Streets and Highways

Left turns are dangerous and slow down traffic. One solution? Get rid of them. New research shows that limiting left turns at busy intersections would improve safety and reduce frustrating backups.
Lawmakers have proposed $209 million of the multibillion-dollar bill for pollution and traffic initiatives in the Denver area that focus on marginalized groups impacted by the building of the highways decades ago.
Oklahoma lawmakers have approved $6.6 million to establish two temporary centers, one in Oklahoma City and the other in Tulsa, to help process REAL ID requests through the end of the year.
The battle over Route 17, a rural highway in upstate New York and a popular route to the Catskills, is a microcosm of national divisions and choices in transportation policy.
We've priced parking too low for decades. As competition for the curb heats up, here's what needs to change.