License suspensions are often issued for minor offenses, as well as those unrelated to driving, such as failure to pay fines. These suspensions disproportionately impact Black and Latino communities and can be devastating in car-dependent areas.
A new study shows that transit riders and cyclists have significantly lower surface area allocated to them for exclusive use compared to demand.
Can urban forms influence the economic mobility of a community? New research finds some correlation between the number of bus stops, brownfields, and and economic mobility in Forsyth County, NC.
Researchers identified certain design elements, roadway features, land uses, and socioeconomic patterns near corridors with high frequencies of pedestrian deaths.
Based on costs of providing parking in Seattle, the authors estimate the reduction in parking capacity saved some $537 million.
Amid talk of electric and fuel efficient vehicles, one change proved fast and effective at cutting emissions: traveling less.
A 14-year study from the University of Minnesota demonstrates that painted stop bars at intersections have little effectiveness in reducing collisions or influencing motorist stopping position.
We’re excited to announce our new guide for practitioners, Measuring Accessibility.
Important new research shows that road design actually plays an important role in curbing the most dangerous consequences of distracted driving.
A new study observed thousands of cycle movements at a heavy-rail crossing, before and after installation of jughandles. Most cyclists took advantage of the new design, which nearly eliminated crashes.