Nearly three weeks after mayor promised safety upgrades by the end of August and after a series of new traffic fatalities, advocates say little has been done and wonder when the mayor will follow through.
Massachusetts officials said that they are committed to improving air quality and funding better transit options, particularly in low-income and racially diverse communities, while they design a new "cap and invest" program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks.
A truck driver hit and seriously hurt a bicyclist in Commerce City. The 18-year plan to complete Denver’s bike network is unacceptable. Hancock's lowered speed limits are important, but safer infrastructure must be installed to reinforce slower speeds. More headlines ...
The "pilot" phase for the new Mount Auburn bus lanes in Cambridge and Watertown is over, and the two municipalities are making the new bus lanes and transit-priority traffic signals a permanent amenity for riders of the 71 and 73 MBTA's "trackless trolley" bus routes.
Today Colorado approved a rule that requires automakers to sell more electric vehicles in the state. The mandate intends to bring a wider range of electric models to car dealers, reduce carbon emissions and clean up polluted air.