- Discusses San Jose Light Rail versus automobile, and others, very clean graphics
- Illustrates that light rail in the United States is terribly underutilized and thus very inefficient
I was very surprised to see how much cars have improved, efficiency-wise. In the last 30 years, cars have become 30% more efficient!
Electric vehicles are the clear winner, however. Check out this graph from Coyote Blog:
Even more interesting is that my bicycle is less efficient than an electric scooter. I wonder if this is due to regenerative braking? Maybe this is a mistake.