Those ‘Welcome to California’ signs could be no more if this plan to split California into six different states is realised.
But the implications go way further than signage.
When gasoline is cheaper than in any country on earth, why take public transport? This is the problem Caracas is battling, and despite launching new public transport infrastructure, low ridership and traffic congestion remain a problem for the city.
So what is the transport solution for Caracas? We investigate.
Miami has a big idea for the future of rail in the state, offering luxury services on a fully-private network. But is it a good idea?
Tere García Alcaraz on the challenge of finding a sustainable transport solution in Caracas.
Read more facts on cycling in the UK right here.
Drew Reed on plans for an all-private, luxury train service in Florida.
Infographic: public transport around the world.
After spending €15bn on over 2,000 new trains, The French train operator SNCF discovered they were too wide for thousands of platforms across the country. Those platforms are now being remodelled.
Yep, in just one day - a day where all odd-numbered number plates weren’t allowed to drive in the city - air pollution improved from between 6% and 30%.
GIF of my “Highways of the United States" Maps
Cargo bikes: The new way to move kids, stuff and pizza
Portland, Ore., is ground zero, but working bicycles are catching on everywhere for people who want to leave their car in the garage.
It turns out moving stuff around the city by bike is fast and cheaper than automobile.