Automakers will have to include language that suggests consumers take public transportation or bike or walk, especially for shorter trips.
That sector now employs more than 200,000 more people than it did before the pandemic.
A new study says New York City's bike-share program saved nearly 500 tons of emissions over four years.
In addition to reducing wait times, the FAA estimates this will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Could private buses disappear? For one Nashville company, the answer may be yes without congressional aid.
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.