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We took a ride over Los Angeles as part of a demonstration of an urban air taxi experience.
Flashy new debuts from Ford and others will not lift electric vehicle ownership above 5% by 2025, according to Kelley Blue Book.
According to a recent survey, one in five travelers say they are flying less out of concern for the environment. Should airlines be worried?
It might sound terrifying, but autonomous semis are an easier engineering challenge than cars.
Journalists and researchers have teamed up to map emissions from transportation around the United States.
A Seattle-area program is trying to remove one of the barriers to getting outside, and out of town, by offering affordable transportation.
The capital of Ohio won $40 million in federal funding for its projects last year.
American cities pay a mysterious premium for underground rail lines.
Today, a train ride from LA to San Francisco takes 12 hours. In 1937, it took 10.
Like Uber, Lyft has not been profitable to date.