A long-planned overhaul of Iowa’s voter registration database will not be completed before the 2020 elections.
The Brennan Center for Justice found only 24 states will both have voting systems that create a paper trail and require audits of the 2020 election results.
U.S. cities are dropping urban speed limits in an effort to boost safety and lower crash rates. But the benefits of less-rapid urban mobility don’t end there.
San Francisco will launch the pilot program next week.
A new report found that residents of cities with infrastructure for bikes have an easier time accessing jobs, especially those out of the reach of public transportation.
The ride-hailing giants confess that they are indeed increasing congestion in several U.S. cities. But private cars, the companies insist, are the real problem.
COMMENTARY | With tweaks to city policies and company practices, there are opportunities to make scooters a greener option.
New research offers a window into what states are doing to help get about 20 million Americans who now lack reliable, high-speed internet connected with the service.
But despite a hike in funding, advocates say the numbers are still paltry compared to the amount allocated for roads, bridges and highways.
Colorado could move forward soon with requirements that a certain percentage of vehicle sales be electric. Officials this week inked a voluntary agreement with manufacturers that moves the state closer to that goal.
The proposal from the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee would pay for highway and bridge projects through 2025, but lawmakers have yet to determine a source of funding.
The path along the Los Angeles River could connect a large swath of this famously car-centric city. But first the city needs to build out an eight-mile gap—no easy undertaking.
Since EV drivers zip past gas taxes, they don’t contribute to the federal fund for road maintenance. A new working paper tries to determine whether plug-ins should pay up.
The Streets of East Palo Alto Are Crammed with Commuters. The City Turns to Its Residents for Solutions
COMMENTARY | In a city plagued by traffic congestion, and the air pollution that goes along with it, officials are working with residents and a consultant to figure out if tech solutions or other strategies can help get cars off the roads.
A new study finds that new business startups are choosing cities with good public transportation options over the traditional suburban locations.
COMMENTARY | Local government officials need plans for when Community Development Block Grant dollars begin to flow.
COMMENTARY | Levees shield farms and towns from flooding, but they also create risk.
But lawmakers acknowledge that figuring out a long-term plan to pay for transportation infrastructure remains a major challenge.
The move comes as the 100 Resilient Cities initiative supported by the foundation winds down.
COMMENTARY | The automobile took over because the legal system helped squeeze out the alternatives.
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