As if airplane travel weren’t already bad enough, scientists have found yet another problem that might arise with climate change.
With imaginative, green ways of getting around the city, cars may finally go the way of the horse and buggy.
In the smart cities of tomorrow, a modern take on good-old-fashioned carpooling can make urban living greener and more efficient.
First, you pull into the gas station. You open the cover to the fuel tank, unscrew the cap, insert the nozzle, and pump away.
Public transportation services are ubiquitous in the world’s cities, whether more traditional taxis or newer mobile-powered startups like Uber or Lyft.
How can cities cut down on smog? One appealing solution is to restrict the number of cars allowed on the road.
Cities are recycling old and outdated infrastructure in creative new ways
Carrying a bicycle onto a bus or subway for unrideable sections of your carless commute is less than convenient. This is where the Sada Bike fits in.
Bike share programs might seem like the ultimate environmentally-friendly mode of urban transportation. As more people hop on bikes, the thinking goes, the use of cars will drop.
When my young granddaughter plays with her toys, she makes the typical growling “rrrrr” noise for the sound of her cars and trucks but a “whoosh” sound for her toy bus.