The drivers of the biggest vehicles on U.S. roads can’t even see many of the people in their path — and cities could be doing more right now to stop blind-spot deaths, a recent panel of experts argued.
A groundbreaking new calculator gives advocates the tools they need to instantly show the real impacts of proposed highway expansions in their communities — and the experts behind the project hope that transportation agencies will someday be required to use it, too.
Today, we’re looking at two spots that might initially seem like opposites: a nostalgic ode to the 1980s NASCAR aesthetic, and a starry-eyed love-letter to an autonomous driving future that America is nowhere near achieving.
Congress was forced to delay a vote on a bill that would have reauthorized the nation’s major transportation programs last night, throwing the future of sustainable-transport advocates’ priorities into doubt.
U.S. motorists may soon be eligible for up to $12,500 in grants to purchase electric cars, thanks to a new fund folded into the Democrats’ reconciliation package — but benefits for e-bike purchasers may be far more modest.