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From e-bikes to light rail, East Coast to West Coast, policies and plans are making municipalities more sustainable.
by John Addison
Current mandates aren't enough and states need to scale up their efforts. Federal government also needs to support local efforts.
by Robert Klee
From urban density to energy-efficient appliances, cutting emissions and making money has never made more sense.
by Leah Lazer
Packed with automotive and logistics giants, the living lab out of Seattle aspires to test solutions to 'the transportation challenge of our time.'
by Elsa Wenzel
An innovation lab on mobility helps projects move from point A to point B.
by Chuck Ray
The airport is next to the Delaware River, which will rise as the Atlantic does.
by Frank Kummer
Here are five things to know about some of the cleanest transportation infrastructure around — Sacramento's city fleet.
Big public works like the Maya Train demand careful planning. But the environmental and social repercussions could be disastrous.
Using video, analytics and artificial intelligence to unclog roadways isn't just good for vehicle emissions reductions. These technologies could become the foundation for more efficient and inclusive transit systems.
by Ryan Citron
A California bill, a newly launched foundation and a city-friendly acquisition are all pieces of an evolving landscape that could determine the future of how private mobility providers and cities will work together to share and use data.
Imagine, a city where the residents and commuters wouldn't need to own cars.
It can tell us how a big city ticks — including where suitable housing and jobs are, and how best to get to them.
by Sae Chi
Simpler fare structures, apps that integrate public transit and private transportation services are at the center of the roadmap.
The participants in the WRI Ross Prize for Cities showed how innovative new visions for cities' futures can be.
by Anne Maassen
Multi-use trails are an infrastructure asset for cities and communities — why aren't we prioritizing them?
by Kevin Mills
A great migration forces an existential question for the modern metropolis: how might entrepreneurs upgrade urban living over the next 10 years?
by Andrew Beebe
The city that always drives: New York gets serious about traffic with first citywide U.S. congestion pricing plan
A new policy makes it the first American municipality to try this approach, following London and Singapore.
Planners can disadvantage communities in cities if they rely purely on numbers — with lasting societal impacts.
Reframing the land use and transportation debate, L.A. is trying to make mobility about its people.
by Dylan Jones
Incentivizing EV adoption with partnerships, better planning and more.
by Jordan Davis
After a decade of debate, concerns and confusion still exist but success in other cities may prove a useful bellwether.
It was the largest environmental settlement in U.S. history. How can it have the most impact?
by Nick Nigro