The New York Times jumped into the ongoing conversation about why American road deaths are so rapidly outpacing the rest of the industrialized world — but the scratch-the-surface approach left a lot of causes and solutions on the table.
An estimated 518 people will die in car crashes on U.S. roads this Thanksgiving, a leading safety organization says — but little is being done to save lives by addressing the root causes of traffic violence.
Sustainable transportation is on Tuesday’s ballot in communities across America — and advocates say that several of the most important aspects our federal transportation future may hang in the balance, too.
The recent announcement of a $105-million grant to remove the unnecessary I-375 in Detroit is welcome news, though it won’t undo the legacy of destruction of Black Bottom and other neighborhoods in Detroit.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg delivered a shockingly candid take on the driver aggression the recklessness that is fueling a road violence epidemic that killed nearly 43,000 people last year.