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.
SAP says it will make its car-sharing app, which saved the software giant more than $5 million since it was deployed two years ago, publicly available.
New technology by NRG Energy, called eV2g, enables electric cars to feed electricity back to the grid -- and their owners to make money in the process -- for the first time.
ECOtality will install most of the stations.
Volvo's software stores the topography of hilly roads and then optimizes how its trucks drive on them.
Bottom-up processes in areas such as transportation can create cities that actually work for residents.
There are 4.5 parking spaces for every vehicle, but it's still hard to find spots. What technology will change that?
Pike Research predicts tech investments will shape smarter transportation, water, buildings and energy infrastructure.
A conversation with the man at FedEx pushing energy-efficient trucks, planes and, yes, envelopes.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is working to propel electric vehicles into the fast lane.
Autonomous vehicles have the potential to maximize gas mileage and connect to smart infrastructure. But will they also increase how much we use our cars?
Companies that take a systemic metric-based approaches to freight sustainability are finding significant savings.
Truly autonomous vehicles, equipped with sensors and networked technologies, could have big implications for traffic congestion, fuel economy, parking and much more.
Where electric vehicles are charged -- at home, at the workplace or in public -- plays a debatable role in the push to drive EV adoption.