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The Case for the Slow City

On Aug 12, 2019
@katiefehren shared
RT @CityLab: "When the most exciting urban transportation innovation of the decade is cheap little rented vehicle that struggles to hit 15 mph, perhaps it’s time to admit that urban mobility solutions don’t necessarily involve flying taxis or Teslas-in-tubes." https://t.co/Tt5SeIXXZJ
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From New York City to Portland, urban speed limits in the U.S. are tumbling. Are fast-paced Americans ready to embrace life in the slow lane?

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On Aug 12, 2019
@katiefehren shared
RT @CityLab: "When the most exciting urban transportation innovation of the decade is cheap little rented vehicle that struggles to hit 15 mph, perhaps it’s time to admit that urban mobility solutions don’t necessarily involve flying taxis or Teslas-in-tubes." https://t.co/Tt5SeIXXZJ
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The Case for the Slow City

From New York City to Portland, urban speed limits in the U.S. are tumbling. Are fast-paced Americans ready to embrace life in the slow lane?


On Aug 22, 2019
@DigitalTrends shared
Porsche invests in sensor tech designed to see through fog and rain https://t.co/xskapSKqWJ
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Porsche invests in sensor tech designed to see through fog and rain

Porsche has invested in Israeli startup TriEye, which claims to be developing more effective sensors for cars. Use of shortwave infrared should allow these sensors to see through fog, ...

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