The Democratic candidate’s $1 trillion pledge to upgrade roads, utilities, and public transportation has an emphasis on road safety and climate adaptation. Pete Buttigieg is no longer the mayor of South
Spin’s San Francisco workers have voted to join the local Teamsters union—a micromobility milestone made possible by a new state law. Early this month, San Francisco employees at Spin, the electric scooter
The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership wants to make bold streetscape improvements akin to the recent redesign of 14th Street in Manhattan. While parts of Brooklyn are famous for their human scale and walkability,
Safety advocates have long complained that media outlets tend to blame pedestrians and cyclists who are hit by cars. Research suggests they’re right. Since 2013, deaths among pedestrians and cyclists U.S.
A new study finds that changes ride-hail companies have made to prevent discrimination by drivers can prolong the time people of color wait for a ride. Ride-hail apps like Uber, Via, and Lyft have made
A startup called Firefly puts sensor-equipped advertising screens on top of Uber and Lyft vehicles. Now they do more than marketing: They collect data. Atop most New York City taxis are advertising screens—flashing