From faking injuries to getting punched, commuting in the city is never easy.
90 percent of women in Bangladesh face sexual harassment on public transport, a longstanding concern for daily commuters.
In an attempt to fight poverty and congestion, the city may end up hurting drivers.
Still, some people clearly find the thrill of the ride too much to pass up.
Bill de Blasio says he's environmentally friendly, but he runs a city that actively antagonizes bikers.
Rideshare companies are investing in public infrastructure, but only when it helps their bottom line.
Every day roughly 178 million people in the US travel over bridges in need of “urgent” repair.
On April 1, New York state will pass its annual budget. Experts say this might be the year that the state finally passes congestion pricing. The question is whether legislators can do it ethically.
Jakarta's MRT is finally here, and it's already making life difficult for women.
Companies like Lime and Bird encourage competition among contractors, which subjects them to the threat of physical violence for little pay.