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Andy Didorosi bought three busses a few months ago and hopes to launch The Detroit Bus Company next month. Can privatization save Detroit's bus system?
Sweden’s transportation authority has approved a four line bicycle superhighway between the southern cities of Malmö and Lund.
GM has turned a corner, and the company is improving its performance at many levels from water stewardship, its supply chain management and overall design process.
As cities like Los Angeles struggle to add more bicycle bike paths to their streets, Copenhagen is actually having the opposite problem with its bicycling culture.
Starting in Montevideo, bicycling in Uruguay means long swathes of white sandy beaches that are devoid of people and invite you to take a break from your two wheeled journey.
This week the Volvo announced a strategic partnership with Siemens to work on the development of electrical drive technology, charging technology, and battery management.
Amsterdam is not noted for great weather, but its citizen’s bicycling prowess rain or shine shames the rest of us.
In my latest article in The Guardian, I argue it will take both the scale of large companies and grassroots activism to transform our cities and make our living and work spaces healthier and safer.
We may be celebrating the automobile industry’s turnaround--I for one, am willing to admit that I was wrong about the government “bailout” two years ago--and to that end, look what Plug-In America's Dan Davids has to say:
Politicians love public works projects because it gives them a lasting legacy, and Amsterdam is no exception. The city leaders approved extending the underground metro to the city’s northern section, which currently is separated from the south by the Het Ij.
Oh, to be a fly in the wall in Denmark right now with all the attention foisted on it due to the COP15 summit in Copenhagen. There are many reasons why Denmark is hosting the UN Climate Change Conference. The ...
Yesterday I went to the Plug-In 2009 show in Long Beach. I was hoping to see more vehicles, but the evening was an interesting one. There were vendors ranging from light-weight auto bumper makers to electric charging station manufacturers. I think ...