People with disabilities who don't drive are being left behind by accessibility efforts that ignore their unique and diverse needs — and centering them in city-building efforts can carry benefits for everyone, a new study argues.
COVID sparked a bike boom across America, but the experience from one Virginia city shows that communities should prioritize building more protected bike lanes and off-road cycle tracks, virus or no virus, a new study suggests.
One of the nation's largest e-scooter operators is in hot water for violating labor regulations in San Francisco — and it's sparking a dialogue about what the micromobility gig economy means for the mobility futures of cities far beyond the Bay.
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.
A new bill would give U.S. communities money to analyze how easy — or difficult — it is for residents to access the destinations they need most, and how their mode of transportation, race, income, age, disability, and other factors that impact their basic mobility.
A movement is growing to strike down racially biased and ineffective “jaywalking” laws across America — and the advocates behind these efforts say the path to doing it everywhere may be smoother than it has been in the past.