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Questioning mobility as a service: Unanticipated implications for society and governance

On Oct 15, 2019
@drkarenlucas shared
RT @contourgeek: My latest paper, with @MilosPlanner @dimilakis and Dominic Stead, is published Open Access so all can read it. We deliver the first critique of the persuasive rhetoric about #MaaS & conclude that it can't deliver without strong public sector oversight https://t.co/TmS68aEvxp
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In this paper we focus on the development of a new service model for accessing transport, namely Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and present one of the f…

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On Oct 15, 2019
@drkarenlucas shared
RT @contourgeek: My latest paper, with @MilosPlanner @dimilakis and Dominic Stead, is published Open Access so all can read it. We deliver the first critique of the persuasive rhetoric about #MaaS & conclude that it can't deliver without strong public sector oversight https://t.co/TmS68aEvxp
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Questioning mobility as a service: Unanticipated implications for society and governance

In this paper we focus on the development of a new service model for accessing transport, namely Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and present one of the f…


On Nov 9, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Finnish @maas_global app @WhimappFI has launched in Vienna, its first Central European market, with support for public #transport and taxis, with #carsharing and #dockless #scooter options slated for future integration. https://t.co/gP2JRSZUCW
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Mobility-as-a-Service heads to Vienna as Whim launches

Whim is said to be the first available Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solution that enables services of this kind in the Austrian city of Vienna.

On Nov 6, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
RT @TomBamonte: Bold prediction: “In the next 15 years, drivers in big cities may trade cars for car-sharing services and electric shuttles and cut car ownership by 70%.” https://t.co/d18Wnp542N
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How autonomous vehicles will change car ownership

In the next 15 years, drivers in big cities may trade cars for car-sharing services and electric shuttles and cut car ownership by 70%.

On Oct 17, 2019
@SiemensMobility shared
RT @HaConTimetable: Everybody is talking about #MaaS, but what does this concept imply exactly? Read our little “MaaSterpiece” to learn more about Mobility as a Service from A to Z! For further reading, visit our website: https://t.co/eipHrx2Kj6 #passengerexperience #CombinedPowerForMobility https://t.co/zPBkVnoAkT
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Mobility as a Service

We work on establishing Mobility as a Service. Our apps make intermodal travel easily accessible. A video about the app Min Rejseplan shows how MaaS works in Denmark.

On Nov 7, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
The Latest shared mobility news, a workshop, and Where is SUMC? https://t.co/xsS3SPYPAz #sharedmobility #transit #technology #micromobility #sustainability
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: November 7, 2019

Minneapolis, MN | Advancing Microtransit Projects in the Twin Cities November 14, 2019 | 8:30 am – 10:30 am University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center Join the ...

On Oct 31, 2019
@FIAFdn shared
“Unless women are represented and their transport needs are met, the work towards sustainable transport will be fundamentally undermined” - Deputy Director @sheilawatson100 Learn more about #SUM4ALL's Global Sustainable Mobility Roadmap w. @WorldBank https://t.co/ntthIKFMbf
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Global ‘Roadmap of Action’ launched to shape future of mobility

The Sustainable Mobility for All (SuM4All) initiative launched the Global Roadmap of Action toward Sustainable Mobility (GRA), a guide to support country decision-makers to achieve ...

On Oct 18, 2019
@transportgooru shared
RT @VolpeUSDOT: Did you miss @NYURudin Associate Director Sarah Kaufman’s talk about creating an inclusive vision of intelligent #transportation? We’ve got you covered. Read a recap or watch highlights from her talk now: https://t.co/43jp9c2sw4 https://t.co/LD43sDkUhR
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Sarah Kaufman: Making Sure Intelligent Transportation Gets Everyone There

Sarah Kaufman, Associate Director of the New York University (NYU) Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management, spoke at the Volpe Center on September 19 about "An Inclusive ...

On Nov 2, 2019
@drkarenlucas shared
RT @GlennLyons2: "The future of transportation is not about inventions. It’s about choices." This is a really excellent article in my view - I encourage people to give it a read. Especially if you feel you have been seduced by the siren sound of technology... https://t.co/aXI4DtvKga
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The Hyperloop and the Self-Driving Car Are Not the Future of Transportation

It’s there, not surprisingly, that U.S. transportation has shown its greatest technological advances: Elon Musk’s electric car company Tesla, Alphabet’s self-driving project Waymo, the ...

On Nov 11, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
@stvnsnthn Here is my list of urban mobility and urban planning podcasts. https://t.co/7XJ0CvCgUe
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Podcasts on urban mobility and urban issues: a LONG list

As part of my preparations to start podcasting, I have been searching for more urban mobility and urbanism shows . So I thought I would sha...

