A Small Danish Suburb Is a Lab for the World's Smartest Streetlights

If you happen to drive through Albertslund, Denmark starting next month, you could become part of a massive experiment on the future of street lighting. The Copenhagen suburb is getting hundreds of smart lamps connected to all sorts of sensors. It makes sense this would happen in Albertlunds—a suburb already known for… » 8/11/14 4:54pm 8/11/14 4:54pm

Why Don't More Cities Have E-Bike Shares?

This week, Madrid became the first European city to launch a fully electric bike share system for its residents. It works just like a regular bike share, but better: An electric motor kicks in to help with pedaling, and most importantly, give you an extra push up hills. Why isn't this standard for bike shares… » 6/24/14 4:56pm 6/24/14 4:56pm

Scout II Down On The Copenhagen Street, With Bonus Saab 96

This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition » 8/25/08 2:30pm 8/25/08 2:30pm, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than the . Of all the vehicles you expect to see parked on the street in Copenhagen, a late-70s IHC Scout II is probably down near the bottom of the list. Yet has spotted this '78 or '79 Scout II on…