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Show us your commute's #WeakLink
In a collaboration with crowdsourced navigation app Waze, we're looking at weak links in transportation.
Tech IRL: Dynamic maps and how we get directions
Free digital maps are changing the way we get around, but is personal data the price?
Public transportation at its highest level since 1956
Americans took more than 10 billion public transport trips in 2013.
License, registration...and cellphone
A state lawmaker in New Jersey has proposed a bill to allow law enforcement to confiscate a phone if they have "reasonable grounds" to believe it contributed to a crash.
When cars themselves are backseat drivers
Commentator Beth Teitell on the downsides of increasingly intelligent car technology.
Shorter yellow lights mean more red-light revenue
Some cities with red-light traffic cameras are accused of reducing times for yellow lights to boost revenue from tickets.
Smartphone app fixes Boston potholes
Boston has a new app that lets drivers locate bad bumps, and sends pothole fix-it lists to city workers.
Chicago's speed cameras: Safety tool or cash cow?
The Chicago City Council may allow allow speed cameras around the city, with fines as much as $100. Mayor Rahm Emanuel says it'll improve safety for kids. Others call it a cash grab.
Drivers waste $7.5 billion of gas in traffic every year
That accounts for about 1.9 billion gallons of gas.
Another reason not to drive
As if gas prices weren't enough to discourage us from getting behind the wheel. The AP gives us reasons to watch out for who might be driving that...