Metropolitan areas around the world struggle with the same problem: More people means more traffic. But what if a significant portion of people living in cities relied on cycling or other modes of active transport?
While we’re all annoyed when our latest electronic gizmo conks out after just a few months, by now it’s not all that surprising. But a bike? Surely a bike should last longer, right?
Here's how to spot an unfixable bike designed for the dump.
This week we’re joined by University of Virginia Associate Professor Peter Norton, to talk about his new book "Autonorama: The Illusory Promise of High-Tech Driving." Norton discusses the false promises of automakers and technologists and the mobility solutions that are already in front of us.