We're on the road again. Getting enough COVID-19 vaccine to where it's needed in a given time frame is the next logistical hurdle.
Active travel has become attractive to a degree not seen for decades. Policy needs to follow.
Australian bicycles are largely influenced by sport, not utility. We should embrace cargo bikes for their usefulness, over speed.
The age of autonomous vehicles is edging closer to reality with the launch of a driverless taxi service in the USA.
A used electric vehicle can be yours for well under A$20,000. But supply is limited and, like with any major purchase, there are potential pitfalls.
Drivers with long commutes who rarely charge their plug-in hybrid car are likely to emit much more CO₂ than official test figures suggest.
Poor and inconsistent pricing data makes it hard to assess agricultural markets.
New bike lanes are a good idea for health and air quality, but the convenience of car travel for most journeys will remain.
Although COVID-19 measures have had a negative impact on food supply in Nigeria, there are other factors responsible for the dramatic rise in food prices.
It seems likely we are going to need radical reductions in future ownership of private vehicles as we transition to cleaner transport.
Electricity is only one part of the green energy puzzle we need to solve.
A high-speed rail network in Australia would create many benefits by reshaping cities and regional communities along its route.
E-scooters from share schemes will be legal on roads in England, Scotland and Wales from July 4.
Our new tool identifies where new cycling infrastructure can be installed.
The pandemic has forced many people to shift from public transport to car travel. But is this likely to be permanent?
Low-income and minority groups are often reliant on cheaper modes of transport, but many find cycling to work problematic.
Neighborhood characteristics like pollution from busy roads, widespread public transit use and lack of community-based health care are putting certain communities at greater risk from COVID-19.
Our research calculates how dangerous different vehicles are to other people.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has called for fewer cars and better public transport.
The transport sector could look very different after the pandemic.