Prepare for cars and driving to get a lot more efficient in the next few years given the influx of new electric drive and battery technologies.
Toad Tunnels Help Amphibians Win At Real-Life “Frogger” It's life and death for frogs trying to cross the road
Biologists are adopting what they learned building wildlife crossings to building “toad tunnels” to help amphibians win at a real-life game of “Frogger”..
Changing the Transportation Climate in Maryland and Beyond Strong New Statewide Measures Could Have Ripple Effects Across the United States
Strong new measures to limit transportation emissions in Maryland could have ripple effects across the United States and beyond.
Fuel cell cars from Toyota and Honda are now available to drivers in California and coming soon to the northeastern U.S. as well once more refueling stations are built there.
We waste lots of time and fuel and emit lots of greenhouse gases when we are behind the wheel circling around and around the block looking for parking…
A couple hurdles are keeping consumers from making the leap to electric vehicles (EVs): lack of charging stations and the price of the cars.
Commuters in Bellingham, Washington, are now driving on the nation’s first Greenroads Foundation-certified roadway.
There seems to be a lot of controversy over whether hydrogen can really be generated and stored in such a way to be practical?
China is giving itself a green makeover for the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing…
Interest in cleaner and greener auto technology is exploding. From fuel cells to plug-in hybrids, the industry is showing more research and development zeal than at any time since the halcyon days of 1900, when gasoline, steam and electric vehicles (EVs) were competing in the marketplace.