Infrastructure

 
The Boring Company garage elevator

The Boring Company wants to connect your garage to its tunnels

The Boring Company (TBC) and its network of underground tunnels won't just ship pedestrians around from various stations; it may one day take cars and drivers straight into the system from their garages. The Mercury News reported Wednesday that the city of Hawthorne, California, gave The Boring... read more

September 14, 2018 by
 
New York City skyline (by Flickr user AngMoKio)

NYC could become first US city with London-style congestion charge

Some drivers in one specific part of New York City could have to pay new charges in a pay-to-drive plan that would charge them $11.52 to enter the busiest parts of Manhattan... read more January 26, 2018 by


 
VolkerWessels plastic roadway

Will roads be made out of plastic in the future?

The materials and processes used to build roadways haven't changed much in the past century, but a Dutch company has plans to potentially revolutionize the infrastructure and... read more December 20, 2017 by


 
Traffic

Future Urban Mobility Relies On Real-Time Data Access

The requirements for travel within the urban environment comes under greater pressure with every passing year. We're already past the point at which more than 50 percent of... read more July 28, 2011 by


 
Google's Electric Vehicle Fleet Infrastructure

Google Buys 30 Leafs, Volts, and 250 Charging Stations: Video

Google built its reputation as a small, simple search engine, but there's nothing small about the company's investment in electric vehicles. Google has just placed an order... read more June 10, 2011 by


 
Fuel Cell Equinox

GM's Project Driveway fuel cell program rolls past 500,000 miles next week

With all that's going on in Washington lately, the slow economy and a general apathy or even hostility toward the automotive industry, it's nice to see a technological bright... read more December 12, 2008 by


 
 

 
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