A new study finds that a shocking 57 percent of all drivers were using their cell phones within 60 seconds of impact — and transportation safety leaders are doing almost nothing to stop it, despite a preponderance of proven strategies.
The street market is a powerful and ancient idea that's overdue for a big U.S. comeback, a new report argues — and during a COVID-19 holiday season, there's no better time to get the SUVs out of the road and start setting up the vendor stalls.
President-elect Biden is poised to take bold steps to reform federal transportation incentives as soon as February — and advocates are optimistic that he could take quick action to support active transportation in a way no president before him has even tried.
A wave of U.S. car buyers nearly tied the all-time record for truck and SUV purchases, just weeks before the American people at large elected a President who wants to get rid of gas-guzzlers altogether by 2050.
A lawsuit from a right-wing advocacy group is challenging the Music City's sidewalk laws — and offering a stark reminder of the need to expand the ways we fund basic walking infrastructure in our cities.