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Imagine having your cellphone tell you where to find a parking space in a crowded city. Actually, it's already available — and it's free. Streetline isn't everywhere, but the service is growing.
For residents of the Golden State, it's 2008 all over again, only worse. Some people have paid $5.79 a gallon. This 'perfect storm spike' is expected to be short, but it's painful.
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In a shocker, Better Place's board has dismissed the man who imagined the company, raised hundreds of millions for it, and relentlessly drove it forward. What's next without the visionary founder?
The Detroit automaker gets a touch of campaign fever with new marketing aimed to take down the competition.
The new detector sucks in air around travelers and scans for any explosive substance residue. The entire process only takes one or two seconds.
Ever encounter the annoying 'Unknown Album' listing when you pop a CD into the car player? There's a reason why, and it's not pretty. Gracenote, the CD track listing company, explains the problem.
A 10-mile stretch of Los Angeles' 405 Freeway — the most heavily trafficked road in the country — was shut down this weekend as part of a $1 billion freeway improvement project.
A closer look at the bike friendly 4th Street in Los Angeles offers ideas for making other city streets a better place for cyclists.
Some automakers are cutting back on electric cars because the early-stage EV market is moving slowly. The big hurdles are high cost and range anxiety.
A 2-day shutdown of the 405 Freeway could lead to massive traffic jams. Or not.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill clearing the way for self-driving cars to be tested on state roads.
Here's an explanation why plane windows don't open, despite Mitt Romney's concerns that it's 'very dangerous' that they don't.
Washington, D.C., has the highest percentage of bicycle commuters. Across the nation, 74 percent of bike commuters are men.
The push toward autonomous cars is gaining critical mass, with the disabled and the visually impaired perhaps benefiting first from vehicles that steer themselves. Kids who hate driving are also a factor.
A Danish mass transit commercial has gone viral.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.