Coalition 'gambles' on making Austria carbon neutral by 2040

Austrias's first coalition between conservatives and Greens announced it would aim for carbon neutrality by 2040 as it laid out a plan Thursday for the country to be a European "forerunner" to protect the climate.

How transit scaling shapes cities

The research, published in Nature Sustainability, analyzed data collected from 48 metropolitan areas in the United States, including New York, Boston, Minneapolis and Atlanta, which showed a positive correlation between ridership, ...

Taj Mahal gets air purifier as Indian capital chokes

New Delhi banned half the Indian capital's private cars from its roads on Monday as the megacity's 20 million people spluttered with stinging eyes in the worst pollution in three years.

The hidden traffic impacts of private schooling

In Australia today, just over 40% of secondary school children and almost 30% of primary school children attend a private school. By contrast, in the UK only 7% of children are privately educated.

Geneva's commuters embrace multimodal transport, survey reveals

Why do some people cycle instead of taking the bus? Why do others drive rather than traveling by train? Two factors—price and journey time—have long determined how commuters choose to get to work. But much has changed ...

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