Commuters who drive to and from the CBD typically earn much more than most. Concerns about the fairness of charging drivers who use these busy roads at peak times are overblown.
Parcel and courier delivery vehicles are often blamed for traffic congestion in our cities. But they're only a fraction of the traffic caused by tradespeople and other services.
The 'superblocks' are expected to have massive benefits for health and well-being – but it takes good governance.
Self-driving cars may someday drop off their owners downtown and then leave to find free parking. What would that mean for cities of the future?
Sustainable and efficient transportation is essential for cities, communities and individuals to thrive.
Childhood asthma cases caused by traffic pollution are on the decline. But children in some parts of the country are faring better than others.
Drivers of polluting vehicles will face a daily charge, but evidence suggests it's a price worth paying.
Starting in 2021, drivers will pay a fee to enter midtown and lower Manhattan during busy times of day. Will this clear New York's air and streets?
There are more than 300 contingency plans across government departments.
Much of the growth in our cities is in the outer suburbs, now home to around 5 million people. And that creates problems like traffic that detract from the advantages residents see in living there.
US cities were designed and engineered around cars. Now some are working to increase walking and biking, but the shift isn't easy.
Minorities are driving the bicycling boom, but bike infrastructure investments often neglect their needs. A new study explores what riders in low-income and minority neighborhoods want.
Operation Brock's underwhelming test run goes to show how ill-prepared the UK is for a no-deal or hard Brexit scenario.
Car-free days could work in Nairobi where traffic, congestion and air pollution is a real problem.
Rising e-commerce means more delivery trucks and urban gridlock. Lockers at transit centers, where carriers can leave packages for people who live or work nearby, are a potential solution.
Officers with college degrees were significantly more likely to pull over drivers for less serious violations, search drivers or their vehicles and make arrests on discretionary grounds.
The debate over the place of cars in cities may seem recent, but pamphlets published during the French Revolution show that the battle was raging before the first automobile even saw the light of day.
As traffic slows down, research is gathering momentum.
Young people raised their voices in the streets and online – but a government crackdown seeks to silence them.
It can feel much faster to get the bus – but that could all be a matter of perspective.