Project managers are the forgotten heroes of major building projects across the world.
UK government minister Liz Truss says upping the motorway speed limit will increase productivity. Let's look at the facts.
Various attempts have been made to complete Cape Town's Foreshore Freeway scheme. A new approach is needed.
It can feel much faster to get the bus – but that could all be a matter of perspective.
The UK pioneered smart cards such as Oyster. But now, experimentation is being stifled as cash-strapped councils struggle to deliver basic services.
Staying at home puts women at greater risk of health problems – cities need to change to encourage them to go outside.
We know how to stop solid minerals converting to a liquid state mid voyage – so why does it still happen?
We need to consider why transport infrastructure is so controversial, and how politicians can ensure they have the public's trust when making announcements for all transport projects.
A look at Hajj-going among British Muslims shows how modern transport and marketisation have led to huge changes.
With train fares looking set to rise, there are some simple rules you can follow to get the best value tickets.
Planners have long tried to determine the ideal city size, and ideas have evolved with changing circumstances. But a good city depends more on the way it's managed than on how many people it holds.
Top tips from transport academics: target the second, consider the first and ignore the third.
An expert crunches the numbers to reveal just how bleak Britain's bus crisis has become.
The University of Melbourne is the first institution in Australia to have its nitrogen footprint calculated – it's 139 tonnes per year, mainly because of food production, energy use and transport.
It's annoying when your bus route gets off schedule or when buses bunch together. Why has it taken engineers so long to fix the problem?
A Heathrow expansion is going to benefit the rich and hurt the poor.
Daily routine affects how much polluted air we breathe.
Far from setting us free, autonomous vehicles are set to enable new forms of surveillance and oppression.
Transport policies in European cities are on a collision course with the tech industry's ambitions for self-driving cars.
Insects aren't known for having big brains, and slime moulds and fungi don't have any. So how do they solve challenges that test the ingenuity of human transport engineers?