In Indonesia, city buses accept plastic bottles as payment for a ticket.
'Solidarity is not a crime,' argued protesters in Lyon who said the city's public transport network is imposing a €150 fine on people who give their tickets to other passengers
Spanish capital clamps down on electric scooters but with hundreds more planned for the city conflicts with drivers are inevitable
His colleagues say the teenager insulted the driver after dangerously crossing the street in front of the bus.
Japanese carmaker Toyota will invest a whopping 427 million euros (500 million dollars) in Uber as they join forces to develop self-driving cars.
French Senate approves lower house's measures that will end jobs-for-life, early retirement, and annual pay rises, but the unions promise more strike action.
The European Business Summit in Brussels has looked into the growing pace of electromobility now that the internal combustion engine appears to be near the end of its useful life.
Out of 13 European capitals, which had the best public transport system, road safety and air quality?
It is the third time in just over a decade that the East Coast Main Line concession has been terminated
Emirates city plans to pioneer new technologies.
The Enterprise Europe Network finds funding for innovation, helping to access new international markets.
Extremely poor visibility in the Indian capital caused hundreds of flights to be suspended and dozens of trains to be cancelled on New Year's Day.
Hundreds of frustrated passengers were stranded at London Stansted Airport on Wednesday night because of 'adverse weather'
One line of inquiry into deadly derailment in Washington State will be whether the driver, accompanied by a trainee conductor, was distracted
Tokyo is trialling an app allowing a pregnant women to send a message when she wants a seat, which will then look for pre-registered users who have said they are willing to give up theirs.