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Transportation

Covering airlines after COVID-19

The airline industry creates 11.3 million direct jobs and contributes $961.3 billion to the global GDP. The industry as a whole is a big economic driver for countries all around

EVs: The business of the electric revolution

Pollution is increasingly seen as a major downside to traditional automobiles. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a typical passenger vehicle emits around 4.6 metric tons of

Reporting on increased roadway fatalities

You may have noticed emptier streets and less congested highways following last year’s stay-at-home orders, but unfortunately less people behind the wheel hasn’t made roadways safer in the Unities States.

Covering post-pandemic tourism: The RV life

While the pandemic has been devastating for most sectors of the economy, businesses that work with recreational vehicles saw rapid growth in 2020. While many businesses in the tourism sector

Supercharge your reporting on electric cars

On Jan. 8, automotive industry giant General Motors Co. announced a surprising rebrand. It includes a new logo — startup-like, with its rounded corners, blue gradient and lowercase initials — and

Covering the impact of ridesharing

By now, most of your readers have heard of ridesharing startups like Uber and Lyft. They may also be familiar with the regulatory battles transportation startups have waged with cities

adult on a scooter

Covering the business of dockless scooters and bikes

A few years ago, rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft were clashing with cities over transportation regulation. Now on-demand, dockless electric bike and scooter rental startups like Lime (a partner with Uber),

Tips for covering autonomous vehicles

In many cities, companies like Waymo and Uber have been testing driverless cars for years. In March, an autonomous vehicle operated by Uber struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona,

Changes in the auto industry are impacting businesses well beyond Detroit. Consider your local gas station. (Image by StockSnap via Pixabay, CCO Creative Commons)

Reporting on the future of gas stations

Before long, your local gas station may be running on empty. While it’s roughly estimated that there are just over 121,000 gas stations in the U.S. today, that’s a significant

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