Transportation

16/10/18
Author: 
Yves Engler

Oct 5, 2018 - Free public transit could combat both economic inequality and climate disturbances. And, if paid for by fees on automobility, fare-less transit could be part of a serious challenge to private, car-centred transit and urban planning.

04/10/18
Author: 
Karen Savage
Airports like New York's LaGuardia are sitting ducks for climate impacts, a new industry study shows. Photo credit: Daniel Piraino via Flickr

Airports around the globe are being warned to prepare their facilities for climate change-related impacts, including extreme weather and sea level rise.

The warning comes in a policy paper published on Wednesday by a leading global airline trade association. It  encourages airports to conduct risk assessments and consider adaptation and mitigation measures to prepare for the potential climate-related impacts to infrastructure and operations.

21/08/18
Author: 
Dana Drugmand

Electric buses are replacing existing diesel-fueled fleets at an accelerating rate, and the transition to battery-powered buses is outpacing even the most optimistic projections.

16/07/18
Author: 
Jason Prince, Herman Rosenfeld, Sabrina ‘Butterfly’ GoPaul, Shelagh Pizey-Allen

Editor: See this book launch presentation herehttps://socialistproject.ca/leftstreamed-video/ls393/

15/07/18
Author: 
Angie Schmidt

Groundbreaking research presents credible estimates of the total parking supply in several American cities, and it's not pretty.

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