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Pushing That Crosswalk Button May Make You Feel Better, but …

Pushing That Crosswalk Button May Make You Feel Better, but …

Not all elevator buttons are created equal: Pressing one for a floor will work, but pushing the door-close button does nothing.
Pushing That Crosswalk Button May Make You Feel Better, but …

Pushing That Crosswalk Button May Make You Feel Better, but …

Not all elevator buttons are created equal: Pressing one for a floor will work, but pushing the door-close button does nothing.
Pushing That Crosswalk Button May Make You Feel Better, but …

Pushing That Crosswalk Button May Make You Feel Better, but …

Not all elevator buttons are created equal: Pressing one for a floor will work, but pushing the door-close button does nothing.
‘I Love N.Y.’ Signs Have a Lot to Say. The Government Says They’re Illegal.

‘I Love N.Y.’ Signs Have a Lot to Say. The Government Says They’re Illegal.

A sign along the New York State Thruway. Federal officials say such road signs are illegal because they are so crammed with words and information that they are distracting to drivers.
Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Mats Jarlstrom, at the intersection in Beaverton, Ore., where his wife received a red-light camera ticket.
Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Mats Jarlstrom, at the intersection in Beaverton, Ore., where his wife received a red-light camera ticket.
As Subway Crisis Takes Up ‘So Much Oxygen,’ the Buses Drag Along

As Subway Crisis Takes Up ‘So Much Oxygen,’ the Buses Drag Along

Andy Byford, who became the president of New York City Transit in January, rode a bus in Manhattan along Lexington Avenue. He has made improving bus service a priority.
Op-Ed Contributor: Fast Bus Service in New York City? It’s Possible

Op-Ed Contributor: Fast Bus Service in New York City? It’s Possible

Passengers prepare to get off the M104 bus in Manhattan, in April.
Washington State Wants to Stop Theft of Mile 420 Signs. Its Solution? Mile 419.9.

Washington State Wants to Stop Theft of Mile 420 Signs. Its Solution? Mile 419.9.

A mile marker on Interstate 82 in Washington State that’s in no jeopardy of being stolen. The state’s Transportation Department has struggled to keep people from stealing mile markers with numbers
Washington State Wants to Stop Theft of Mile 420 Signs. Its Solution? Mile 419.9.

Washington State Wants to Stop Theft of Mile 420 Signs. Its Solution? Mile 419.9.

A mile marker on Interstate 82 in Washington State that’s in no jeopardy of being stolen. The state’s Transportation Department has struggled to keep people from stealing mile markers with numbers
Flashing Your Headlights? You’re Probably Sending the Wrong Signals

Flashing Your Headlights? You’re Probably Sending the Wrong Signals

There are no universally accepted, consistent standards for using headlights to communicate. “It means something different to everybody,” one expert said.
Flashing Your Headlights? You’re Probably Sending the Wrong Signals

Flashing Your Headlights? You’re Probably Sending the Wrong Signals

There are no universally accepted, consistent standards for using headlights to communicate. “It means something different to everybody,” one expert said.
Flashing Your Headlights? You’re Probably Sending the Wrong Signals

Flashing Your Headlights? You’re Probably Sending the Wrong Signals

There are no universally accepted, consistent standards for using headlights to communicate. “It means something different to everybody,” one expert said.
The Government Says Rainbow Crosswalks Could Be Unsafe. Are They Really?

The Government Says Rainbow Crosswalks Could Be Unsafe. Are They Really?

Ames, Iowa, is only the latest city to be chided for pavement painted in pride colors, but some experts say the available research doesn’t support the Federal Highway Administration’s concerns.
After Cyclist Deaths, City Adjusts Traffic Lights to Slow Cars

After Cyclist Deaths, City Adjusts Traffic Lights to Slow Cars

New York is calibrating some signals to give bikes priority for green lights. Drivers say the change worsens traffic.