‘Human Transit’ 2.0: How Mass Modes Make Us More Free
We sat down with Jarrett Walker to talk about the newly updated edition of his seminal work, and how the growth of the mobility justice movement has (and hasn’t) reshaped the conversation.
What’s Behind the Increasing Assaults of NYC Transit Workers?
A new study says the violence isn't about the transit, but a reflection of our society.
TransitCenter Lists the Equity-Focused Projects We Need Now
Advocates are handing transportation leaders a list of equity-focused transit projects they should use federal money to build instead of freeway expansions.
Pols: Congress Must Bolster Sustainable Commutes to Reduce Carbon and Congestion
The feds should bolster sustainable commuting modes and transportation demand management strategies.
Wednesday’s Headlines: Head-Scratcher Edition
Three items crossed our desk yesterday that simply need to be addressed. Plus other news.
Philly Gives City Workers Free Transit. Can Other Cities Follow?
It's sure to be a boon for SEPTA, the environment, and city employees’ quality of life, but can it be a model for other cities?
QueensLink Transit Supporters Press Case at City Hall
"Yes, we want a park and yes we want a light rail. We can have both," said one local pol.
Report: New Jersey May See Red over Congestion Pricing, but Garden State Gets Plenty of MTA Green
They like to whine, but they are also counting the money.
What is ‘Personal Rapid Transit’ — And Can it Really Replace Buses and Trains?
Is a shared autonomous vehicle on a dedicated track really the same as public transportation? San Jose thinks so — and officials are about to bet big on it.