Substantial numbers of people returning to work, but avoiding the buses and trains that took them there, could see urban travel speeds grind to a halt.
Oregon Tried To Silence This Engineer's Red Light Camera Research. Now Experts Say He Was Right All Along.
Mats Järlström's research never would have seen the light of day if the Oregon Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying had its way.
A new report from the Reason Foundation highlights some of the worsening conditions of America's roadways.
After state lawmakers boosted the gas tax with a promise to improve California streets, some cities are upsetting drivers by spending millions on so-called 'road diet' projects that reduce the number of lanes for motor vehicles.
From cops to commercial truckers, everyone wants to be exempt from NYC's congestion pricing policy.
INRIX's 2018 Global Traffic Scorecard highlights the need for congestion pricing and new lanes to combat rush hour traffic.
Many libertarians like the idea of charging drivers tolls to smooth out traffic flows, but much depends on how the idea is implemented.
Except on one thoroughfare, nonresidents will need to demonstrate a reason for being on the town's roads.
Coming soon to a city near you: the misguided movement to force you out of your car and onto a bike or trolley.
Los Angeles' city plan wants you out of your car (however unrealistic that is).
You'll never guess how long it'll take to get a ride if the mayor gets his way.
What is the self-driving equivalent of flipping the bird?
Chris Christie Created a Massive Traffic Jam on World's Busiest Bridge to Get Back at a Democrat Who Wouldn't Endorse Him, Private E-Mails Among Government Officials Suggest
Mayor of local town who wouldn't endorse him calls him a bully