Imagine ordering food at your favorite restaurant and having it show up at your office or living room a few minutes later. This is the idea of Pipedream Labs, who want to connect restaurants, supermarkets and homes with an underground delivery system.
Here is my very last transportation news of the year 2023. Read about buses that generate parking tickets and also about some new underground news.
An American startup is on a mission to change rail freight forever. They want to introduce self-driving, autonomous freight cars. The idea is to make rail freight more flexible and cost-effective, and to get more freight on the rails. Let’s take a look at what the future of freight could look like.
Nuclear container ships, new maglev plans and parking for SUVs in Paris are the topics of this week’s transportation news roundup.
Well, just about everything needs energy. But there are a few transportation systems that use energy that is already available and not used for anything else. In this article, I want to show you three solutions that require no oil to be pumped, no coal to be burned, and no electricity to be generated.
Drought, drones and maglevs: These are the transportation news stories I found noteworthy in the last two weeks.