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Union Station, the gateway into Washington, DC by rail, is one of the most exciting spots in the nation's capital
While Triple Pundit was in Michigan last week, we drove an opportunity to drive a 2014 Ford Escape Detroit for individual architectural tours.
Last week, Ford Motor Co invited Leon Kaye to test drive a 2013 Ford Fusion Energy plug-in hybrid from St. Louis to Tulsa.
This weekend in a Ford Fusion Energi Plug in I will drive part of historic U.S. Route 66 from St. Louis, Missouri to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
According to the Wall Street Journal’s Dorothy Rabinowitz, New York will never be the same after the NYC Bike Share launch.
Thankfully bicycling offers token relief from grief during a very sad time after our family lost my cousin Alison.
I will not be cycling across a country anytime soon, but I did have fun bicycling during the local Fresno IBikeFresno.org challenge month.
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.