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Cycling in Fresno is vastly underrated, an now the city of Fresno and Fresno State are considering a bicycle sharing program.
Melbourne does not have the most cycling-friendly reputation, but ANZ Bank is one company helping to make cycling mainstream.
Recently the first bus in the United Kingdom made its maiden voyage, powered by yes, biomethane from human poop and food waste.
California will expand its cap-and-trade program in early 2015 by mandating refineries participate in the program. Is this a step forward for the state?
A smart city? The annual cost to local IT and business process outsourcing (BPO) companies in Bangalore reaches as much as US$6.5 billion annually.
Earlier this month Zagster and several partners launched a pilot bike sharing program in Cleveland, Ohio. Can this entirely privately funded plan work?
Helsinki is considering a holistic transportation plan that could phase out car ownership by the mid-2020s.
The Al Sufouh Tramway is a step in the right direction to alleviate the terrible traffic in Dubai.
While cities only take up a few percentage points of the earth’s total landmass, they contribute up to 80% of the world’s emitted carbon. Yet they will hold the answers to climate change.
Could it become possible to take the train from Abu Dhabi to Doha in 2018? A 1,350-mile long Gulf railway system could soon link the GCC countries.
When Brazil erupted in protests earlier this year in June, many were surprised except for Brazilians exasperated with the country’s corruption and transport system.
Dating to the 19th century, funiculars, or ascensores, were critical for transport within the port city of Valparaíso, Chile.