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In 2022, a startup will begin selling airless bike tires that never go flat because they’re made out of a special NASA-developed metal alloy.
We'll need a new type of battery to make electric cars cheaper and convenient.
People in low-income areas have a harder time accessing jobs, schools, and health care. How can we make public transit more equitable?
The Aptera solar car is expected to hit roads in 2021, but even if it's not the next big thing in transportation, its design elements could be.
Self-driving cars get all the love, but autonomous trucks are already hitting the road, with a “driver-out” demonstration scheduled for 2021.
Automakers are relying more heavily on 3D printing, and for drivers, that means more customization options.
A new smartphone app unlocks independent travel for people with intellectual disabilities.
What if parked cars didn’t just take up space? Ford is designing the future of cars, starting with the purpose they serve when nobody’s driving.
Virgin Hyperloop has transported two passengers in a hyperloop pod, a milestone in the development of the high-speed transportation system.
One of the largest automotive makers in the world is ushering in the future of mobility, using AI and machine learning to help cities prevent traffic collisions and build smart transportation systems.
Waymo One has relaunched, and this time, all users can ride in cars without safety drivers.
With Mack Truck’s electric garbage trucks set to be delivered in 2021, your mornings may be getting quieter soon.
This cost-efficient and environmentally-conscious supersonic jet could become the commercial airliner of the future.
California’s ZeroAvia has flown the first “commercial-grade” plane powered by hydrogen fuel, potentially foreshadowing the sustainable future of air travel.
Smart traffic lights by startup NoTraffic use AI to improve the flow of traffic in cities, minimizing carbon emissions and delays for first responders.
Is it safe to fly right now? An MIT professor calculated the risk of air travel during the pandemic in two different flight scenarios.
New “predictive touch” tech could help prevent distracted driving by limiting the amount of time drivers spend interacting with vehicle displays.