Sweden's capital has cut the number of cars in its center by two-thirds, and is turning its back on Le Corbusier's planning ideas.
Cities from Vienna to Munich to Copenhagen are making their streets less convenient to motorists and more comfortable for pedestrians.
In a metro area where six out of 10 people are overweight, changes are being made in streets, sidewalks, neighborhood stores, and other aspects of daily life.
Local governments in Florida oppose the influential Congressman on eliminating federal support for programs like Safe Routes to Schools.
In New York, a bicyclists can get ticketed for riding outside a bike lane even when the bike lane is full of dangerous obstacles.
Montreal's bike-sharing program has lost $12 million in its first two years, but its operator wants to enter New York City.
For a pedestrian, there's no place deadlier than Florida, a new report from Transportation for America finds.
Use of public transit is growing in the US — especially among people 65 and older. Is your community prepared for the generational shift?
Transportation for America released on May 24 an updated and comprehensive report on pedestrian deaths.
The typical resident of an American metro area can reach only 30 percent of the region’s jobs by public transportation, a new study finds.
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