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Vulgo’s Top 19 Most Influential Women in Mobility: What Is The Future of Mobility?

On Aug 1, 2019
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
RT @shared_mobility: Don't forget to check out our latest 'Women In Shared Mobility' blog post where we feature @VulogTech's 19 most influential women in #mobility and discuss their thoughts on the future of mobility. Read here: https://t.co/DLOuupk3H1 #sharedmobility https://t.co/9vVxFuSlTl
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This month for our Women in Shared Mobility series we take a look at Vulog's top 19 influential women in mobility and their thoughts on the future!

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On Aug 1, 2019
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
RT @shared_mobility: Don't forget to check out our latest 'Women In Shared Mobility' blog post where we feature @VulogTech's 19 most influential women in #mobility and discuss their thoughts on the future of mobility. Read here: https://t.co/DLOuupk3H1 #sharedmobility https://t.co/9vVxFuSlTl
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Vulgo’s Top 19 Most Influential Women in Mobility: What Is The Future of Mobility?

This month for our Women in Shared Mobility series we take a look at Vulog's top 19 influential women in mobility and their thoughts on the future!


On Aug 19, 2019
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
Read our latest #sharedmobility by region #blog post where we look at the current mobility offerings in Germany with the help of expert @AugustinFriedel of @volkswagen: https://t.co/nVi8yHA2Do! 🇩🇪 #AVs #EVs #carshare #ridehail #transportation https://t.co/5CMETXDZug
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Shared Mobility By Region: Germany

German Shared Mobility: Learn about current carshare operators, ridehailing, scooter sharing, autonomous vehicles and electric vehicles in Germany.

On Jul 25, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
RT @CornieHuizenga: Excellent report on #emobility in #Asia and #Pacific. https://t.co/7zPHj70uda https://t.co/pFdJv1bzjm
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E-Mobility Options for ADB Developing Member Countries (SDWP No. 60)

TablES, FigurES, aNd bOXES Tables 1 vehicle Power Trains 5 2 Charging Systems and Battery Packs 10 3 Typical Battery Sizes per Electric vehicle Category 11 4 Grid Carbon Factors of ADB ...

On Aug 20, 2019
@transportgooru shared
RT @SLoCaTOfficial: Case study on #Transport in LAC: The International Transport Forum @ITF_Forum supports three cities in Latin America in their 2050 transport decarbonisation activities. #LACClimateWeek #WeAreTransport https://t.co/QEa10UjqG8 https://t.co/n2nenWGSnm
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Affordable, sustainable and low carbon transport solutions in Latin America and the Caribbean

For example, Santiago’s metro system draws the bulk of its energy from solar and wind energy projects, and Bogotá is advancing plans to add nearly 600 electric buses to its BRT system.” - ...

On Jul 25, 2019
@carsharing shared
RT @SuziTart: @carsharing - thought your members might be interested in the Car Sharing Campout in Paris, 14-15 October: https://t.co/o23RMwFclc Happy to answer any questions you may have. Pls contact: [email protected] Best, Suzi (Car Sharing Campout Comms Officer)
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Let's roll!| Getting Europe up to speed

Today cities are facing an urgent demand to reduce the damaging impacts of transportation on both the environment and their citizens’ health. As they grapple with improving air quality, ...

On Aug 19, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @AC_ActDesign: For our climate, our air quality and for our health and wellbeing, a transition away from single-occupancy car travel to more sustainable forms of walking, cycling, public and shared transport options is essential in meeting our climate objectives. https://t.co/DZV5WXRSkK
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How Scotland is moving to sustainable public transport

Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity, discusses how Scotland is moving to sustainable transport.

On Aug 22, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Updated link: You're invited to SUMC's NACTO happy hour reception - https://t.co/rOOI5Je2Nh
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Meet, Mingle, and Toast Mobility at SUMC’s NACTO Reception

You're invited to SUMC's NACTO happy hour reception. Join us at Toronto’s favorite loft lounge, The Fifth Social Club, on Tuesday, September 10, 2019, for our popular annual event.

On Aug 20, 2019
@StreetsblogUSA shared
Houston voters will get to revamp their region's transit system now that a $3.5 billion bond measure is on the ballot this fall https://t.co/kjTXpyeliB
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Bond Voyage! Houston Faces $3.5B Transit Decision

Houston has a once in a generation opportunity to modernize its transit system this fall — and the city hopes to learn from Nashville’s mistakes.

On Jul 29, 2019
@SiemensMobility shared
We're excited to share LRV orders from 2 of the busiest LRV systems in the U.S. @sdmts will add 25 more LRVs to its fleet, with deliveries starting in 2021, to enhance #passengerexperience. Read more: https://t.co/pyr7th3Wsn https://t.co/7X1mlBn2Ok
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San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System Orders 25 Light Rail Vehicles

San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) has awarded Siemens Mobility a contract for 25 S700 Low-floor Light Rail Vehicles. These cars will operate the entire 53-mile double-tracked ...

