In its 2021 Urban Mobility Report, Texas A&M tells us how and where Covid vastly changed our commuting time and our traffic congestion.
Whether looking at Indonesia today or the United States in 1791, moving a capital city can be somewhat similar.
Celebrating its 125th birthday, we can use the Dow Jones Industrial Average to see how the U.S. economy has changed
Where and why we move takes us to our migration patterns, to our transportation infrastructure, and to truck driver shortages.
Undergoing structural change, the 19th century British economy had the problem of factory workers that could not afford alarm clocks.
It is possible that bank runs during the early 1930s can explain the gasoline shortages created by the Colonial Pipeline hacking.
The transportation component of the Biden infrastructure bill included repairing 10,000 bridges and modernizing 20,000 miles of roads. It also has plans for air, rail, water, and public transport: The report from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)…
Choosing car colors is about more than an appearance when we look more closely at resale value, temperature, and theft.
Just one boat and one waterway, still, the Suez Canal blockage from a wedged in container ship affected the global supply chain.
Assume (when our lives return to normal) that you drove two miles to Starbucks, then 10 miles to work, and after that you went home. But later, needing gas and food, you once again used your car. Your VMT (vehicle…