- By 2015, nearly 50 percent of vehicles will integrate with in-dash or smartphone applications for everything from smarter parking to better route planning.
More companies are improving their logistics and supply chains by using rail to transport goods.
Tools from these startups can make traveling easier and greener while using resources that are already available.
New smart grid technologies will enable electric vehicles to improve the electrical grid's reliability. Experts from GM and TimberRock explore with Joel Makower at this VERGE SF 2013 keynote...
In this megacity, traffic jams can stretch for 60 miles. Smarter mobility is crucial to urban resilience, as well as shorter term planning for the 2014 World Cup.
Sensors, analytics are optimizing operations across Melbourne's 100-year-old public transportation system.
An Oregon experiment uses smartphones to simplify management of corporate fleet, an approach it will share with others.
From Akamai to Zimride, VERGE San Francisco spotlights leaders in sustainability and technology — with smarter, cleaner transportation at the heart of the event.
Electric chillers will keep diesel from mingling with your Odwalla.
The state believes microgrids will provide protection and resilience for a transit system heavily affected during Superstorm Sandy.
A three-year trial slashed output from distribution fleets in Sweden by 30 percent.
The Urbee isn't just one of the lightest cars around. It also represents a radical design approach. Is this the 21st century Model-T?
New technologies finally could make 18-wheelers break past the 6 mpg barrier, but don't sing a farewell ballad to truck drivers just yet.
New business models are emerging to help us get from hither to yon.
Frédéric Mazzella, founder of BlaBlaCar, explains how leveraging technology and social platforms enabled BlaBlaCar to strengthen trust among its 3 million drivers and passengers
The electronics giant has revised the Silk Road from China to Europe as a way to cut transportation costs and emissions.
Researchers are finding new ways to bond metals in order to bring ultralight, efficient cars to the next level.
Los Angeles' sprawing congestion has a few things to teach about how to improve energy distribution.
With most of the world's population living in cities, it's time to streamline transportation. A new IEA report details the essential steps.
Battery swapping stations didn't save Better Place, but Tesla Motors hopes to roll them out soon along the West and East Coasts.
The director of advanced vehicle commercialization policy for General Motors speaks with Joel Makower at VERGE Boston 2013.