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On May 29, 2020
@SusanShaheen1 shared
Delighted to share my latest article (5/28/2020) published in Transfers Magazine, titled: "Going My Way: The Evolution of Shared Ride and Pooling Services." Please see: https://t.co/0i5tfSyQmk #sharedmobility #pooling #carpooling #TNC #ridehail #paratransit #taxi #ridesplitting https://t.co/uKOhSicd9U
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Going My Way? The Evolution of Shared Ride and Pooling Services

Going My Way? The Evolution of Shared Ride and Pooling Services

The rise of pooling has reshaped how we get around — and who we travel with

On May 31, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @MazzucatoM: Proud to be part of this story on new economic thinking and so cool all are women! Even better 3 out of 5 are in @IIPP_UCL (@CarlotaPrzPerez Honorary Professor & @StephanieKelton Advisory Board)! (@KateRaworth of course also part of our extended family) https://t.co/a9enrluje6
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5 Economists Redefining… Everything. Oh Yes, And They’re Women

5 Economists Redefining… Everything. Oh Yes, And They’re Women

Five female economists are revolutionizing their field by questioning the meaning of everything from ‘value,’ and ‘debt,’ to ‘growth’ and ‘GDP.’ They are united in one thing: their ...

On May 29, 2020
@humantransit shared
RT @CityLab: "If you talk, you produce aerosol. If you talk louder, you produce more, so the loud-talking guys on the train are possibly the worst spreaders of the virus," explains Dr. Julian Tang, professor in the Department of Respiratory Sciences at @uniofleicester. https://t.co/zHmlxsj0NZ
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How to Safely Travel on Mass Transit During Coronavirus

How to Safely Travel on Mass Transit During Coronavirus

To stay protected from Covid-19 on buses, trains and planes, experts say to focus more on distance from fellow passengers than air ventilation or surfaces.

On May 29, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Top news and commentary on #sharedmobility + a statement from our executive director in this week's Mobility Hub issue. https://t.co/T8jrB2KKOE
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: May 29, 2020

Mobility Hub Newsletter: May 29, 2020

Shared Mobility Benefits Calculator Update The Shared Mobility Benefits Calculator is already getting a great new addition to reflect how work habits have substantially changed as …

On May 27, 2020
@the_IRU shared
2019 was another challenging year of change for the #roadtransport industry. What have we done for, and with, our members to keep the world in motion? Download and read our #2019annualreport https://t.co/HK4C8eFHmA https://t.co/Xmk5wL4phH
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On May 29, 2020
@StreetsblogUSA shared
Cities around the world are finding astonishing new ways to keep COVID-19 infections low *and* transit ridership high. So why is @CDCgov recommending that employers pay their workers to drive alone to work — breaking with the @WHO? https://t.co/S0BtZd6WnA
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Feds Seek Incentives to Encourage Driving (Which Will Accelerate the Other Pandemic — Traffic Violence)

Feds Seek Incentives to Encourage Driving (Which Will Accelerate the Other Pandemic — Traffic Violence)

Federal officials want to incentivize urban driving, claiming it will reduce the spread of COVID-19. Here’s why they’re wrong.

On May 27, 2020
@Energy4Europe shared
RT @IEA: The share of clean energy in total investment will rise towards 40% in 2020 because of the sharp decline in fossil fuel spending. But in absolute terms, clean energy investment is still far below levels needed to achieve a lasting reduction in emissions https://t.co/vazTbyG0kj https://t.co/56hXcUCyGL
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World Energy Investment 2020

World Energy Investment 2020

World Energy Investment 2020 - Analysis and key findings. A report by the International Energy Agency.

On May 31, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @reglasgow_web: Glasgow City Council is planning to give 25 kilometres of city centre road space to pedestrians and cyclists as part of pandemic physical distancing measures. https://t.co/VXmcsUBcPZ
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MILES Of City Centre Parking Lanes Set To Be Switched To Walking And Cycling Under Covid-19 Plan

MILES Of City Centre Parking Lanes Set To Be Switched To Walking And Cycling Under Covid-19 Plan

GLASGOW City Council is planning to give 25 kilometres of city centre road space to pedestrians and cyclists as part of pandemic physical distancing measures. The proposal affects nearly ...