transport

4.11.19

We Need to Completely Redesign Curbs

Crowded curbsides cause a huge amount of traffic and congestion in our cities. Could "flex zones" help?

4.10.19

I Spent a Week Riding Absolutely Everywhere on a Segway

From tourist spots to a meeting at the office, I wanted to understand whether being on a Segway feels as ridiculous as it looks.

7.25.18

There's an Entire Instagram Account Devoted to Destroying Rideshare Scooters

The account Bird Graveyard features footage of the scooters getting burned, thrown off buildings, pooped on, and tossed into the ocean.

9.22.17

Uber’s License Has Been Revoked in London

The headlines say it's a ban, but will you still be able to taxi home drunk next weekend?

8.3.17

How a Group of Engineers Hacked a 113-Year-Old Subway System's Signs

Francis Fiorillo and his team will likely save New York City millions of dollars.

1.16.17

This 3D Transportation System Will Probably Change The World

Shweeb-Can's SkySMART seeks to soar over Niagara Falls by 2016.

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11.9.16

Several Dead and 50 Injured After Tram Overturns in London

Ambulances have taken some 51 people to the hospital, some of whom are seriously injured.

9.29.16

Breaking the ice with London commuters

VICE News meets the man who is trying to change London with buttons saying "Tube Chat?" on them.

7.14.16

Canada’s Nuclear Material Risk Assessment Won’t Look Into Unsafe Practices

Should nuclear safety stay business as usual?

6.23.16

People Want Autonomous Cars to Protect the Greater Good, But Only After Them

We want other people's cars to sacrifice their passenger if it means saving more lives, but we wouldn't buy one ourselves.

5.19.16

Uber Responds to the 32 Rapes Reported Against Its London Drivers Last Year

New figures show that 32 rape or sexual assault claims were made against London Uber drivers in the last year. We ask the company how it's keeping women safe.

4.22.16

Uber Drivers Will Stay as Contractors Following $100M Settlement

Drivers in California and Massachusetts had demanded they be reclassified as employees, in a class action lawsuit being closely watched by other industries which use independent contractors.

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