Originally published in August 1892
Originally published in June 1918
Originally published in August 1942
The Presidential candidates have varying plans to promote electric vehicles and public transportation
If driverless cars are to do more good than harm, cities need to prepare and invest in infrastructure.
Lower fuel economy standards and fewer electric vehicles in the state would threaten global climate targets
Lowered costs and the availability of renewable energy to produce hydrogen are raising interest in the fuel source
The Department of Energy is aiming to get ahead of a looming recycling problem from electric car batteries
Major technological shifts are fewer and farther between than they once were
High-risk design trials could create superefficient vehicles
The policy, the first such in the nation, is aimed at reducing the state’s emissions from transportation
The world’s elite electric race-car series is a test-bed for technology that will soon improve other—mostly slower—forms of transportation.
Daimler AG’s announcement drew praise, as well as criticism it is not ambitious enough
The Trump administration has yet to take broader action to limit heat-trapping hydrofluorocarbons
Social norms and a lack of information on financial benefits have hampered U.S. EV adoption
Flying electric cars would have lower emissions over long trips than standard electric vehicles
As automated delivery ramps up, cities must decide how to make the best use of public spaces
Several companies are diversifying their businesses, from biofuels to electric vehicles
Chemistry explained a century ago is being used to make prototype body parts that are much lighter than today's
A new algorithm raises parking rates in busy neighborhoods and lowers them elsewhere, guaranteeing free parking spots regardless of location. Christopher Intagliata reports.