In Indianapolis, transit service is scarce and very few people use the existing system. A key reason for these lackluster outcomes is the city's sprawling pattern of development.
The State Senate adjourned its 2017 session last night without taking action on a bill to expand the use of speed cameras near schools.
Late yesterday, Andrew Cuomo nominated former MTA chief Joe Lhota to resume the role at a time when the agency is grappling with a decline in reliability that has reached crisis proportions. Lhota was hastily confirmed by the State Senate as the 2017 legislative session came to an end last night.
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The Assembly has passed legislation to expand New York City’s speed camera program. Now the State Senate can make streets safer around more city schools.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan's new transport strategy lays out a vision for how his city, expected to add 1.5 million people by 2041 on top of its current 9 million residents, will keep people moving while reducing pollution and improving quality of life. The big idea: Cars are the problem, not the solution.