Take a tour of the pods that will be used to transport passengers from Dubai to Abu Dhabi on the Virgin Hyperloop One network.
Though electric cars are greener than conventional ones, much of their power still comes from coal.
These urban centres are planning to do without cars - at least on some level.
Before self-driving cars take to the roads, the public needs to be shown they are safe and roadworthy.
Reducing the need for trucking by delivering some packages with electric drones could save fuel, and potentially carbon emissions.
Several companies are racing to build a new generation of supersonic jets.
Electric autonomous vehicles are poised to support cities’ ambitions and provide customers with cheaper, safer and greener urban mobility.
Big data could lead to a future where cars are able to diagnose faults and repair themselves.
Within the next seven years, nearly half of the buses used by municipal transit districts will be electric.
The vehicle industry is undergoing a tectonic shift. Traditional automotive manufacturers are being forced to think more like transport service providers.
Despite being the largest oil and gas producer in Western Europe, Norway is an electric transport pioneer.
Seamless Integrated Mobility means buses, trains and rideshares will operate in harmony to reduce congestion. But only of governments and the private sector get on board
Toyota revealed a self-driving concept vehicle, the e-Palette, at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
Imagine a world where fully autonomous, solar-powered cabs cut city traffic by 40%. It may be just around the corner.
Spiralling rents are driving key workers out of our city centres – and into the clutches of costly commutes. Here are 3 steps we can follow to bring them back.