Studying usage in Singapore, MIT and SMART researchers find scooter rentals allow for increased sharing frequency and fewer vehicles needed.
Funding will support workshops to advance research, development, and translation in emerging areas of socioresilient and sustainable infrastructure, and in ocean environments.
Study finds simple changes in road resurfacing practices could improve gas mileage for heavy vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Concrete is the world’s most consumed construction material. Yet there’s a lot the public doesn’t know about it or its environmental impact.
With support from renewable energy sources, the MIT research scientist says, we can consider hydrogen fuel as a tool for decarbonization.
CSHub researchers have developed a pavement maintenance model that considers future uncertainties to improve performance and lower cost.
Technological innovations, policies, and behavioral changes will all be needed to reach Paris climate agreement targets.
A new method identifies opportunities to learn and adapt to changing temperature and precipitation trends.
MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub researchers outline a new pavement maintenance model that accounts for future uncertainties in cost and deterioration.
Concrete Sustainability Hub research shows life-cycle thinking has long-term environmental and economic payoffs.
One drought remedy: Keep infrastructure fast, cheap, and under control.
“Mobility of the Future” study examines how developments in technology, fuel, infrastructure, policy, and consumer preference will drive transportation changes.