Seven principles that will help maximise the benefits of self-driving vehicles, and minimise potential negative consequences.
Research shows that the introduction of emission standards for light vehicles has considerable benefits for motorists and Australia more broadly.
German bloggers report that the Norwegians are looking into adopting a National Transport Plan with 100 percent electric cars, buses, and small trucks by 2025.
Ford may not be the first automaker that comes to mind when thinking about cutting-edge transportation technology. But now that’s starting to change.
Some time in the not-too distant future it may be illegal for humans to drive cars themselves in most on-road situations.
Car manufacturers are considering the effects of the VW scandal for each of them. Volvo and Aston Martin go electric.
Australia’s lower standards for car exhaust mean overseas car-makers can sell more-polluting cars.
Australians are using more energy to travel each kilometre than people in developed nations such as the US, and emerging economies such as China and India.
A great graph on the carbon intensity of travel – from flights to bicycles. And 5 tips on making transport more sustainable.
Electric cars will change the way we travel, yet they seem to polarise: people either love them or hate them. Why is this?