Minnesota DOT releases sustainability report

July 23, 2021

Via: Transportation Today

The Minnesota Department of Transportation recently released its fifth annual Sustainability and Public Health Report. The report highlights progress toward the agency’s sustainability and climate goals and includes additional transportation resilience and public health measures. It is based on 2020 […]

Travel & Public Transit

Air Travel Rises to Post-Pandemic High Despite US Warning

November 30, 2020

Via: Transport Topics

U.S. air travelers rose to the most in more than eight months as flyers brushed aside the advice of public health officials to avoid trips around the Thanksgiving holiday. Passengers at domestic airport checkpoints totaled 1,176,091 on Nov. 29, the […]


Port of Seattle Calls Off First Two Cruises of 2020 Season

March 12, 2020

Via: World Maritime News

The said sailings were planned for April 1 and April 5. They were ‘port of call’ sailings, which means that the vessel makes a one-day stop in Seattle on its way to a different destination. “This region is in a […]


So, Self-Driving Cars Could Make Humans Unhealthier Than Ever

October 11, 2018

Via: Wired

CARS KILL PEOPLE. More than 37,000 over the course of 2017—what would statistically be considered a ‘good year.’ Big tech has a solution: Have the cars drive themselves, free of the distractions, drunkenness, and other human foibles. Flood the roads […]