Top news of the week: 31.03.2020.

#Mobility #TogetherWeMove #COVID19 #transit #TNCs #micromobility #MaaS #carsharing

Future Of Mobility

On Mar 24, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @CityLab: Public transit is in a perilous position. In addition to signaling the economy's screeching halt, bottomed-out ridership threatens to destabilize a critical industry. https://t.co/7SWhyqs9zY
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When the World Stops Moving

When the World Stops Moving

Jarringly quiet highways and empty rail cars are signs of Covid-19’s profound economic and public health impacts. Perhaps leaders can also learn from them.

On Mar 28, 2020
@BombardierRail shared
Read @rtmnews' article covering our ongoing development of propulsion, control and energy management solutions that keep a sharp focus on energy efficiency, high modularity, scalability, flexibility and a lower environmental footprint. #TogetherWeMove https://t.co/T5HjveuKOE
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Bombardier’s MITRAC: creating a legacy system for energy conservation

Bombardier’s MITRAC: creating a legacy system for energy conservation

Bombardier's MITRAC Pulse products increase energy efficiency by adding alternative energy storage solutions such as lithium-ion traction batteries.

On Mar 27, 2020
@transenv shared
Governments should pause before writing cheques: We can't pump taxpayers' money into✈️airlines, only to allow them to return to bad old days of high emissions and low tax Our support must be conditional on airlines supporting workers and the planet https://t.co/Ps20gOnNjR
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How to save airlines the right way

How to save airlines the right way

As the virus crisis continues to unfold, more and more airlines are grounding flights - some entirely. But carriers must take their responsibilities to society more seriously if they are to ...

On Mar 27, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
How are #transit agencies, #TNCs, #micromobility services, and cities handling the #COVID19 crisis? Find out in the #Mobility Hub. https://t.co/Co2GBaiyim
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: March 27, 2020

Mobility Hub Newsletter: March 27, 2020

Shared-Use Mobility Center to provide technical assistance for 25 mobility projects in 23 states through a Federal Transit Administration program We are excited to announce that …

On Mar 24, 2020
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
This month on our 'Women In Shared #Mobility' series we interviewed Katharina Wagner, Co-Founder and CEO of @oply_DE. She shares her thoughts on the future of #carsharing systems and mobility-as-a-service (#MaaS) in our cities. Watch here: https://t.co/uMHqB2bzIm https://t.co/7UAXBrke0H
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Women in Shared Mobility: Interview With Katharina Wagner of Oply

Women in Shared Mobility: Interview With Katharina Wagner of Oply

This month on the 'Women In Shared Mobility' series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Katharina Wagner, Co-Founder and CEO of Oply.

On Mar 25, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @SLoCaTOfficial: COVID-19 and the Sustainable Transport Community https://t.co/QYTfwQbhvV
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COVID-19 and the Sustainable Transport Community

COVID-19 and the Sustainable Transport Community

The COVID-19 pandemic has sent a shock wave through our society, and is permanently changing the world as we know it. We, as the sustainable, low carbon transport community, must …

On Mar 27, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @CyclingEmbassy: Cycling projects in Denmark are primarily funded by the local authorities. However, co-financing is also an option, for example through the State bike pool, private foundations, and EU funds for establishing infrastructure and other projects. https://t.co/TZWqwcTRt5
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Funding bicycle traffic in Denmark

Funding bicycle traffic in Denmark

Cycling projects and bicycle traffic can be financed by EU funds. The cycle superhighways are funded by the Danish Road Directorate’s bike pool. Danish Cyclists’ Federation receives support ...

On Mar 24, 2020
@TIME shared
What coronavirus means for the possibility of a carbon-free economy https://t.co/SkoVZ9iy9R
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What Coronavirus Means for the Possibility of a Carbon-Free Economy

What Coronavirus Means for the Possibility of a Carbon-Free Economy

The key question is whether the trillions of dollars countries spend to stimulate their economies will reduce emissions or drive them up