In trying to keep our cities sustainable while promoting economic growth, there’s only so much city planners can do. The rest is up to each of us.
Hoverboards: A Greener Way To Commute? Maybe emissions-free hoverboards are the answer to public transit's vexing "last mile" problem
Sustainable Cities: Are battery-powered, emissions-free hoverboards the answer to public transit’s vexing “last mile” problem?
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.
Most of us assume that train travel—whether for getting around town, commuting to work or for long hauls—is the most eco-friendly mass transit “mode,” but actually the bus may be even better…
Thanks to battery-assisted e-bikes, increased bike lane infrastructure and apps to help direct cyclists to safer, faster biking routes, commuting via bicycle is more popular than ever in the United States.
Getting transit riders from their bus stop or train station the “last-mile” to the doorstep of their home or workplace still plagues urban planners.
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…
In the spring of 2009, President Obama allocated $8 billion of his stimulus package toward development of more high-speed rail lines across the country, citing the need to reduce both greenhouse gas emissions and reliance on foreign oil.