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Is it possible that we could get where we want to be and ship our goods where they need to go without any use of fossil fuels?
Do you ever wonder why so many people ride bikes in a place like the Netherlands while so few do in Texas?
A two-year project in Belgium proposes new relationships between people, goods, energy, equipment, spaces, and value. Its design objective: a networked mobility ecosystem.
In 2013, 69 percent of Bakken oil traveled by rail; that percentage is expected to reach 90 percent this year.
•Bogotá car-free day becomes car-free week •Tres Hombres Tall Ship Loads Rum and More in Caribbean; Additional Ship Readied for Europe Only •The Rise of Open Streets •Which are Europes to Cycling and Walking Cities? •British Cycling launches 10-point plan to …
•Hamburg’s Plan to Eliminate Cars in 20 Years •The Ridiculous Sky Cycle by Norman Foster •We Need to Design Parking Garages With a Car-less Future in Mind •It's not the economy, stupid; young people really are turning their backs on cars •The Rise (and All-Around …
The average [household carbon footprint] in an urban core in the country is about 50 percent less than the average in the commuting suburbs around it
There's nothing more dramatic than looking back five or ten years at Streetfilms footage (some of it a bit low-res) to see how much the livable streets landscape of New York City's streets have changed.
Bike share stations are...natural conversation-starters, attract a stream of diverse users at all times of day & night, and act as casual landmarks that concentrate activity.