As the global population increases, so does the number of cars in our city streets and roads. Engineers, policy makers, scientists, and urban planners around the globe have been brainstorming ways in which cities can be more pedestrian-friendly while lowering CO 2 emissions. A good number of large cities worldwide are finding successful ways to extract vehicles mainly from their urban center. Since the 1980s, cars have progressively improved their fuel efficiency to almost double while lowering their emissions by more than 95 percent. Despite the dramatic improvements, many major cities around the world are still engulfed in a daily cloud of smog. Even in a state like California, which demands the toughest emission standards, Los Angeles leads the list of U.S. cities for poor air quality. Today, there is a very dynamic movement to switch to all-electric cars as soon […]