Sometimes it's astounding how rider-friendly transit service has become in other countries compared to America.
The state is promoting an app that turns the act of driving without distraction into a competition.
A protected bike lane on every bridge. That's the kind of policy that could make a real difference for Florida and improve the state's terrible bike safety record. But it's still just a dream.
The concept of "jaywalking" has become deeply embedded in American culture, but if you go back just a few generations, the idea that your mere presence in the street could be illegal was a novel idea. Now one elected official in Seattle is suggesting that laws penalizing people outside of cars have gone too far.
Light Street in Baltimore acts like a highway separating the Inner Harbor from the rest of the city. It needs a road diet.
The city has started work on its first BRT route, which could be the beginning of an 80-mile network.