Helsinki’s Car-Free Dream

Helsinki has big ideas when it comes to car ownership over the next decade. In 2014, the city announced its plans to build a transit system that, in theory, will eliminate the need for residents to have a car. People … Continued

Why Free Parking is a Problem

In many areas of the country, free parking is common. But in New York City, parking will cost you an arm and a leg if you are not lucky enough to find it for free. Even when it is free, … Continued

Are You Addicted to Your Car?

There is no doubt that Americans are addicted to cars. Cars have been part of American households since Henry Ford started making them affordable for the average family (as long as they didn’t mind the color black). Even in urban … Continued

Car Sharing and The New Campus Parking Lot

How can you tell car sharing is here to stay? Simply take a look at college campuses across the nation and ask yourself this: Just how many freshmen are heading off to college with a set of car keys in … Continued

Do Car Share Members Really Drive Less?

We’ve all read the new stories proclaiming the automobile is dead. That, try as automakers might, the next generation of American’s aren’t interested in driving off into the sunset. They’re too busy pedaling their way around town on their bike, … Continued

Why Do Gas Prices Go Up in the Summer?

When it comes to sticker shock, nothing quite tops the feeling of complete and utter disbelief that many of us experience when pulling up to the gas pump. Not a weekend goes by that the price doesn’t seem to skyrocket, … Continued