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'Do we care about the public?': Cities weigh free public transit amid rising costs

On Feb 24, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
The free-transit conversation is getting nationwide coverage, and the potential quality of life improvements for day-to-day users help to explain why, but the service will need to be reliable and accessible for everyone for it to work. https://t.co/sR3844kvOa
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Progressive lawmakers across the U.S. say mobility is a human right and want their residents to be able to freely move around their cities, no matter their income.

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On Feb 24, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
The free-transit conversation is getting nationwide coverage, and the potential quality of life improvements for day-to-day users help to explain why, but the service will need to be reliable and accessible for everyone for it to work. https://t.co/sR3844kvOa
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'Do we care about the public?': Cities weigh free public transit amid rising costs

Progressive lawmakers across the U.S. say mobility is a human right and want their residents to be able to freely move around their cities, no matter their income.



On Feb 26, 2020
@SiemensMobility shared
#MaaS empowers all of us! We highly benefit from MaaS platforms supported by intelligent algorithms, seamless #ticketing & #bigdata #analytics. Watch out for #hafas2020 conference by @HaConTimetable and @eos_uptrade or learn more here: https://t.co/2q390sJcbz #passengerexperience https://t.co/31Kec3keEM
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Mobility as a Service

We work on establishing Mobility as a Service. Our apps make intermodal travel easily accessible. A video about the app Min Rejseplan shows how MaaS works in Denmark.

On Feb 20, 2020
@transportforum shared
Are electric scooters the future of #transport in the city? #urban https://t.co/u87WNwN8iq https://t.co/FdCYpD2Eic
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Are electric scooters the future of transport in the city?

E-scooters are taking over cities across Europe, but regulation still struggles to keep up with this fast-growing market which could help solve the problem of mobility in our congested ...

On Feb 20, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @herrie_sch: Shared Mobility in Africa’s Rapidly Growing Cities - webinar led by Herrie Schalekamp on 25 March 7-8pm CAT https://t.co/DCKCuFQIif via @meetoftheminds
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Shared Mobility in Africa’s Rapidly Growing Cities

On March 25, 2020, Meeting of the Minds will host a free, live webinar featuring Herrie Schalekamp of the Centre for Transport Studies, University of Cape Town. Legions of motorcycles, ...

On Feb 24, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @StefanGossling: A comment on urban transport change: "Why cities need to take road space from cars - and how this could be done." https://t.co/YaGQ2TpmVk
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Why cities need to take road space from cars - and how this could be done

(2020). Why cities need to take road space from cars - and how this could be done. Journal of Urban Design. Ahead of Print.

On Feb 26, 2020
@mobilityweek shared
Read here to learn more about how #SouthKorea's Bike to work challenge, which was held as part of #mobilityweek 2019, is leveraging technology to tackle climate change https://t.co/j83NTEsSPm https://t.co/qt9VqOIPhG
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Moving in the right direction: How the first Korean “Bike to Work Challenge” is leveraging technology to tackle climate change

By Tu My Tran, Senior Officer, Sustainable Mobility, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability Contributors: Yongseok Oh (Daegu Council for Sustainable Development), Heecheol Yun ...

On Feb 21, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
A new bill making its way around Georgia wants to remove the requirement that allocates fuel tax funds strictly for work on road projects and allow for any #transportation-related program to benefit, including public #transit. https://t.co/tpGtEmrIg9
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Gas Taxes May Not Be Just For Roads Anymore In Georgia

The Georgia State Senate may finally let transportation leaders use fuel tax dollars for sustainable transportation — and not just endless infrastructure for cars.

On Feb 24, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @DonaldShoup: Too many new leaps in transportation just entrench the power of cars. Older technologies have yet to be used to their full potential. https://t.co/pdBl9gkbXt via @slate
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The Hyperloop and the Self-Driving Car Are Not the Future of Transportation

Getting people around in new, different ways relies mostly on technologies that we have had for a while.

On Feb 26, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @bradplumer: Making streets safer for walking and biking would also have big climate benefits. But many mayors who ostensibly support climate action still neglect this stuff. Another great @AWalkerinLA piece: https://t.co/HHWajKZz53
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Safe streets are the best tool we have to combat climate change

Driving short trips because walking and biking doesn’t feel safe is one reason transportation emissions keep going up.

