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KAIST Launches First Road-Charged OLEV Electric Buses in South Korea

KAIST Launches First Road-Charged OLEV Electric Buses in South Korea

Several years ago the Korean Advanced Institute of Technology (KAIST) unveiled their On Line Electric Vehicle (OLEV) charging system, which promised to charge cars and even city buses wirelessly through

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LightRails: Dark Alabama Underpass Springs to Life With a Rainbow of LED Lights

LightRails: Dark Alabama Underpass Springs to Life With a Rainbow of LED Lights

The 18th Street underpass features delicate Art Deco architectural details, and passes through the popular Railroad Park in Birmingham. It connects two major areas of the city, the Parks District and the

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Man Attempts 1,200 Mile Journey in Solar-Powered ELF Bike/Car

Man Attempts 1,200 Mile Journey in Solar-Powered ELF Bike/Car

Organic Transit's ELF has grown from a Kickstarter project into an amazing personal transit vehicle, and now a 65-year-old man from Cambridge is attempting to ride the 1,200 miles from Durham, North

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Rainshader Helmet-Shaped Umbrella Can Withstand 40 Mile-Per-Hour Winds

Rainshader Helmet-Shaped Umbrella Can Withstand 40 Mile-Per-Hour Winds

When caught in the rain, there's nothing worse than being hit by a gust of wind only for ones umbrella to transform from a protective shade to a mangled pile of metal and plastic. But a British company

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Toyota Begins Testing Compact Winglet Personal Mobility Robot in Japan

Toyota Begins Testing Compact Winglet Personal Mobility Robot in Japan

Toyota has announced that it will begin public testing of the Winglet, a personal transport assistance robot that is ridden in a standing position, much like a Segway. Toyota says that the Winglet was

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MAN’s New Concept S Cargo Truck is More Efficient, Larger and Safer

MAN’s New Concept S Cargo Truck is More Efficient, Larger and Safer

Articulated trucks are famously inefficient and can be dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians. The European Commission recently announced plans to change the rules governing the size of trucks to make

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Volvo Unveils Innovative Self-Parking Car!

Volvo Unveils Innovative Self-Parking Car!

Volvo has been working on autonomous vehicle prototypes under its SARTRE road train project for a while, and now the company has revealed a new technology that enables cars to park themselves! The

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Sasaki Associates Reimagines a Disused Area of Detroit as a Creative Community Hub

Sasaki Associates Reimagines a Disused Area of Detroit as a Creative Community Hub

The first phase of the TechTown District Plan would be to instate the central plaza. This plaza would serve as the creative hub of the area, with market-style moveable and flexible “collaboration

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High-Flying Elevated Bikeway Proposed for London’s Regents’ Canal

High-Flying Elevated Bikeway Proposed for London’s Regents’ Canal

The pathway along London’s Regent’s Canal can be treacherous, as pedestrians and bicyclists struggle to move along without bumping into each other and falling into the waters below. To alleviate the

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Pedaling Pianist Strikes a Chord With His Homemade Piano Bike

Pedaling Pianist Strikes a Chord With His Homemade Piano Bike

Pianos aren't generally thought of as the most portable of musical instruments, which makes tickling the ivories almost always an indoor activity -- but staying cooped up inside to play wasn't what

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London Cycling Campaign Debuts Bike-Friendly Truck Design To Reduce Cyclist Fatalities

London Cycling Campaign Debuts Bike-Friendly Truck Design To Reduce Cyclist Fatalities

One might assume that designing a truck is far outside the realm of an organization dedicated to bikes, but the LCC got a head-start by incorporating technologies used in another type of truck: garbage

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Soundscraper Transforms Vibrations from City Noise Pollution into Green Energy

Soundscraper Transforms Vibrations from City Noise Pollution into Green Energy

An entry in the 2013 eVolo Skyscraper Competition, the Soundscrapers would be constructed near major motorways and railroad junctions, prime locations for capturing ambient vibrations. A sound-sucking

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Hitachi Unveils Smartphone-Operated Autonomous ROPITS Robocar

Hitachi Unveils Smartphone-Operated Autonomous ROPITS Robocar

Turn on your smartphone or tablet, pick a destination on the map and ROPITS self-driving vehicle will do the rest! Hitachi’s new single-seat transport robot was designed to maneuver its way through city

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London Unveils $1.51 Billion Bicycle Master Plan With 15-Mile Bike Highway

London Unveils $1.51 Billion Bicycle Master Plan With 15-Mile Bike Highway

London bikes photo from Shutterstock London is about to get a Holland-style bike-ability makeover, as Mayor Boris Johnson just announced a $1.51 billion master plan to improve the city's bicycle

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Deconstructed 1940s Citroën H Van Transformed into a New Parklet for San Francisco

Deconstructed 1940s Citroën H Van Transformed into a New Parklet for San Francisco

The old truck was donated by the Rapha Cycle Club, which had an old Citroën that someone had found "in a barn in France in the 1940s," the Cycle Club's John Maniquis told The Atlantic Cities. Beyond

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Volvo Introduces the World’s First Car Equipped With Pedestrian Airbags

