The departure of Polly Trottenberg, the New York City transportation commissioner, is likely to signal a raft of departures from the de Blasio administration.
Rescuers evacuated 31 people from a campground an hour north of Charlotte, which accounted for at least three of the fatalities, the authorities said.
The injured included 15 children ranging from 1 to 12 years old, the State Police said.
With the president’s re-election in doubt, cabinet departments are scrambling to finish dozens of new rules affecting millions of Americans.
When the pandemic hit, draining streets of traffic, more women began using the city’s bike-share program.
After the Estonia sunk in a storm off Finland, investigators said that a bow door had been bashed in by heavy seas. But a new series has raised disturbing fresh details.
Robert Chody, the sheriff in Williamson County, is accused of tampering with a video of a fatal 2019 traffic stop made by the crew of a police ride-along program.
Lauren Boebert, a Glock-packing newcomer to politics, upset a Republican incumbent, but increasing scrutiny and a well-funded challenger have made her a top target for Democrats.
A ladder truck rushing to a fire slammed into an ambulance carrying a man who had suffered a heart attack, killing him and injuring 11 others.
Using algorithms, tech companies are helping insurers speed up the process after an accident, make it more accurate and keep estimators out of the field — a plus during a pandemic.
Investigators said the woman had been watching a video on her phone when the vehicle killed a pedestrian in Arizona.
Police are investigating the collision after a 33-year-old man drove in the wrong direction on a Long Island roadway early Tuesday morning.
Jason Ravnsborg, the attorney general, elaborated on what happened after his car struck something on a dark highway, saying he returned in the morning to find the dead man, Joe Boever, 55, nearby.
Gov. Kristi Noem said that the attorney general, Jason Ravnsborg, was in a car crash on Saturday night that left one person dead. Mr. Ravnsborg said he was “fully cooperating with the investigation.”
Three major crossings on the Thames are closed to cars — one of them considered too dangerous even to walk across. Even the landmark Tower Bridge was recently shut for two days.
More drivers, passengers and motorcyclists have been killed so far this year than all of last year. Reckless driving is a major factor, officials say.
So many people have been chasing the 50 stragglers that the animals got spooked and split off into singles and pairs, complicating efforts to catch them, a sheriff said.
One person was critically hurt after a New Jersey Transit bus struck a barrier on a ramp at 39th Street and Ninth Avenue in Manhattan, the authorities said.
The shared moped company is returning to New York City, its biggest market, and will now be quizzing riders and requiring helmet selfies.
Rotaries, traffic circles or however you know them, they’re often frustrating for American motorists. They are designed to lessen accidents, but that’s not always the effect.
Two new studies shed light on whether pedal-assisted electric bikes provide good exercise, and how safe (or unsafe) they might be.
The app’s electric-blue rental vehicles have become popular, but crashes, resulting in two deaths this month, have added to safety concerns.
Staff Sgt. Ladonies P. Strong, who was convicted of negligent homicide, was behind the wheel of a truck that overturned last year, killing one and injuring more than 20.
The 52-year-old driver, who was also killed, was aggrieved about the demolition of his home because of a redevelopment scheme, officials said.
Four other teenagers were also injured in the collision, which occurred when the teenage drivers were doing stunts at Floyd Bennett Field, the police said.
Why do American cities waste so much space on cars?
The driver, Dawit Kelete, 27, struck two protesters with his car early Saturday, one of whom later died, prosecutors said.
The vehicle, which was carrying 10 people, had been pursued before it crashed into a semitrailer on private property, the authorities said.
For years, I have been making images of my mother as her dementia progresses. The process brings us closer.
Emotional resilience can be deliberately cultivated. But it takes work.
The explosion of the tanker, which carried liquefied gas, engulfed nearby vehicles and buildings, leaving people trapped.
The family road trip is making a comeback in the wake of the coronavirus, but for African-American motorists, it’s never been a source of unfettered freedom.
Maurice Gordon, 28, was shot after a traffic stop on the Garden State Parkway two days before the death of George Floyd set off nationwide protests.
One of the horses was sired by the Triple Crown winner American Pharoah and another by the Belmont Stakes winner Tonalist.
Fewer cars on the road during the pandemic has meant cleaner air, but not necessarily fewer traffic deaths. Can we have both?
Master Sgt. David Royer, who is assigned to Fort Leavenworth, drove his car into a man who was firing “randomly” at drivers on a bridge between Kansas and Missouri, the police said.
Is the risk of dying from Covid-19 comparable to driving to work every day, skydiving or being a soldier in a war?
The jet crashed into a house in Kamloops, British Columbia. There was no immediate word on deaths or injuries.
Perfecting the technology has taken longer than expected. The coronavirus pandemic has made it even more difficult.
It’s made with marshmallows, too.
From the front, the Solo looks like a car, with hood, grille and headlights. Take a peek from behind, however, and it tapers down to just one wheel.
Gov. Brian Kemp suspended the requirement that most Georgians pass a behind-the-wheel test when applying for licenses last month.
Germany’s famously tough driving schools are in lockdown, a microcosm of the toll that the pandemic is taking on small firms.
The collision was intentional, and the officers were gravely injured, the authorities said.
A growing array of specialty shops are turning classics into silent brutes with tire-burning torque and vintage style.
As the pandemic drastically reduces traffic, some drivers are taking advantage of open streets to speed and drag race.