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America’s infrastructure is underachieving
The grade: D+. But there were a few categories improved upon.
There might be a way to eliminate traffic jams
Just in time for the holiday weekend.
Mexico City tells residents to park it
After a pollution emergency, Mexico's capital city is taking drastic measures.
A driver's defense of self-driving cars
Imagine a world where we subscribe to on-demand rides from autonomous vehicles.
More drivers, more crashes, higher rates
Lower unemployment and gas prices means more people are on the road.
The high cost of gridlock
In 2013, traffic jams in the U.S. cost consumers an estimated $124 billion.
Researchers want to predict future traffic
Microsoft is lending cloud computing power to traffic prediction research.
The tricky practice of pricing parking
Cities are looking at variable rates as a way to raise money and control traffic
What if every travel day was as bad as Thanksgiving?
Congestion is mounting in the biggest airports in the U.S.
Have red light cameras reached the end of the road?
Has the automated red light camera system failed to live up to its promise?