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Raf van Hulle's journey took him through Germany, Ukraine, Russia, then Kazakhstan before riding into China, cycling an average of 270 kilometres daily.
According to the designer, Hydropace is a cross between a Hydrofoil racing boat, which lifts itself up off the water upon reaching a certain speed, and the Shinkansen high speed bullet train used in Japan.
While Saskatchewan chose to wind down its provincial bus service last year, the Alberta government is doing the opposite.
The dockless program has “gone incredibly well” and ridership is, “great and really comparable with other cities like St. Louis.”
The conversation about electrifying transportation tends to focus on private passenger vehicles, but there are other EVs on the road and buses may be on the frontline.
Hyundai is coming out with one of only a few new all-electric vehicles in the entire auto industry this year: the Kona Electric.
Thunder Bay’s Kasper Transportation, currently operating, in Ontario and Manitoba, but is looking to expand west.
Ottawa is looking at 'what paths forward there are.'
Get ready for a hybrid F-Series truck.
“We are thrilled to see more schools taking advantage of zero-emission solutions to protect our children from harmful diesel emissions,” says Motiv’s founder and CEO.
Electric car producer Tesla will build its first factory outside the United States in Shanghai under an agreement signed Tuesday, becoming the first wholly foreign-owned automaker in China.
New homes built in the U.K. will soon be required to have charge points for electric vehicles, according to the government’s Road to Zero report.