SOURCE: The Atlantic
Can studying past crime panics help cities convince riders to use mass transit systems when fear of crime is on the rise?
SOURCE: Bloomberg CityLab
For fans of transit cartography, the New York Subway Map Debate of April 20, 1978, is remembered as a legendary showdown between two irreconcilable approaches.
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
In New York, nightly subway closures mean a tear in the fabric of the city.
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