If Worcester has ambitions to become a more walkable, transit-oriented city, streets like West Boylston Street in the city’s Indian Lake neighborhood – a bit over a mile north of downtown – present a major obstacle. West Boylston Street was historically the main road leading north of the city towards its eponymous suburb. Then, in […]
Divvy bike-share recently launched a new program called Bike Angels where users can ride bikes from crowded stations to ones that are empty or running out of bikes in order to rack up rewards.
Car drivers are selfish. Pedestrians and cyclists are fighting over crumbs. Our roads are unsafe.
A movement is growing to strike down racially biased and ineffective “jaywalking” laws across America — and the advocates behind these efforts say the path to doing it everywhere may be smoother than it has been in the past.
Opposition to infrastructure spending dates back to the Manifest Destiny attitude of the 19th century, which lingers even today, plus more transportation news.
Dealing a blow to Metro's effort to fast-track expansion of the lower 710 Freeway, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has mandated that Metro follow air quality laws.