The US and Canada share information from their no-fly lists, but there’s very little Canadians can do if they think they’re being flagged and delayed from boarding flights in error. It’s not just an inconvenience — it’s stigmatizing.
These Spanish freight trucks got an impressive artistic makeover.
New restrictions have reduced the number of cars on the road, but that might not make much of a difference.
The Soulbury Stone has rested in the middle of a road in the small town of Soulbury, England for 11,000 years. And if residents have their way, it will sit there for eternity.
The Hellfire missile that showed up on an Air Serbia plane and launched an international incident was insert. Turns out, it's not at all uncommon for these inert, test missiles to be transported on civilian flights.
Last winter was a tough one in Boston. In Stockholm, they kept the trains running on time, all the time. Zero disruptions. So, what's their trick?
For six decades, highway signs have had one, universal font. Then the government tried to switch it — only to run into a backlash. Now it's backtracking.
Ostensibly for their own protection, women in India often travel in sex-segregated compartments or seating areas, as well as in special "ladies only" taxis. A designer in Mumbai has kitted out a taxi with special rules "only for men."
Goods and resources move across the global market — raw materials to factory, finished goods from factory to market. But all that moving comes at a cost to the environment.
Transit maps can open up the world. But they're often tricky to read — what with their spider web of routes labeled with numbers and letters. Does it really have to be this hard?
Don't have time to get the gym this week? Here's a thought: ride the bus.