Toyota decided to bet on hydrogen as an alternative fuel some years ago. As the next big step in its strategy, the Japanese company will introduce a fleet of 100 fuel cell transportation vehicles in time for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The new buses, which are expected to become part of the City, were already launched earlier this year, with the aim of acclimatizing Tokyoites to their use. Continue reading
Intercity buses have long had a dubitable reputation among the American public. Quite unfairly, we might add, as they have become one of the most efficient modes of transportation in the 21st century.
Still, when most Americans think about buses, school trips or overcrowded public transportation might be the first thing that jumps to mind. If you look at the rest of the world, however, it’s a whole different story. Continue reading
You’d better watch out! Santa and his methane-emitting reindeer are coming to town and are about to leave a carbon footprint of apocalyptic proportions!
Our only wish this Christmas is for Santa to ditch Rudolph and his gang and save the world from an environmental catastrophe.
Do you want to do your fair bit for the environment? Then try rethinking your commutes and long-distance trips and take the bus instead.
Knowing that buses are the greenest way to travel, we asked ourselves the question:
What if all Americans ditched their automobiles and instead traveled by bus?
The results are staggering.
It’s not every year that two of the greatest indie acts come back from an artistic break to wow the crowds again. This year Radiohead surprised the world by delivering one of 2016’s most beautiful soundtracks after a five-year hiatus, while LCD Soundsystem decided to get back to what they do best after officially breaking up in 2011.
Easy to see why thousands will be flooding to San Francisco and L.A. The question is, do they know what the best and cheapest way to get there is?
There is something memorable about each All-Star Weekend but this year one of America’s most beautiful stadiums will be the perfect backdrop to find out whether the NL can break the AL‘s 3-year winning streak. If you’re traveling to San Diego and want to know what the cheapest way to get there is and what to do once you’re at petco park, keep on reading! Continue reading
It’s that time of the year when we get to do what we do best: celebrate our nation’s independence. If you’re still on the fence about where to see the fireworks this year or if you’re looking to renew your patriotism, look no further. We have put together the ultimate list of cities where to celebrate this year’s Independence Day.
There is absolutely no doubt that the Copa America USA 2016 will be a historic event. The first Copa America was celebrated 100 years ago and it is one of the oldest sports competitions from the modern era and the world’s oldest continental soccer competition. It will also be the first time the tournament will be hosted outside South America with America having the honor to celebrate the Copa’s 100th anniversary (No pressure, Team USA). Continue reading
The Invictus Games aren’t about triumphalism or patriotism but about union, courage and resilience. Still, Team USA handed a crushing defeat to its British counterpart during the basketball tournament finale to take the gold medal home… again *cough, cough, we told you so, Prince Harry*. The Invictus seek to strengthen the bonds that make our nations great and that’s why, instead of making us revel in sweet victory, the latest edition of the games founded by Prince Harry has brought us even closer to our neighbo(u?)rs across the pond. Continue reading
megabus is celebrating its 10th anniversary of eco-friendly travel in the U.S. The bus operator, which now provides an eco-friendly travel alternative to over 50 million customers and connects more than 120 major cities and hubs, was launched during Earth Month on April 10, 2006. Continue reading