In sub-Saharan Africa, about half of travelers move around by foot. Yet in its cities, conditions for pedestrians remain incredibly dangerous.
The pandemic highlights the vulnerability of workers for private transportation services, which are essential to mobility in global south cities.
US representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts proposes spending $205 billion over 5 years to connect Chicago with Atlanta, Portland with Vancouver.
The CEO sued a California county over the weekend and threatened to move the company to Texas—his latest tangle with government authorities.
Travel restrictions are blocking some marine workers from reaching their assigned ships. That's forcing others on extended tours.
The Covid-19 pandemic will delay the arrival of flying cars, and Google sibling Sidewalk Labs abandons plans to remake part of Toronto's waterfront.
An economic slump is no good for a long shot business that's just starting to take off.
The Google sibling envisioned a tech-enabled and eco-friendly neighborhood. But residents rebelled over plans to collect and use their data, among other things.
Restaurants are anxious to expand beyond takeout, and some researchers believe open-air transmission of the coronavirus is rare.
Using technology from Silicon Valley's Luminar, the Swedish automaker plans to offer completely autonomous highway driving by 2022.
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