An analysis of jet fuel alternatives that could be viable in the next decade.
Articles: Transportation (1439)
•Alex Laskey: How behavioral science can lower your energy bill •The Death and Life of Chicago •'The Power of Just Doing Stuff •'Where will all the traffic go?
In the last 10 years the world’s annual car production went up from 41 million to 63 million cars in 2012, or 52%... in the same period, global liquid supplies went up only 16%, an obvious mismatch.
The percentage of children walking and bicycling to school has plummeted from almost 50 percent in 1969 to about 13 percent today.
•Bike Sharing Prepares to Get its World Rocked •Social Bicycles Brings Sharing to Two Wheels •The two-wheel entrepreneurs: bike culture spawns businesses nationwide •The Pedestrian–Cyclist Armistice
When we hit the distribution issue, we see the challenge of taking on the Goliaths of the food world with nothing but a slingshot in the form of a pickup truck.
Cities everywhere are working to improve transportation options to reduce reliance on automobiles and for this reason bicycling as another mode of transport is taking off. But there’s a lot of push back because in the U.S. car culture is king, and the hidden argument against bikes is …
The majority of the roads and highways built in America are simply bad investments. Continuing this pattern will only ensure that wasteful projects consume larger chunks of our federal, state, and local budgets, without addressing the real need for transportation options.
Electric bicycles are already popular in Europe and in China, which has more e-bikes than cars on its roads. Now, manufacturers are marketing e-bikes in the U.S., promoting them as a "green" alternative to driving.
•How roads were not built for cars •Ageless Cycling •Can Europe get its high-speed rail network together? •Targeting transport: guerrilla gardening goes one stop further