Electric vehicles are on the verge of disrupting energy markets.
There’s no safe way to haul oil by the trainload.
IPS’ New Economy Working Group co-sponsor a technical symposium on electrification, transmission, track speeds, financing and their prospects for movement building and infrastructure for the future of transport.
The series to promote intergenerational discussion will address what it take to save a neighborhood these days.
With a million people demonstrating in the streets of Brazil, everyone’s scrambling to understand how a 20-cent bus fare hike turned into a social revolt.
Nearly every airline these days is addicted to fees.
The United States has invested big time in roads, but not rails.
A harrowing road trip on the first day of my summer internship helped me get the point of my work on the Genuine Progress Indicator.
We can thank inequality for America’s inadequate — and increasingly unsafe — basic infrastructure.
Just 1.5 percent of federal transportation funds support bicycling and walking projects.
Our highways and bridges are decaying.
It’s fascinating to hear what conservative lawmakers say when they think no one outside their core audience is listening.
The Obama administration’s new fuel efficiency standards will reduce our addiction to oil, curb carbon pollution, create jobs, and save consumers money at the pump.
Many roads pave the way from farm to table.
Local opposition to a proposed road in Trinidad brings new understanding of “progress,” and what it means to be rooted.