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Environmentalists say the proposed bridge from Sicily to mainland Italy would damage local ecosystems.
African Unity Road linking Algiers to Lagos nears completion
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Budapest says goodbye to the iconic Ikarus bus
Almost everybody from the Hungarian capital Budapest knows the loud noise of the iconic Ikarus buses. But after over 50 years in services, the old, rattling blue vehicles were retired from public duties.
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French carmaker Renault says it will open 200 fast charging stations by mid-2024 across France, Belgium, Italy, and Spain.
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The new Citroen all-electric family car that could power your home
The four-seater Citroen “oli” is an all-electric vehicle designed to be versatile, eco-friendly and affordable. Can it help families ditch their traditional cars?
Reducing car use can help you manage your finances more than you know
Making driving an attractive option overlooks the hidden costs of using your car. Reducing use can help save you money and help the environment.
Are e-scooters good for the planet?
They're cheap, fast, pleasant, practical and of course, electric. But are e-scooters really good for the environment?
Uber faces French resistance as it lists Paris taxis on its app
Paris could once again be a tough nut to crack for the ride-hailing giant.
Have plug-in hybrid cars had their run? Here’s how they compare to EVs
They've been described as "the car industry's wolf in sheep's clothing" by Greenpeace, but how bad are plug-in hybrids really?
New routes: how is Ukraine getting its grain out?
Euronews' Hans von der Brelie travels to Romania and Ukraine to witness firsthand the frantic efforts to get Ukraine's grain out of the country.
Wales lowers speed limit to 20 mph to cut car use and save lives
The Welsh parliament has passed a law bringing down the speed limit on all residential roads and busy streets to 20 mph (30 km/h). Not everyone is pleased.
Amazon to swap vans with e-cargo bikes and on-foot delivery staff
Your Amazon parcels could soon come with a lower carbon footprint.
Battery or hydrogen? Truck makers are facing a fork in the road
Truck makers are also under pressure to go electric, but they need to decide whether conventional batteries or hydrogen is the way to go.
Super EVs: The electric cars smashing speed and distance records
These concept models offer an exciting glimpse into the electric vehicles of the future.
EVs are in high demand. Are Europe’s charging stations up to speed?
Are you considering switching to an electric car? Here are three things you need to know about Europe's charging infrastructure.
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.
US road safety standards finally make way for autonomous cars
The updated rules replace outdated language that assumed a vehicle would always have a human driver and manual controls.