Implementing bike lanes and better building codes could bring world cities more than $580 billion in benefits, researchers say.
The intertwined nature of global supply chains can lead to economic shockwaves.
China's high-speed rail network is the largest in the world, and it's about to expand under the sea.
The six-month trial will use mobile technology and aims to reduce congestion, cut costs and provide passengers with a more efficient service.
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A test flight by the University of Maryland delivered the organ in good condition.
Women in Tokyo are the most in favour of single-sex carriages, a poll of the world's biggest commuter cities has found.
Mapping the movement of millions of shipping containers can reveal shifts in global economic power.
Each day some 168 million passengers ride subways in 178 cities around the world, according to a new report that crunches the data on the world’s metro systems.
A new Thomson Reuters poll looks at the key concerns women have about using public and private transport in 5 major commuter cities around the globe.
‘Additive manufacturing’ needs to embrace change, such as sustainability and materials flexibility, if it’s going to fulfil its true potential for industry.
The Greater Paris region will become a low-emission zone from next summer, which will limit the circulation of old diesel cars.
To reduce pollution and congestion, Veligo bikes will be offered to citizens for 40 euros per month.
In Amsterdam, where 25% of the city surface is water, autonomous floating vessels could soon become a reality.
A typical container ship can burn through 225 tons of polluting fossil fuels in 24 hours at normal cruising speeds. Could biofuels be a viable alternative for the shipping sector?