The University of Melbourne is the first institution in Australia to have its nitrogen footprint calculated – it's 139 tonnes per year, mainly because of food production, energy use and transport.
It's annoying when your bus route gets off schedule or when buses bunch together. Why has it taken engineers so long to fix the problem?
A Heathrow expansion is going to benefit the rich and hurt the poor.
Daily routine affects how much polluted air we breathe.
Far from setting us free, autonomous vehicles are set to enable new forms of surveillance and oppression.
Transport policies in European cities are on a collision course with the tech industry's ambitions for self-driving cars.
Insects aren't known for having big brains, and slime moulds and fungi don't have any. So how do they solve challenges that test the ingenuity of human transport engineers?
New Zealand has set itself a goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050, and a recent report by the Productivity Commission lays out how it could hit that target.
It might not be effective now, but the development of self-driving vehicles could be a game changer for public transport services.
Even using public transport is better for your health than travelling by car.
TfL's money troubles worsen, as passenger numbers fall for the first time in two decades.
High-speed rail for Australia has been on the drawing boards since the mid-1980s but has come to nothing. Three states are developing medium-speed rail with federal funding, but NSW is missing out.
Trains and trams get most attention, but 'tweaking' bus transit can transform cities. Buses can be more cost-effective and deliver better service, especially for small to mid-sized cities.
Sweden's smart road allows electric cars to charge in motion. But alternative technologies might be a better option.
Electric cars might be a quick fix to clean up transport, but the problems with cars go beyond just emissions.
New analysis reveals just how little is spent on cycling and walking projects around Australia. No state's spending on cycling is more than 1.5% of its road funding.
Transport infrastructure has such an impact on what kind of city we become that more democratic planning is long overdue. But public consultation is typically limited and focused on design issues.
The congestion charge has helped to ease traffic and raise funds. But the rise of Uber and other private hire vehicles have raised unforeseen challenges.
Buses are set to be replaced by private and autonomous vehicles – but it's not clear how society is going to deal with it.
The overall analysis of the results of the new Energy Market Barometer confirms that the road to a change in the dominant mobility model is still long.