Smarter vehicles are changing the way we spend time on the road
Nendo models Theory's New York stores flow after successful urban planning principles.
Haptic feedback might be able to reduce accidents caused by in-car distractions.
A miniature model gives us a glimpse into a chaotic urban environment with 100,000 tiny peeding cars.
Is riding closely behind another cyclist to save energy poor etiquette?
A non-profit group studies the most dangerous cities in the U.S. for walking and Florida is at the top.
Moscow Ministry of Internal Affairs tackles road safety with an app that augments reality. Users can instantly see car-related deaths, accidents and injuries that may have occurred in that particular area.
In his final year of Graphic Design, at the University of Brighton, Pete Dungey has created a series of installations on British roads to highlight the dire need for road maintenance.