Smaller communities are increasingly adopting bike-sharing programs. But they look a lot different than those in big cities.
The Ohio capital beat out 77 other cities, including techie San Francisco, with its plans to use technology to solve transportation problems.
Uber and Lyft have stopped or threatened to stop serving cities around the country. When they actually do, start-ups and riders scramble to fill the hole.
Slow to build and expensive to operate, streetcars could be the most maligned mode of transportation in America. Still, cities keep building them.