Given the affordable housing crisis, California cities should encourage single-family homeowners to convert garages into apartments and accessory dwelling units.
New data show a staggering rise in shared dockless e-scooter use nationwide. But commuting habits have seen little change since the dawn of micromobility.
Airlines have embraced blue lighting to upgrade the flying experience.
Even if The Boring Company figures out how to dig tunnels historically fast and propel cars through them at speeds they haven't done yet, it's still hard to see how this is a financially viable operation for them without heavy subsidies.
A company has been scooping up the abandoned scooters that litter city streets owned by the startups Bird and Lime for months, giving some of them back to Bird in November in exchange for more than $40,000. Bird and Lime have since called the company's activities "ransom," and a legal battle has begun.
New Yorkers have become way too nonchalant about the weird sh*t that goes on in their trains.
Why have there been so many fits and starts? Is Elon spread too thin? Dreaming too big? Or does it just come down to needing cold hard cash?
New York state recently approved the United States' first congestion pricing scheme, which will eventually force New York City drivers to pay at least $10 to access Manhattan below 60th Street. But Helsinki is in the process of one-upping New York with a big idea of its own: The Finnish city wants to make cars obsolete.
After a decade of struggling to pass congestion pricing, most stakeholders agree the city can no longer afford to delay addressing its transportation woes.
I know that I may be forced to sacrifice the home my children have spent their whole lives in mostly so that some f**king private highway firm can suck state coffers dry while roads remain gridlocked.
Uber, the ride-hailing service that has upended transportation around the world, took a major step toward the largest initial public offering in years when it officially unveiled its finances in a prospectus on Thursday.
From tourist spots to a meeting at the office, I wanted to understand whether being on a Segway feels as ridiculous as it looks.
As modes of transportation go, this is both cool and extremely dangerous.
Honestly, this is not the weirdest thing we've seen happen on an NYC subway train.
A faulty automated system leaves lingering questions.
A team of heavy-duty trucks carried a massive generator through Melbourne, Australia.
This technology was filmed at the Chongqing stop on Line 3, the longest and busiest monorail in the world.
A South Carolina college student was killed last weekend by a man posing as a ride-share driver, the police said. Across the country, women have reported dozens of similar attacks in recent years.
We know that most public transportation maps are meant to be schematic illustrations rather than geographically truthful renderings, but that doesn't mean we aren't in awe when we see comparisons like this.
The vision of the "smart city" of the future involves driverless cars. Driverless trucks. Driverless buses. Driverless trains. But what happens to the space inside vehicles when nobody is driving? Is it really a smart social strategy to get rid of drivers?
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