A new study by the Transportation Research Board examines how transit agencies use mobile devices to communicate real-time transit information. Photo by PatrickYHC.
Facing the threat of a city government financial collapse, Mayor Dave Bing is exploring the option of privatizing Detroit's public transit services. Photo by C.J. Peters.
Ecobici bike share of Mexico City announced plans to increase operations next year by 180 new stations and roughly 3,000 new bicycles. Photo by Angelica.
Nearly half of U.S. transit riders find wireless internet availability to be an important factor in their decision to use public transport, a new study indicates. Photo by Brian Pennington.
The U.K. Department of Transportation released its Traffic Signs Review, making it easier to install and amend road signage. Photo by Wally Gobetz
The number of gas stations in Manhattan, New York has decreased from 58 to 41 in the past two years. Photo by realname.
Cycling in the countryside has become an increasingly popular respite from Chinese city life. Photo by David Woo.
Dario Hidalgo, director of Research and Practice for EMBARQ (the producer of this blog), met with Bangalore transit officials on improving city bus services. Photo by Kalyan Kanuri.
London bike commuters have 2.3 times more black carbon in their lungs than pedestrian commuters. Photo by Simon Welsh.
ITDP released Europe's Vibrant New Low Car(bon) Communities, a report examining smart urban and transport planning in eight European communities, including Greenwich Millennium Village. Photo by Martin.