If there's one city where electric scooter sharing could work, it's Portland. But halfway through a four-month trial period, it's not clear if they'll get the city where it needs to go.
Maybe this would be cool in an empty parking lot without a bus full of people involved, but that does not appear to be what is happening here.
The widespread failure of American mass transit is usually blamed on cheap gas and suburban sprawl. But the full story of why other countries succeed is more complicated.
*Hears screaming everywhere. Yawns. Turns to next page of the newspaper.*
We're not sure this is how we would like our significant other to propose to us, but hey, to each their own, we guess.
One moment you're enjoying the amazing wildlife in Australia, and the next moment you have a furry marsupial literally in your face.
Why shaving on the train is a loaded issue.
Commuting is already a chore, but it's especially grueling when you have to face congestion like this.
Two decades ago, a Swiss inventor laid the foundation for 2018's most talked-about mobility innovation.
How American mass transit measures up against the rest of the world’s.
Futuristic headlines here in the year 2018 might make you ask "why?" But back in the 1950s, illustrators in Detroit were asking "why not?"
Pinellas County, Florida, has the highest cyclist death rate in the Tampa Bay metro area — which has the highest rate of any metro region in the US.
We have no idea why he would choose to do such an outrageous, life-risking stunt. Even though he emerged out of this unscathed, it's still a horrible thing to do to the train conductor.
One hundred years ago, the United States had a public transportation system that was the envy of the world. Today, outside a few major urban centers, it is barely on life support.
Five years ago, several shocking fatalities pushed the police department to expand its crash investigation squad. Apart from renaming the unit, little has changed.
At first glance, the Chakri Naruebet doesn't seem *that* small, but then you compare it with an American Nimitz-class carrier and it suddenly seems so tiny.
The future may be here, but getting used to it takes some time.
There are many engineering challenges that have to be tackled in a voyage that might last seven months or more.
Have you ever stopped to think that over the course of your lifetime, you will likely spend hundreds of days commuting back and forth from home and work? If not, we've got a great (read: depressing) map that's sure to make you question what you're doing with your life.
Fortunately, the bus driver was able to evacuate the passengers on board before this occurred and no casualties have been reported.
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