The transportation industry has recently entered a new era of innovation — one that doesn’t just update individual aspects of vehicles, but reimagines transport technology. Here are a few innovations that are expected to help make the future of transportation greener and cleaner.
Texas has become one of the better states for electric cars ownership, with favorable tax incentives, increased charging station availability and local governments that are investing in the electric infrastructure needed for a greener future. Here’s how one of the biggest oil states in the U.S. is rethinking driving — and what other states are doing to follow suit.
These innovative shipping solutions could help minimize the industry's environmental impact.
The trend toward fleet-owned, self-driving cars can be a boon for your wallet and a win for the environment — and our wellbeing. On top of saving time, fuel, insurance premiums and high blood pressure (fewer cars means less traffic), here are some of the ways the future of ride-hailing can help shrink our eco-footprint.
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.
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