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On May 28, Enterprise Holdings announced it had acquired Chicago-based IGO CarSharing under terms not disclosed to the public. So is carsharing going away?
In my latest article on Sustainable Brands, I discuss how BMW i could leap ahead other automakers with its ambitious concept of mobility and electric vehicles.
Bicycling in Cape Town is a great way to see the city's beaches, as well as its architecture and waterfront--and hills if you’re ambitious.
Today SAP releases GoTwo, a cloud-based carpooling application that promises to make ridesharing easier for corporate and municipal employees.
Work on the Bloomingdale Trail will begin soon and will transform the old railway into a midwestern "High Line" in Chicago.
On Monday, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors (GM) inked an agreement that links both companies to develop next generation transmissions for cars and trucks.
The San Joaquin Valley offers plenty of bicycling adventures, from traipsing through the Tower District and downtown Fresno to the early spring treat known as the Blossom Trail. Exploring Fresno State’s vineyards, orchards and farms also makes for an excellent ...
Buenos Aires, Argentina, is one of the world’s most dynamic and beautiful cities, but for those on foot or bicycling around town, it can be a frightening place. And with a greater metropolitan area home to 13 million people, the ...
In my latest article on Sustainable Brands, I discuss how Ford Motor Co.’s Driving Skills for Life Program has helped make roads in India.
Management at San Francisco International Airport has demanded carsharing services such as InstantCab cease and desist operations to SFO.
Samoa Air has a new policy charging passengers by how much they, and their luggage, weigh.
Can the rise of the sharing economy include a city in the desert known for casinos, conferences and weekend debauchery? Las Vegas and collaborative consumption may seem odd in the same sentence, but Tony Hsieh is investing big money to ...