Elon Musk's the Boring Company aims to dig and build a network of tunnels underneath LA in order to ease the traffic. He recently revealed his outline during a TED conference.
Turn rush hour woes into electricity? We're in.
Dubai has also signed on to purchase 200 self-driving taxis from Tesla as it aims to make quarter of its transport modes self-driving by 2030.
A large chunk of the tiger population dies every year and countries aren't slowing the slaughter down.
A group of artists filled a street in Toronto with thousands of books as a way to fight pollution, noise and traffic.
Poaching is usually the reason why wildlife population, especially those that are of high market value, decreases exponentially. With their by-products demanded by consumers, or by being a potential pet, the animals are always in the light of danger. But this is not the case of snow leopards. Though partly correct, a recent study found out that what actually endangers snow leopards is the retaliation of nomad communities.
A new study says that wild owls' efficiency in hunting decreases up to 89 percent due to traffic noise.
Air pollution on London’s roadways is experiencing a drop in total measurement. Further steps can be taken to continue eliminate this problem.
Idling in traffic jams can increase exposure to pollutants by up to 40 percent — luckily some easy changes can help lessen that number.
The streets of Paris will be completely free of traffic jams, the sound of horns and exhaust fumes for one whole day in September.
"Their speed, lane position, and reaction times to hazards were all affected." Below are some tips for staying alert while on the road.
Although rhino poaching decreased slightly in South Africa, experts say 2015 was a record breaker for illegal rhino kills across the entire continent.
Bluebirds are able to increase their songs and lower their pitch to compensate for increasing background noises that otherwise inhibit communication between them and their potential mates.
It is widely known that automobiles contribute a great deal to air pollution, and it turns out red lights in particular are air pollution hotspots, exposing you to nanoparticles that contribute to respiratory and heart diseases, new research says.