Browsing the "Transportation" Category

Half Of Americans Would Pay More Taxes For Better Roads

June 13th, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

  A new study by AAA finds that 51% of Americans would be willing to pay higher gasoline taxes if the extra money would pay for better roads. And they say they would be more likely to support political candidates who support spending more money on&hellip


Time To Come Clean About Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles

June 4th, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

Critical. Re: Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles/Environment. This letter deals with the three fundamental flaws in the promotion of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles that seeks to exploit public concern for the environment and to trigger a profoundly counterproductive&hellip


The 8 Best Cycling Cities in the US [Infographic]

May 21st, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

I love my adopted home town of St. Louis, but I must admit: I thought bicycle culture wouldn’t necessarily take off here (except among the hardcore). I was wrong: we’ve now got miles and miles of bike lanes, and a Downtown Bicycle Center for the&hellip


Solar Vehicles In India

May 16th, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

While solar vehicles are still rather more of a curiosity than a practical transportation solution — for most purposes anyways — the technology is slowly improving. And, for that matter, it is/could-be well-suited to certain specific environments&hellip


ACT Expo / NGV Conference Summarized | Driving With Gas

May 13th, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

At the ACT Expo / NGV Conference, I learned more about natural gas than I ever thought I’d want to know. The morning of day 2 began with a presentation by ExxonMobil on the rosy future of the fossil fuel industry. It was like watching a stork with&hellip



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