Once briefly in the spotlight for distinctive mopeds, the buzzy startup is now a taxi-and-EV-charging company.
“What I’m creating is a necessary evil,” the app’s founder claims while operating in a city with falling crime rates.
The untold pleasures of driving, according to one native New Yorker.
The agency that runs the New York City subway will no longer post service updates to Twitter. Fortunately, there’s a better way.
The Federal Railroad Administration has “significant safety concerns” related to the stuff everyone is talking about.
Delays, bumping, cancellations, lost baggage, and random fees are up, legroom and patience is down.
Broken trains, trains that don't fit in tunnels, perpetual gridlock, and astronomical price tags to make anything better.
“We theorized that individual adults who tend to resist public health recommendations might also neglect basic road safety guidelines,” the authors stated.
The city’s mayor, Eric Adams, waved the checkered flag as a bulldozer crushed 96 seized dirt bikes and ATVs, in what is becoming an annual tradition signaling a city that is out of ideas.
Major Intergovernmental Organization Releases 10-Point Plan to Conserve Oil. The US Isn’t Doing Any of It.
The International Energy Agency, the West’s answer to OPEC, released a plan “in the face of the emerging global energy crisis.”