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Transit, equity, climate are all new areas of focus for what used to be the State Highway Department
Oakland welcomes a new park to Brooklyn Basin. But bike access is terrible
As coronavirus cases surge nationally, many scientific studies are reassuring essential workers that it's largely safe to take public transportation (if they use basic precautions) — and reminding Washington that it's past time to give transit agencies the relief they need.
Automated vehicle technology was supposed to end car crashes forever — but a new study suggests that the more automated a car gets, the more reckless its driver may become.
Out of the blue, the famed architect sent over his latest vision: to transform New York City's streets by removing parking ... and opening up possibilities.