Learn how replacing the 480,000 school buses in America with electric-run buses could save millions of tons of pollution annually.
Starting this summer, New York City will be banning private automobiles from entering Central Park, one of the most famous landmarks of the city.
Semi-autonomous and self-driving vehicles give us a taste of what will come in the future. But while these innovations bring with them substantial safety improvements, how much impact will they have on the amount of energy consumed by cars?
I will discuss the plans to finish up phase 2 on the solar electric vw bus and introduce you to the latest project, a solar powered scooter.
The push for bike-friendly policy and infrastructure is growing worldwide, and your community may be able to benefit from these community organizing and advocacy strategies: starting a bicycling league, conducting community research, and letter-writing campaigns.
Slowly but surely, more U.S. communities are realizing that the future of mobility is bigger than cars. Biking is seen as an attractive, cost effective, healthy and convenient way to get around and is growing in popularity all over the country.
Over the past 20 years, bike lanes, bikeways, and bike-sharing services have exploded in popularity nationwide. These forms of progressive bike policy are especially prevalent in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, which has become one of the most bicycle-friendly places in the world. Now, research is showing that bicycle commuting can provide massive benefits to personal and community health, and Minneapolis-St. Paul is continuing to lead the way in this exciting new policy arena.
Cities expand stand-alone bike lanes into full networks everyday people actually like to use.