The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has been in effect for a full year, but federal transportation leaders still haven't implemented some of its most crucial safety provisions — and advocates and electeds say its time they step up to stem the record-setting tide of traffic deaths on U.S. roads
Philadelphia is the latest U.S. city to agree to make its sidewalks accessible to people who use assistive devices — though the win would be more significant if people with mobility challenges weren't so often forced to sue to get basic access to the places where they live.
Sustainable transportation is on Tuesday's ballot in communities across America — and advocates say that several of the most important aspects our federal transportation future may hang in the balance, too.
A massive coalition of advocates is calling on the federal Department of Transportation to make sure a historic fund that could tear down harmful urban highways across America isn't used to expand or maintain them instead.
Driver aggression is far from the only reason why people don't ride bikes, a new report finds — and if they paid more attention, policymakers could seize the opportunity to systemically address the most frequently ignored "personal" barriers to traveling on two wheels.
A spate of pedestrian and cyclists deaths at the hands of hit-and-run drivers in St. Louis is sparking a national conversation about the unique reasons why so many drivers leave their victims to die — and what it will take to stop them.
A new documentary aims to tell the dramatic story of America's escalating pedestrian and cyclist death crisis — and, hopefully, inspire non-advocates to get involved in the movement to end the epidemic.
Some of the money will go to supercharge the construction of green transit facilities and programs to train workers on new technologies, but federal officials emphasized that the vast majority will go towards the purchase of clean vehicles themselves.
The actor's crash is the kind of extreme collision about which even the most avowed Vision Zero advocates typically stay silent — possibly because, secretly, they are not totally sure the crash could have been prevented.