solar traffic sign Articles

  • West Lake Fire Department case study

    Austin, TX The West Lake Fire Department faced a unique traffic control challenge. With their station being located on the middle of a hill, oncoming traffic could not see their trucks as they pulled onto the road. To address this problem, StarCom Solar was asked to create a flashing traffic control saftey sign that the truck driver can activate with a hand held remote as he leaves the ...


  • Mayor announces London’s low-carbon zones

    Boris Johnson today announced areas to trial low-carbon zones in the capital, reports Envido. The Mayor of London unveiled today the capital's first 10 'low-carbon zones', which are to receive more than £200,000 to fund low-carbon zones that include installing rooftop solar panels, electric car recharging points and introducing “low-carbon zone energy doctors”. Johnson announced that ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Are self-driving vehicles good for the environment?

    Autonomous transportation has lots of advantages. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions could be one of them. Can autonomous cars be a boon for the environment? The transportation sector is the second largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, accounting for 27 ...


    By Ensia

  • Zero emissions day: What it is and why we need it

    Today is September the 21st – a day that didn’t hold any particular significance until a simple observation occurred in the 1980’s. Ken Wallace, father of a newborn daughter, realized, after witnessing the local neighborhood pizzeria truck, parked, running and driverless, combined with the surrounding traffic that “Stopping all this for a bit would be most excellent for ...

  • Dozens of U.S. Cities Board the Bike-Sharing Bandwagon

    When New York City opened registration for its much anticipated public bike-sharing program on April 15, 2013, more than 5,000 people signed up within 30 hours. Eager for access to a fleet of thousands of bicycles, they became Citi Bike members weeks before bikes were expected to be available. Such pent-up demand for more cycling options is on display in cities across the United States—from ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

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