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Street Smart’s annual educational and enforcement campaign kicks as shorter days mean the most dangerous time of year for pedestrians and cyclists.

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Is that my seat you're carrying?

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Recent crashes in six states have killed at least five children and injured 23 people.

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Metro’s advertising policy, which was adopted in 2015 so the agency could steer clear of controversy, has nevertheless created some of its own.

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A 30-year-old Austin man was booked on a charge of driving under the influence after he crashed a scooter outside a restaurant on Halloween night. We wish we could say it was a first

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Advocates say making a right turn on red is dangerous for pedestrians, bicyclists and others. The data is less clear.

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A new study finds 43 percent higher risk for trick-or-treaters.

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One of the few things Metro has going for it is that its subway trains and platforms are relatively clean. That’s likely to change if its board adopts a proposal Thursday that would expand the sale of food and beverages just outside the fare gates.

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Transportation is a form of health care. That's one of the insights that emerges from a comprehensive report by AARP on universal mobility and what that could mean for a graying populace. The Future of Transportation series also argues for better data-sharing and one-stop shopping -- and payment -- for trips

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It was bad enough that Ryanair's flight crew moved the victim of the man's verbal assault rather than remove him. But as outrage continues to grow, the company's silence is also puzzling.

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