Proposal to study whether private car storage is best uses of public space advances — at a price.
Mere mention of alternatives to "free parking" sets off hysteria at a community board meeting.
The fire-trap F train station at York Street desperately needs a second entrance, but the MTA has no plans to fix it.
A new academic paper argues that a shift away from the victim-blaming of most news coverage of traffic crashes involving pedestrians could improve the lackluster policy debate around vehicle violence.
As roads crumble, our public transit systems fail and carbon emissions rise, members of the new Future of Transportation Caucus lay out their vision.
It is disappointing that, as the boroughs finally modernize their bus services with bus lanes, stop-consolidation and more, cycling again seems left out of the picture.
Cities are setting ambitious goals to reduce the impact of climate change. But most are hoping electric cars save the day. They won't. They're still cars.
DOT's chief accessibility specialist on the challenges and successes of inclusion.