On Aug 14, 2019
@smartcitiesdive shared
Federal investment in transportation and water infrastructure has declined substantially from almost 6% of total federal spending in the 1960s to only 2.5% as of 2017. https://t.co/VZMrU4KRUi
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Decreasing federal investment in public transit is threatening mobility options

Public transportation is a key part of our nation's infrastructure, but without increased and committed investment, it risks falling into disrepair.

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On Aug 6, 2019
@BombardierRail shared
Our #INNOVIA #monorail 300 system is coming soon to #Cairo! Two fully-automated monorail lines will increase mobility for citizens and reduce traffic congestion in Egypt’s capital. Learn more: https://t.co/koj8ItgLz3 #TogetherWeMove #CITYFLO #rail #train #sustainability #safety https://t.co/ZZAyeHkvoW
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Flagship performance in monorail systems

Bombardier’s award-winning INNOVIA Monorail 300 system provides mass transit capacity with iconic aesthetics.

On Aug 18, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
The auto industry has a vision for cities with #autonomous vehicles, and with its auto-centric focus that treats #cyclists, #pedestrians and #bus riders as second-class citizens, it looks pretty dystopian. https://t.co/lzTMjEujed
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Autonomous Car Industry’s Frightening Vision for Cities

Cattle gates for pedestrians in NYC. “Antiseptic cities.” This is what auto industry officials tell the New York Times they envision for self-driving cars.

On Aug 1, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
BMW's mobility off-shoot @reachnow shut down its #carsharing service in Portland and Seattle in light of the company's joint venture with Daimler citing "realignment" as the culprit. https://t.co/ZQqZJP43Ic
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BMW ReachNow car-sharing service shuts down in Seattle and Portland following joint venture deal

Peace out, ReachNow. BMW’s car-sharing service abruptly ceased operation Wednesday, ending a mobility program that included 1,000 free-floating vehicles used by more than 100,000 members ...

On Aug 12, 2019
@smartcitiesdive shared
As cities look to congestion pricing to help unclog gridlocked streets, questions remain about who should be charged and how much they should pay. @chris_teale https://t.co/AW3QSGJcdv
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'Free roads are not really free': Can cities make congestion pricing equitable?

Some suggest toll exemptions, others support rebate-based systems. But questions remain about who should be charged and how much they should pay.

On Jul 25, 2019
@thetransitfan shared
RT @VIAwesome: Vancouver has the best public transit system in North America https://t.co/xFhNgffFBb https://t.co/658d8THu1W
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Vancouver has the best public transit system in North America

“Hard work and dedication” has led TransLink to be recognized as the best large public transit system in North America.

On Aug 20, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @CityLab: Who is behind the effort to stop the expansion of Phoenix's popular light rail and rapid bus system? You might not be surprised. https://t.co/iAZcjWPbu7
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Phoenix’s Light Rail Future Is Under Attack

In Phoenix, anti-transit groups with ties to the Koch brothers are trying to halt long-planned additions to the city’s light rail system.

On Aug 1, 2019
@ITF_Forum shared
The world's emerging economies are fertile ground for radical and creative mobility solutions ITF's @willjdunc explores innovations born out of need in the Global South in our latest blog https://t.co/XjYR1Es27M
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Born out of need: How the Global South is driving transport innovation

Government-supported innovation is helping the Global South become a leading force in the future of transport.

On Aug 19, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @Iwona_Skowronek: Advanced #TrafficManagement in #Pittsburgh reduced travel times by 26%, wait times at intersections are down 41% and vehicle #emissions have been reduced by 21% #GHG #transport #decarbonisation #sdgs #smartmobility #ITS #smartcity #climateaction #SUMP https://t.co/8DVf05VC94
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Advanced traffic management is the next big thing for smart cities

Using video, analytics and artificial intelligence to unclog roadways isn't just good for vehicle emissions reductions. These technologies could become the foundation for more efficient and ...

On Aug 15, 2019
@mobilityweek shared
"To build the cities of the future, we must get out of our cars," says @rkunzig, Senior Environment Editor, @NatGeo. Do you agree? https://t.co/dDs4JQ3fe6 #MobilityWeek #WalkWithUs!
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To build the cities of the future, we must get out of our cars

Remaking healthy urban areas means repairing damage done to communities once blown apart to serve the automobile.

On Aug 11, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
The US is synonymous with spread-out, car-focused #transportation—with a history of 3.6 million deaths since 1899 and escalating pollution problems to show for it. In this light, @NewYorker asks, "Was it all a mistake?" https://t.co/bQ2KUytxMY
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Was the Automotive Era a Terrible Mistake?

For a century, we’ve loved our cars. They haven’t loved us back.

On Jul 31, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
RT @gavinlohry: Autonomous buses that run set routes seems to be the best use case for AV's under current technology. Could cost effectively allow for smaller buses with more frequent service. Seems like learning set routes would be safer & easier. Thoughts @SafeSelfDrive https://t.co/uINb0CwMrk
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Autonomous buses in public transport, a driverless future ahead? Pilots are multiplying

Autonomous bus pilots are multipliyng. The technology is ready, the regulatory frameworks not yet, the public not even. But the autonomous bus pilots