For the last 70 years, American transportation planners have been using the same model to decide what to build. There’s just one problem: it’s often wrong.
It looks like the feline, aptly named Rebel, still has eight lives left.
A homeless man who smoked crack near the site of a highway fire in Atlanta is on the hook for the fiasco. But even if he did it, the incident speaks to inequality and neglect.
Grant Haffner captures burning sunsets through the prisms of memory.
Trials will soon begin for a new technology that powers ultra-low emission vehicles while they're in motion.
'My skin goes cold when I see a pickup or heavy traffic,' says one resident of the state that has seen a dramatic spike in crime and violence since the emergence of the Jalisco New Generation cartel.
And here are the projects that prove it.
In the special Bicentennial Issue of Life, the nation’s interstate system was described as, “The most grandiose and indelible signature that Americans have ever scratched across the face of their land.” This statement remains truer than the magazine’s...