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Years of neglect in Rome is letting down its disabled citizens, including Dario Dongo is a lawyer and activist. Euronews follows his daily commute.
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Conference in Turkmenistan promotes sustainable transport development in landlocked countries
In times of ongoing turbulence, encompassing the conflicts, economic hardship and pandemics, landlocked countries face a unique set of challenges.
US gets even with China by cancelling 26 flights in retaliatory move
The US has responded in kind after China cancelled 26 flights by American, Delta and United Airlines over passengers testing positive for COVID-19.
'Barbarian!' Aussie tourist charged after moped ride through Pompeii
The tourist from Down Under sped through the site for 1.5km before he was stopped by police.
Solar-powered tricycles ease burden for Zimbabwe's small-scale farmers
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China expands freight train network with line from Hefei to Budapest
A freight train carrying goods from Hefei in China's Anhui province to Budapest in Hungary was launched on Friday, marking the first-ever freight trip between the two cities.
BMW controversy: Are subscription extras the future of cars?
Car buyers will increasingly be faced with subscription models for things like heated seats and driving assistance technologies.
More than 500 women sue Uber over sexual assault claims
The complaint alleges that women passengers in multiple US states were sexually assaulted by Uber drivers with whom they were paired through the app.
SpaceX Starship booster rocket bursts into flames during ground test
The incident deals a likely setback to Musk's aim of launching Starship to orbit this year.
How countries in Europe are tackling the use of electric scooters
E-scooter rentals in Europe have boomed in recent years. Countries are increasingly regulating their use in a bid to curb injuries and deaths.
Is reshaping how we use our cities the key to leading happier lives?
The 15-minute city is a concept that responds to the climate emergency by ensuring that everyone can meet their essential needs within a small radius of home.
Promote urban ecomobility with vouchers and methods to prevent bike theft
The city of Pisa has launched a new app with the help of the European Union to encourage collective and carbon neutral transport.
Amazon drone deliveries to take off in California this year
This would be a major milestone for Amazon’s drone delivery project, which has been almost a decade in the making.
EU lawmakers back ban on new combustion engine cars from 2035
The legislation would prohibit the sale of new cars powered by petrol or diesel.
Could underwater tunnels finally link up the remote Scottish isles?
Inspired by the Faroe Islands, one British politician is keen to link up the Scottish islands through a series of tunnels - but is this a good idea?
French jetpack inventor ‘doing well’ after lake crash
Franky Zapata was seen plunging about 15 m into a lake over the weekend.
Meet the Entrepreneurs: Vilhelm Hedberg
Meet the Entrepreneurs speaks to Vilhelm Hedberg, the founder of ‘ekar’; the Middle East's first and largest personal mobility company, headquartered in Dubai.
E-scooter crashes up by 280% last year in England, Scotland and Wales
Politicians are questioning whether the scooters can still make a positive contribution to London’s transport ecosystem.
Supply chain snag: Europe’s wooden pallets hit by Ukraine war
The war and Western sanctions are making it harder for businesses to find the pallets they need to move their goods around - and the Russian army may be feeling the squeeze too.
Angola uses the Lobito corridor as a vehicle for investment and growth
Angola is privatising the port of Lobito and the Lobito corridor railway with the goal of creating business opportunities. It is expected to be the boost the country needs to open a gateway from the Atlantic to the mineral-rich regions of the DRC and Zambia.
Oil price rise threatens Germany’s road haulage industry
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sent oil prices rocketing, as supply is hit with impending import bans from various countries. It's threatening Germany's road haulage industry, which heavily relies on diesel
Watch: Tunisian engineer builds fully electric, solar-powered car
The founder and CEO of Bako Motors, hopes his device could provide a greener, cheaper alternative for his city’s residents.
Ukraine travel: Railways run extra train services for refugees
Some countries are offering free tickets to Ukrainian nationals.
Farting Teslas recalled for breaking safety rules
An over-the-air update will disable a feature that played loud noises outside the car after authorities raised doubts over pedestrian safety.