DATA | Transportation / Infrastructure

America Still Loves Cars, But Some Cities Are Starting to Ditch Them

Less than 10 percent of U.S. households are car-free.

What Does Telecommuting's Rise Mean for Traffic and Transit?

If the trend continues, it carries numerous potential implications.

Riding Transit Takes Almost Twice as Long as Driving

If transit systems want to attract more riders, they need to find ways to speed up the journey to work. See how the times compare in your metro area.

Teen Driving Laws' Unexpected Impact on Crime

New research shows certain graduated driver licensing laws result in fewer teens being arrested for nontraffic-related crimes.