Volvo Introduces the World’s First Car Equipped With Pedestrian Airbags

Swedish carmaker Volvo has unveiled the world's first car with external airbags to ensure the safety of pedestrians and protect them from serious head and neck injuries. The airbag is located under the

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OOIIO Architecture Proposes Efficient New Headquarters for Iceland’s Vigdis Foundation

OOIIO Architecture Proposes Efficient New Headquarters for Iceland’s Vigdis Foundation

Iceland's Vigdis Foundation is devoted to the preservation of Icelandic culture and values, and for the foundation's new headquarters OOIIO Architecture has proposed a dynamic building that will host

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IPV Delft’s Floating LED-Lit Hovenring Bridge Keeps Cyclists Out Of Traffic in Eindhoven

IPV Delft’s Floating LED-Lit Hovenring Bridge Keeps Cyclists Out Of Traffic in Eindhoven

Completed in the summer of 2012, Hovenring is an impressive 72 metres in diameter, suspended by cables that originate from a 70-metre pylon installed at the center. Twenty-four cables are attached to

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Vilamarina Housing Complex Faces a Self-Irrigating Park Outside of Barcelona

Vilamarina Housing Complex Faces a Self-Irrigating Park Outside of Barcelona

The growing area of Viladecans was once hampered due to the lowlands and waterways that meander through the area. With Batlle i Roig’s plan, the once unusable waterways were transformed into public

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NAIAS 2013: Cadillac Unveils 2014 ELR Extended Range EV at Detroit Auto Show

NAIAS 2013: Cadillac Unveils 2014 ELR Extended Range EV at Detroit Auto Show

The ELR is powered by GM EREV technology that is uniquely tuned for Cadillac in the ELR. It combines pure electric drive and an efficient, range-extending 1.4L gasoline-powered electric generator capable

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NAIAS 2013: Mercedes-Benz Debuts New Hybrid Version of 2014 E Class Sedan

NAIAS 2013: Mercedes-Benz Debuts New Hybrid Version of 2014 E Class Sedan

Mercedes has redesigned the grille and a few other exterior bits on the new E-Class, but for the first time ever customers can opt for two different faces on the E-Class. The automaker continues to pack

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US Safety Agency Wants Hybrid and Electric Cars to Make More Noise

US Safety Agency Wants Hybrid and Electric Cars to Make More Noise

Most hybrid and electric cars don't combust fuel at slow speeds, which makes them virtually silent. It's a peaceful way to travel, but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration fears that these

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Lexus Unveils Autonomous Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle at CES 2013 – But it Isn’t Fully Driverless

Lexus Unveils Autonomous Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle at CES 2013 – But it Isn’t Fully Driverless

Today Toyota and Lexus unveiled a high-tech autonomous vehicle at CES 2013 that could pave the way towards self-driving cars in the near future. Although it isn't fully driverless, the Advanced Active

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Proposed Light Rail System by HASSELL to Change Transit in Sydney

Proposed Light Rail System by HASSELL to Change Transit in Sydney

As cities all over the world begin to reinvent their sustainable means of transportation, Sydney, Australia is getting on the bandwagon with the help of HASSELL, Arup and Aurecon. The New South Wales

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Navia Driverless Electric Shuttle Reduces Traffic (and Pollution) in Pedestrian-Heavy Urban Areas

Navia Driverless Electric Shuttle Reduces Traffic (and Pollution) in Pedestrian-Heavy Urban Areas

Google may have captured all the headlines with its driverless cars, but it's not the only one experimenting with autonomous vehicles. Induct, a mobility solutions firm based in France, has developed

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Humanix’s iSAVE-SC1 Electric Vehicle is a Pillow Cushion on Wheels

Humanix’s iSAVE-SC1 Electric Vehicle is a Pillow Cushion on Wheels

If you have ever dreamed about floating around in your own cloud, your dream just got one step closer to reality thanks to Humanix’s iSAVE-SC1. The iSAVE is essentially a mobile cushion that protects

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The Looping Festine Lente Bridge Opens in Sarajevo

The Looping Festine Lente Bridge Opens in Sarajevo

The loop-de-loop bridge stretches at a picturesque point on the Mijacka River, connecting the historic stone walls on the right bank to the lush grounds of the domed former church on the left. Stretching

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Volvo Developing Accident-Avoiding Self-Driving Cars for the Year 2020

Volvo Developing Accident-Avoiding Self-Driving Cars for the Year 2020

Volvos have always been marketed as some of the safest vehicles on the road - and now the automaker is working on "crashproof" cars with next-gen collision avoidance systems that could hit the streets by

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Cities Without Ground: A Handy Guidebook That Maps Out All of Hong Kong’s Pedestrian Walkways

Cities Without Ground: A Handy Guidebook That Maps Out All of Hong Kong’s Pedestrian Walkways

Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook is a new book that maps 32 networks of interconnected above- and below-ground pedestrian walkways in Hong Kong. Written by a team of architects (Jonathan D

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Siemens Headquarters to be the First LEED Platinum Office Building in the Middle East

Siemens Headquarters to be the First LEED Platinum Office Building in the Middle East

The Siemens Headquarters by architects Sheppard Robson in Masdar City, Abu Dhabi is anticipated to be the first LEED Platinum office building in the Middle East, and it could set a new standard for

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