Is Buttigieg a hayseed Hoosier who wouldn't know a headway from a harvester, or a political ecoterrorist hellbent on leaving rural American in the lurch and laughing all the way to the Amtrak station? Neither: He's a guy from South Bend.
Bike- and scooter-share systems across the country may soon be eligible for the federal transit dollars they need to remain a stable and thriving element of our transportation landscape, if advocates can finally succeed in getting a hard-fought bill through Congress.
President Biden won points among some antiracist transportation advocates for calling out federal highway projects for destroying Black communities – and then lost points by failing to call for the USDOT itself to make reparations to the people it has harmed.
A potentially groundbreaking new tool could help give US planners key insights into the most dangerous segments of their road network – and how to fix them – with the click of a single button. The only problem? An automaker made it.
Alex Davies new book, "Driven: The Race to Create the Autonomous Car," offers a glimpse into an industry that will rapidly upend our transportation landscape – and some worry will kill even more vulnerable road users.
The Trump administration's top roadway safety agency offered a final kiss-off to America by blaming drivers for killing each other so much last year – with zero acknowledgement of the administration's own failures to implement life-saving policies.
Not even months of quarantine orders that confined millions of Americans to their homes were enough to unseat passenger vehicle trips as the leading source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, a new study finds.