The new fuel has an unexpected side benefit, too — 12 percent fewer emissions than conventional fuels.
After World War II, the vast United States built out its interstate highway systems while other nations focused on rail systems. Can America ever make significant upgrades to its bedraggled public transit systems?
Coming at you this week at a high rate of speed: an express train between Los Angeles and Las Vegas and a 3-D printer that can print a house.
Positive Train Control systems use satellite and computer data to monitor trains and prevent them from going too fast.
Train travel, in general, is safe, but data on crashes suggest there may be safer places and ways to sit on a train.
A passenger train derailed and overturned in Philadelphia, killing at least seven people and leaving a horrific scene of mangled metal and broken glass.
This week on Tasty Tech, we have a cappuccino-brewing robot, clear clay and the fastest train in the world.
A man and his friend travel by cargo train across the Mauritania Railway, a 700-kilometer journey in a country crippled by terrorism, slavery, and poverty. Find out why they take this dangerous ride.
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