Commuting can be bad for the planet and a miserable experience - but new technologies are today connecting people and cities that address both issues.
Japan's public transport is the envy of the world - but outside urban areas, the picture is less rosy. A new World Economic Forum white paper offers a framework for potential solutions.
There are still some challenges involved in making sustainable mobility the global norm. The tech and the industry are ready - now it's up to governments to get EVs over the finish line.
The dream of integrated transportation for cities is today within reach. A new report from the World Economic Forum and Deloitte outlines the challenges and choices involved
Mobility could define the future for emerging economies, who must find a way to balance leapfrogging technologies with improving access and lessening environmental impacts.
A new mathematical model developed to investigate how self-driving taxis could affect congestion has found it could go either way.
Electric vehicles are fun, fast and much cleaner than their petrol and diesel-powered counterparts - but they aren't yet truly sustainable. Here's how to make that happen.
What might seem outlandish today could be commonplace tomorrow - and mobility is no exception. These are the trends shaping a very different future for mobility around the world.
Understanding women's experiences of using a male-oriented mobility system can help improve it for everyone. Here's a guide
Reducing transaction costs, closing the financial inclusion gap, and fighting corruption are just a few of the benefits.
The companies developing self-driving cars have started to make their datasets public - and thats' a huge step towards ensuring that this technology can be made safe.
To reduce their carbon footprint and increase mobility options, many cities have been investing in e-scooter and bike sharing schemes. But they haven't always turned out as well as planne...
In 2019 alone, the worldwide scooter rental fleet has more than doubled from 25,000 to 66,000. More than 15,000 of those are in India.
Researchers at ETH Zurich used billions of traffic measurements to reveal a set of rules that enable us to easily estimate the critical number of vehicles, and by extension, the traffic c...
The industry that pioneered concepts like just-in-time manufacturing is bracing itself for another major shake-up with the rise of electric vehicles.