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Future Of Mobility

On Apr 4, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @CityLab: To help get essential workers around, cities around the world are revising traffic patterns, suspending public transit fares, and making more room for bikes and pedestrians. https://t.co/NDOfFU5LOZ https://t.co/FESWAH7Cr2
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The Cities Reshaping Their Streets Under Coronavirus

The Cities Reshaping Their Streets Under Coronavirus

To help get essential workers around, cities are revising traffic patterns, suspending public transit fares, and making more room for bikes and pedestrians.

On Apr 2, 2020
@foeeurope shared
RT @RightToEnergy: A new study finds extreme disparity in the use of energy between the rich and poor. The top 10% consume roughly 20 times more energy than the bottom 10%. https://t.co/tJ2PoBhEpe
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Shining a light on international energy inequality

Shining a light on international energy inequality

The study examined energy inequality for income classes across 86 countries, from highly industrialised to developing nations. Among all the countries and income classes in the …

On Apr 3, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @TransAlt: Baby blockades in the Netherlands led to one of the most bike-friendly nations in the world. Find out how they made it happen. https://t.co/Qtq7B85wVv
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On Mar 31, 2020
@TheICCT shared
The NHTSA/EPA #CleanCars rollback reduces annual fuel economy improvement for new LDVs from 5% to 1.5% and projects no increase in EV sales. It is fundamentally flawed, based on incorrect data and an unsound cost-benefit analysis. Our full statement: https://t.co/3sx23ZGZDf https://t.co/NnyLbYiQZ4
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The SAFE rule is fundamentally flawed

The SAFE rule is fundamentally flawed

March 31, 2020 (Washington, D.C.) — Earlier today, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection ...

On Apr 4, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @pv_reynolds: Will the pandemic lead more people to start biking? https://t.co/5g8cvHQ0qy
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Coronavirus is causing a biking surge—can it last when cities open up again?

Coronavirus is causing a biking surge—can it last when cities open up again?

Biking is suddenly the safest and most convenient way to get around a lot of cities—and cities are responding by making it easier to bike. But when people can start driving to work again, ...

On Apr 4, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
The Trump administration, aided by the @EPA, is set to make a rollback on standards that will dramatically increase US carbon emissions. This will bring irreparable damage to our #environment, air quality, & nullify measures fighting #climatechange now. https://t.co/pvrP5PvLs4
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Trump Administration, in Biggest Environmental Rollback, to Announce Auto Pollution Rules

Trump Administration, in Biggest Environmental Rollback, to Announce Auto Pollution Rules

The Trump administration has finalized new fuel efficiency standards, lowering expectations from 54 miles per gallon by 2025 to 40 miles a gallon by 2030.

On Apr 6, 2020
@SiemensMobility shared
#Technology like Next Gen Ticketing allows a simple, easy & quick ticket purchase by offering cashless payment from any location. Learn more: https://t.co/FJ3A0orZkU #multimodal #infrastructure https://t.co/COjqUilBwY
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Next Generation Ticketing – the smartest way of payment

Next Generation Ticketing – the smartest way of payment

Next Generation Ticketing reduces complexity and makes ticketing more comfortable and smarter than ever. The traveler doesn't need any knowledge of the fare system.The system automatically ...

On Apr 4, 2020
@transportgovuk shared
RT @NaturalEngland: If you're exercising in your local countryside this weekend, act responsibly. Always remember to follow the #CountrysideCode and don't travel unnecessarily. 👉 https://t.co/c970xpMfnY #coronavirus #StayHomeSaveLives https://t.co/LOSkYchaPA
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The Countryside Code - online version

The Countryside Code - online version

Respect - Protect - Enjoy Respect other people: consider the local community and other people enjoying the outdoors leave gates and property as you find them and follow paths …