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.
The House transportation chairman wants the federal government to stop mandating spending on bike lanes, sidewalks, and other supposedly peripheral matters.
A transportation planner from Virginia explains why Complete Streets expand the freedom of citizens and represent a fairer way to spend transportation dollars.
Legislation that would require communities to adopt "Complete Streets" policies has been proposed by US Representatives Doris Matsui and Steven LaTourette.
More than 200 states, municipalities, and other entities have adopted "Complete Streets" policies, and the number is roughly doubling every year.
The smaller the blocks, the more it is possible to vary routes, sights, and smells on those twice-a-day excursions.
Elementary school children would be much safer if vehicles in residential areas were limited to 20 mph, researchers in Britain suggest.
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