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Despite fantastic cabin service and other amenities, these sky marathons can tax even seasoned travelers.
By the time work on the 2nd Ave. Subway finally wraps up, New Yorkers may be soaring across the city aboard a network of aerial trams.
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As millennials turn away from driving, will kids finally stop keeping cars on campus?
Helsinki is experimenting with a plan to match people with rides, making cars unnecessary.
Cleaner air, better health, and more productivity at work — these are just a few of the perks we would all enjoy if there were more bikes and fewer cars on the road.
Satisfaction with new cars and trucks is hitting a five-year low, but the reasons aren't what you might expect.
These Fords look much the same, but they're Jekyll and Hyde under the skin. Your choice: 45 mpg or a 5.8 zero to 60 time.
The fourth generation Miata is a worthy development of one of the most successful sports cars ever. Nearly a million sold!
Walk, ride your bike, take light rail, hop on a city bus or enjoy a streetcar ride across Bridgetown's latest and most unique span.
There are 1,000 of these hybrid muscle/battery power vehicles on the road, mostly in Europe. Only a few are in the U.S., but does 3 cents a mile sound good?
No longer just for soccer moms, surfers and state park-touring geriatrics, these enduring staples of the open road are being embraced by a new wanderlust-stricken generation.
A gadget prevents the person in front of you from reclining; appropriate or jerk move?
The ultra-efficient XL1 is on the market but only in Europe (for $146,000). But a 4-seat XL2 could come here, at a much lower price. Should Elio be worried?
t's the 50th anniversary of the Mustang, and it's surprisingly hard to sort out the claims and counter-claims. A bunch of folks say they deserve first-car bragging rights.
Lightweight, inexpensive battery packs are making electric propulsion practical, for everything from yachts and launches to pontoon boats. (Planes, too, but that's another story.)
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