line shuts down for repairs next year, an uptick in cycling is expected. Infrastructure improvements will make this shift easier and could promote biking well into the future.
Curbed New York
2 days ago
The Atlanta region could soon gain a commuter rail line similar to those found in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
3 days ago
A safety-minded street reconfiguration overcame opposition in San Francisco thanks to strong political leadership.
San Francisco Examiner
3 days ago
France is considering a congestion charge for several of its largest cities, modeled after congestion charges in London, Singapore, and more.
BBC
4 days ago
The common refrain is that transit is just better in other countries. However, the reasons why are more complex than initial impressions allow, providing important lessons for the United States.
CityLab
4 days ago
After a local musician was hit with $1,000 in bike-related fines, advocates were able to achieve some changes in how the city regulates bike use.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune
5 days ago
A missing link in Boston's subway system could be built for a lower price and on an accelerated timeline.
Boston Globe
5 days ago
The new IPCC report calls for decarbonization of transportation. While many cities are attempting to do their part, two recent federal developments in trade policy and tax legislation threaten to will make progress more difficult.
CityLab
5 days ago
The computer-driven trains will start up again next year with the goal of improving riders’ experiences.
The Washington Post
6 days ago
For all the concern about the "War on Cars," some car lovers perceive self-driving cars as the real threat to the driving experience and the car culture that comes with it.
The Detroit Free Press
6 days ago
More evidence that the Federal Transit Administration under the Trump Administration isn't interested in capital investments.
Star Tribune
6 days ago
Complete streets supporters see multiple benefits from prioritizing non-automobile users of the public right of way.
Baltimore Sun
October 16, 2018, 10am PDT
A pair of new studies add to an emerging scientific model of the effect of transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft. The complication: One study reinforces earlier findings, and the other contradicts.
TechCrunch