Powering trains with solar panels and giving free transit passes to kids were some ways to improve transportation and mobility put together by Curbed. Photo: Denver RTD

Powering trains with solar panels and giving free transit passes to kids were some ways to improve transportation and mobility put together by Curbed. Photo: Denver RTD

Powering trains with solar panels, giving free transit passes to kids, providing bike parking, and becoming a member of a transportation management program, are some of the 101 ways to improve transportation in cities put together by Curbed for its inauguaral Transportation Week.

The website looked to cities around the world for inspiration and sought feedback from urban thinkers.

Touted as "small things that can make a big impact," the list is divided up into actionable categories including, What You Can Do; What Businesses Can Do; What Your Neighborhood Can Do; What Your City Can Do; and What Your Government Can Do.

From signing up for an autonomous vehicle program (No. 1) to looking to the future, which focuses on the development of Hyperloop systems (No. 101), the list compiles cool ideas for improving transportation and mobility.

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