Passengers might think twice before blaring music, sneezing on strangers, or falling asleep drunk on the subway with these charming posters spotted in Japan.
The new site maps tweets -- many of them rather angry -- about transport in the UK and lets you search for places and subjects.
The startup hopes bicycle-phobic people will like its lightweight three-wheeler, whose battery gives it a 30-mile range before pedaling.
A showcase of vehicle concepts at Stanford University's Center for Automotive Research hints at how we'll be navigating city streets in the near future. Time to rethink the four-wheeled car.
IBM commuter survey finds unhappy commuters are showing more interest in public transit and tech tools to reduce traffic congestion.
Thomas Pink's $90 Commuter Tie doubles as an MP3 storage device and comes in hot purple and other non-subtle shades.
Moving beyond radio and CDs, new tools shown off at DemoFall offer custom streaming content via cellular or Internet.
For a month starting Monday, billboards in four major U.S. cities will push the Web-based Google Apps service as an alternative to traditional office productivity software.
By the end of the year, crossword and Sudoku apps will mean the alcohol-soaked brains of commuters need no longer wrestle with War and Peace on the train
Device flashes a digital sign that tells everyone where you're headed for. That way, should you nod off, a fellow passenger might alert you before your stop.