A Danish city is testing whether more visible crosswalks will give pedestrians a better chance at crossing the street.
As the post-pandemic world emerges, Europe's budget airlines appear ready to take on each other as well as the legacy carriers.
American's top-tier lounges are re-opening, and are also introducing $150 per person day passes.
The startup airline just added another 20 A220s to its existing order for 60.
After last-year's no-crowd made-for-TV show, the traditional Thanksgiving Day parade is back, with safety measures.
The Department of Transportation is under renewed pressure to make sure families can sit together on planes without ringing up extra fees
After years of considering how to make them a safe public attraction, the city has decided it can neither do that, nor keep unauthorized people off.
Denmark has become the only European country with no Covid restrictions and is hoping to avoid restoring them.
Safety experts in the Netherlands are re-examining bicycle safety based on including ambulance and hospital figures, not only police reports.
Even as it goes out of business, Alitalia keeps on generating news
Dutch researchers are cited for work in understanding how people move in crowds without collisions.
U.S. airlines are reporting dropping demand due to delta, after a hopeful spring and early summer.
Less-known British museums to consider as you make travel plans
A change of governors in New York opens the possibility of changing an airport train plan that goes east to go west
Service has finally resumed at Toronto's close-in airport, with Air Canada joining Porter Airlines in using the field.