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The age of autonomous cars could radically alter human behaviour and use of city streets, unless we implement safety precautions.
We can reach net zero emissions in our lifetime, explains one of the leading economists on climate change.
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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.
At almost half of all new car sales last year, Norway has by far the highest proportion of electric vehicles of any country in the world.
Berlin's BVG transit authority will be offering women a discount of up to 21% on their fares, to highlight the country's gender gap.
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Since landing on the Red Planet in January 2004, Opportunity has made several groundbreaking discoveries during its 15-year stay.
After 12 years of service, Airbus has announced plans to close production of its iconic A380.
A lack of charging stations is one of the main reasons that electric vehicle use is low in Canada. Changing the way we plan our cities could help address this.
Better transport can improve opportunities for low-income groups, while boosting a community's economic health
The world is slowly but surely making the switch from fossil fuels to greener alternatives, but the transition could happen a lot faster. Here's how.
From the Orkney Islands of Scotland to the bustling city streets of Tokyo, hydrogen innovators are discovering ways to fuel the future of transport.