Imagine a world without bikes. No really, imagine it. It’s pretty funny. There's an entire Subreddit devoted to it, and it's probably one of the best uses of Photoshop anyone has come up with. Read More >>
Yesterday saw the announcement of the Architzer A+ Awards, showcasing smart and simple architecture in everyday life. Let's take a look at a few of the favourites from the worlds of urbanism and transportation. Read More >>
Cyclists can now finally ride the Van Gogh-Roosegaarde bike path in the Dutch town of Nuenen, which is coated in light-emitting paint and embedded with small, mosaic-like LEDs that suck power from a nearby solar array. Charging all day, it glows nearly all night.
Here's a dirty secret about systems like the Boris bike: Bikes don't end up distributed evenly across the system, so most cities use trucks to shuffle the bikes around to where they're needed most at different times of day.