How can we encourage standards for less polluting fuels? Photo by Meena Kadri.
A new BRT line in Chicago's downtown can revolutionize public transportation. Photo by Steven Vance.
The U.S. DOT's recent round of TIGER transport grants awarded Chicago $20 million to establish a bike share program and make improvements to the Blue Line train. Photo by Russell Sekeet.
Facing the threat of a city government financial collapse, Mayor Dave Bing is exploring the option of privatizing Detroit's public transit services. Photo by C.J. Peters.
Anti-drunk driving technology for use in private vehicles is now undergoing on-road testing through the U.S. Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) program. Photo by Alex Proimos.
China's oil demand will increase by roughly 60 percent before peaking in 2027. Photo by Mariana.
Mexico City has been experiencing a rise in its bicycle culture. Photo by Dani Simons.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed complete streets legislation into law this week, supporting safer streets for "New Yorkers of all ages and abilities." Photo by Emily Raw.
Mexico City's Plan Verde (Green Plan), which commissioned Metrobus' fuel efficient buses, has set the city on course to meet its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Photo by Abbaner Casmill.
Technology alone won't solve our energy problems; we also need to moderate our driving habits. Photo by Holly Clark.