Pedestrian/Bicycle Path by Cynthia Shahan | CleanTechnica

Walkable Neighborhoods & Public Transit Are Part Of The Clean Energy Transition

By expanding renewable power, phasing out fossil fuels, electrifying as much of the economy as possible, and deploying other technologies, the U.S. can achieve its climate goals by 2050 — and a new report from UCS shows how. Transportation is the largest contributor to US global warming emissions, and we have … [continued]

Optibus Leverages Cloud Computing & Proprietary Algorithms To Digitize Fleet Resource Planning

The team at Optibus has developed a fleet resource planning and scheduling solution that it believes will define the future of transit operations around the world. We spent some time with Optibus co-founder and CEO Amos Haggiag to dig into the origins of the solution, what makes it tick and to get a better idea about how it is helping transit operators manage their fleets today.

How Crazy Are Elon Musk’s Goals?

Elon Musk has never been accused of dreaming small dreams. Transforming all cars to run on electricity. Colonizing Mars. Even his most ardent supporters were ambivalent about whether Musk could meet these visions. Now he’s massively advanced one of his key strategic milestones related to Tesla. The quarterly shareholder letter‘s first line contains … [continued]

Win-Win Transportation Solutions With Todd Litman

How Communities Can Reduce Transportation Emissions by 50% Originally published on the ECOreport. “Would we have a sustainable transportation system if all automobiles were electric powered?” asked Todd Litman, the founder and Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute. Then he added that while electric power would reduce emissions, … [continued]