It'll be interesting to see if automated car technology can cope with the traffic congestion in a city like Tokyo.
Los Angeles is better at public transportation that people give it credit for. And if it takes a boondoggle like the Olympics to get the city to make it better we're all for it.
Airstream RVs have made a comeback as motels, Airbnbs, ice cream stores, food trucks, offices, and a great way to see the country.
Wynn's subsidizing of Boston subways, due to the expected increased use of the system, would be the first such contribution by a private developer. He can afford it: Wynn is playing with house money.
No one market is big enough to justify Uber's current valuation. That's why it really, really needs India and China.
This is way too smart for your typical municipal public transport system in the U.S. Perhaps the proper dateline for this story should read "Copenhagen."
This is what happens to leaders who don't understand tech, you lose a street fight before you've realized you're in one.
We're eager to see Uber, Lyft and their sharing economy peers like Airbnb meet the accessibility standards that other businesses are required to abide by.
Biking is healthier, more enjoyable and more reliable than most other forms of public transportation; it is also changing people's relationship with their busy urban cities.