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.
American Streets May Soon Get Their First Accessible Design Standards from the Feds
The ADA has been the law for 33 years. Why has it taken this long to write strong guidelines to implement it on U.S. streets?
How Four Black Advocates Are Charting a Path to a More Inclusive Bike Community
Streetsblog talked to four Black bike advocates in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and the Twin Cities to get a snapshot of how they're fighting to expand the vision for what a Black cycling community could look like.
How Your Car is Doubling as a Data Collection Device — And Who’s Profiting
Cars and the infrastructure that support them are spying on all of us. What will it take to keep them in check?
This Year’s RAISE Grants Will Help Disadvantaged Communities
“This is a record amount,” said a U.S. DOT official, noting that last year, just 50 percent of RAISE funds went to underserved groups. This year, it's 70 percent.
Why Small Cities Torn Apart By Highways Need Extra Help to Heal
A new program will help smaller communities start the process of redesigning highways and other transportation investments that tore apart their communities — and shine a light on why it’s so hard for them to do it without outside help.