MIT startup’s unique approach to improving human mobility is helping it gain traction in a competitive landscape.
Not everyone has benefited equally from the rapid growth of transport network companies like Uber and Lyft. Developments such as ride-pooling and automation hold great promise - but we mu...
'There has been some discussion about a self-driving vehicle being an appreciating rather than a depreciating asset. But there are simply too many unknowns for this to be the case'.
Will self-driving vehicles help solve our urban congestion and pollution challenges or make them worse?
For automated vehicles to achieve widespread use, manufacturers will have to demonstrate that their vehicles can abide by a number of key safety standards.
With their strong culture of mass-transit systems, Latin American and Caribbean cities could become urban mobility success stories by going digital.
Hitchhiking has had a fairly checkered history. But it's still more popular in Europe than you might think.
MIT researchers are using maps and visual data to give driverless cars a more 'human' awareness on the road.
A new report by the International Energy Agency shows that Canada's vehicles have the highest average carbon emissions and fuel consumption per kilometre.
A driverless electric truck began daily freight deliveries on a public road in Sweden on Wednesday, in what developer Einride and logistics customer DB Schenker described as a world first.
The age of autonomous cars could radically alter human behaviour and use of city streets, unless we implement safety precautions.
According to a new study, flying cars could eventually be greener than even electric road cars, but gaps in technology and practical uncertainties mean that they may not arrive in time to...
To meet the mobility demands of the future without increasing congestion and pollution calls for some major changes.
Car-makers have made dramatic changes to their operations in pursuit of sustainability - but customers have yet to catch up. Here's three ways countries and companies could drive demand.
Electric vehicles have no real engine sound, so car manufacturers are making their own.