Top news of the week: 21.07.2020.

Bus, Commuter rail, Rapid transit, Rail transport, New Zealand, Greater London

Future Of Mobility

On Jul 16, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @guyshrubsole: There are 50,000 ACRES OF CAR PARKS in England. This is a staggering new study by @knightfrank. Think of all the affordable housing, green spaces, bike racks and trees that could replace those car parks. Seriously. Let's do it. https://t.co/P7ifZ1D3go https://t.co/q3Ns5XR5IE
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Government owned car parks could hold the key to 110,000 new homes

Government owned car parks could hold the key to 110,000 new homes

Study highlights public sector-owned car parks could raise a potential £6 billion in land sales for HM Treasury.

On Jul 18, 2020
@danielbongardt shared
Railway Master plan for Germany approved. https://t.co/mygm39t8D2
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Railway Master plan for Germany approved

Railway Master plan for Germany approved

On 30 June 2020, the so-called railway Masterplan for Germany has been approved and presented by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI). Federal Transport ...

On Jul 15, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @justinCgio: More turmoil in the National Party as reports that Nikki Kaye is set to leave, she was deputy leader and twice beat Jacinda Ardern in her central Auckland electorate https://t.co/ZbuXqW59By
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The Bulletin: Kaye departure reports signal massive changes in National

The Bulletin: Kaye departure reports signal massive changes in National

Good morning and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Nikki Kaye reportedly set to quit politics, clearer indications of what response to renewed community transmission would be, ...

On Jul 15, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @toddniall: Auckland Council Budget: Goff confirms proposed 3.5 per cent rates rise, 500 jobs cut, plus there'll be more fines, and fewer buses https://t.co/M8xvRndpmO
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Auckland Council Budget: 3.5 per cent rates rise, 500 jobs cut, and more fines

Auckland Council Budget: 3.5 per cent rates rise, 500 jobs cut, and more fines

Auckland Council's grim budget picture has got slightly better, but more fines, and staff cuts are still on the cards

On Jul 20, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @RAeSTimR: English Electric? UK start-up, Electric Aviation Group (EAG), reveals concept for 'whisper-quiet' 70-seat hybrid-electric airliner to enter service in 2028 #FIAConnect #avgeek https://t.co/nSSQ174d1v https://t.co/zjyTJRHIlr
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Electric Aviation Group Unveils World's First Hybrid Electric 70+ Seater Aircraft

Electric Aviation Group Unveils World's First Hybrid Electric 70+ Seater Aircraft

/PRNewswire/ -- A pioneering design for a Hybrid Electric Regional Aircraft which will deliver a technical and commercial entry point for sustainable mass air...

On Jul 16, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Catch the latest Mobility Hub newsletter with #sharedmobility media & SUMC resources. https://t.co/Z1U9qQq1oM
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: July 16, 2020

Mobility Hub Newsletter: July 16, 2020

SUMC News and Announcements Last month, the Shared-Use Mobility Center hosted representatives from AARP Public Policy Institute, the National Center for Mobility Management, …

On Jul 16, 2020
@greenestcity shared
RT @WeAreHub: The @CityofVancouver is looking for volunteers to map hot spots and cool spots across the city. They need cyclists and electric vehicle users to help us in the world’s 1st low-carbon heat mapping program. 🛣️ 🚲 . To apply to volunteer, visit: https://t.co/u8RzFXDHtr https://t.co/J2sqAnGMkT
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Volunteer Interest Form: Heat Watch Vancouver

Volunteer Interest Form: Heat Watch Vancouver

Greetings! Thank you for your interest in supporting your local CAPA Heat Watch campaign. The City of Vancouver is looking for active volunteers to join a one-day citizen science campaign, ...

On Jul 19, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @GreaterAKL: National’s $60 Billion+ Transport boondoggle https://t.co/xgweSzZqty
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National’s $60 Billion+ Transport boondoggle

National’s $60 Billion+ Transport boondoggle

Over the last 10-15 years transport policy has increasingly become about who can spend the most, not who can spend the best. Nowhere was that more evident than the