On Oct 31, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Check out our #Chicagoscooter feature and the most impactful #sharedmobility news of the week. https://t.co/maTDRW6Nti
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: October 31, 2019

We believe in sharing information, just like sharing cars, bikes, and scooters, so if there’s anything additional you’d like to see, just drop us a line. Partnerships and Programs Vancouver ...

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On Oct 28, 2019
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
This month on our shared #mobility by region series we look at the current offerings available in the #sharedmobility market of #Poland. For this article, Adam Jędrzejewski (@AdamJedrz), the Founder and CEO of @MobilneMiasto, shared his insights with us: https://t.co/qQg892AGup https://t.co/gVY47k3twE
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Shared Mobility By Region: Poland

Shared Mobility Poland: Learn about the current carshare operators, ridehailing, micromobility offerings and ev adoption across the region.

On Oct 23, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
RT @urbanizationist: The trackless tram discussion trundles along today via new contributions from: @trnsprtst, with a moderately critical blog post: https://t.co/r5XWN9oNjL And Peter Newman, with a moderately supportive @ConversationEDU article: https://t.co/EZlGVO4NxT
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On Trackless Trams

Zhuzhou, Hunan, China has deployed a segment of `trackless trams’ (map – it runs on the north-south route in the center of the map in this Olympics district). The technology, explained …

On Nov 4, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @CityLab: "Why do we expect sidewalks to be something that’s optional, while at the same time there’s this huge spigot of funding for state and federal roadways? We design that inequity right into the street, and it’s reinforced by law and regulations and policy." https://t.co/meuEvZoLgQ
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Why the Bus Got So Bad, and How to Save It

TransitCenter’s Steven Higashide talks about his new book, "Better Buses, Better Cities."

On Oct 25, 2019
@transportgooru shared
RT @SharedUseCntr: Shared and Electric #Mobility Survey, new SUMC job openings, and the latest #transportation news inside this week's Mobility Hub newsletter. https://t.co/X5jmr6YPfK
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: October 25, 2019

This follows recent suits filed in California against dockless mobility companies about similar sidewalk access barriers. Transit Mayor Lori Lightfoot has announced that Chicago will ...

On Oct 23, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Billions of dollars and years of development later, @Dyson has officially killed its anticipated #EV project after having difficulties finding a buyer for the project's design. https://t.co/v0AbkuaLpm
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Dyson is canceling its ambitious electric car project

Billions of dollars in development later, Dyson will end its plan to produce an EV by 2021.

On Nov 3, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
@alon_levy @capntransit @greg_shill Or maybe 80% a thing. These days I think of the various transport-city types as a heuristic. Useful but not really precisely or scientifically defined by data with clear cutoffs. See https://t.co/CjdpUlzqEm
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Transport-based City Types and their Trajectories

I want to help you get perspective on your city and its transport system with the help of simple city types based on their dominant trans...

On Nov 1, 2019
@smartcitiesdive shared
Cities can leverage existing real estate like lampposts to become the IoT magnet for many city services not offered today. https://t.co/eT5EJaAWPg
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Turning everyday street lights into smart city superstars

Cities can leverage existing real estate like lampposts to become the IoT magnet for many city services not offered today.

On Nov 7, 2019
@ITF_Forum shared
RT @copenhenken: Have interesting ideas about #cycling that you want to tell the world? Apply here! Two more days! https://t.co/RybqHVFKQ2
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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Ljubljana, the European Green Capital 2016, which is committed to sustainable development, is hosting such an important bicycle conference, VELO-CITY 2020.

On Nov 10, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Where is the future of San Antonio's #transportation headed? Officials, community leaders, & advocates want the region to grow out of car-focused planning to get more people taking #transit, walking, #cycling, & riding shared #scooters/bikes. https://t.co/iS7aVgpRc9
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San Antonio Stopped at a Transportation Crossroads

Commentary: After 75 years of engineering San Antonio's network of streets and highways to accommodate individuals and their automobiles, the time for change has come.

On Nov 6, 2019
@StreetsblogUSA shared
There were lots of transit initiatives on the ballot around the country. Here’s how the big ones fared (get it? That’s a transit pun!). @aaronshortstory has the scoop: https://t.co/MT7u5h52y7 https://t.co/sARh2GiO8x
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ELECTION ROUNDUP: Transit (Mostly) Wins

Voters across the country showed that they support transit.

On Oct 18, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
RT @DonaldShoup: Coastal Commission OKs San Diego policy wiping out parking requirements https://t.co/iUzrw5Ti8e
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Coastal Commission OKs San Diego policy wiping out parking requirements

Commission rejects staff suggestion, calls policy, which affects transit areas only, visionary