On Feb 24, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @BrentToderian: The U.S. is the only one of 80+ nations that refused to sign a new declaration on road safety. For extra lunacy, their dissenting statement cited the #climateEmergency, sustainability, “modal shift” etc as reasons to NOT sign. Via ⁦@carltonreid⁩ https://t.co/VTIDQTt3Ii
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U.S. Only Nation To Dissociate From Global Declaration On Preventing Road Deaths

The U. S. has refused to sign up to a new declaration on road safety.

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On Feb 25, 2020
@LSECities shared
"There is a way for London to move from car factory to car-free." @Erica_belcher @centreforlondon on how the design of new developments influences #transport modes: https://t.co/1DQNNkiIfS Great food for thought for our upcoming events: Shaping London & Experiencing Density. https://t.co/8K0mgMcScE
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Erica Belcher: There is a way for London to move from car factory to car-free

London is not alone in its desire to harness new urban mobility and create liveable neighbourhoods that prioritise walking and cycling. But, depending on where you live in the capital, ...

On Feb 19, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @Cities_Today: The latest edition of Cities Today News was packed with #mobility and #innovation features. Missed it? You can still read it here: https://t.co/iSBdmC5iL3 Subscribe now to receive our #newsletter directly into your inbox! 👉 https://t.co/8Edo0ibaNu. https://t.co/hZZDlEgPPf
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On Feb 21, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @patrickmorgan: "Road transport is the lowest hanging fruit we have for reductions. It is the bit that has had the least focus, yet it is achievable." https://t.co/sggVglh7a7 @CyclingActionNZ
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Hit the lowest hanging fruit to cut carbon

If we just focus on a few things within road transport, we’ll be well on our way to meeting climate change targets.

On Feb 21, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @SeanCycles: @RantyHighwayman @GBCycleEmbassy An example of how transport works in the UK. 1/ Wiltshire Council declares a climate emergency. Very trendy at the moment. @wiltscouncil https://t.co/9mirGGNjza
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On Feb 20, 2020
@humantransit shared
RT @joshuaschank: Everyone Needs To Stop Assuming Autonomous Vehicles Are Going To Be Safer Than Humans https://t.co/N8YFMonBkz
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Everyone Needs To Stop Assuming Autonomous Vehicles Are Going To Be Safer Than Humans

Articles about how autonomous vehicles are almost here and how big a deal it’ll be aren’t exactly uncommon, but this one from a couple of days ago over at Interesting Engineering struck me ...

On Feb 25, 2020
@moovelUS shared
Uber and Lyft generate 70 percent more pollution than trips they displace: study https://t.co/2waLf5asbN via @Verge
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Uber and Lyft generate 70 percent more pollution than trips they displace: study

It’s a tall order, but both companies have shown a willingness to reduce their carbon footprint

On Feb 21, 2020
@Uber shared
@MonaEmadM شكراً علي اقتراحك، احنا لسه بنطور من خدمة أوبر باص علشان تناسب احتياجتكم واقتراحك ورأيك ببساعدونا. تابعينا هنا: https://t.co/MMFe44lFHg علشان تعرفي كل جديد.
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Introducing Uber Bus—your daily commute

متحمسين لإعلان تجربتنا الجديدة Uber bus! دلوقتي تقدر تحجز مكانك في اوتوبيس نظيف ومكيف على أعلى مستوى.

On Feb 19, 2020
@transportgooru shared
RT @thefuturesoc: 🌍📚Interested in how #AI technologies can help achieve the #UN #SDGs?  Our paper is “fresh off the print” in @DelphiJournal special issue on #AIGovernance  Co-authored by @n_miailhe @CyrusHodes @arohijn1 @IliadisNiki @SachaAlanoca & Josephine Png ➡️https://t.co/fs5FZacr4r https://t.co/FFWgYtfj9x
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Delphi 4/2019 (Jg. 2)

(w ww .tc pd f.o rg) Delphi 4|2019 IContents Contents Editorial 155 Eva Thelisson Foreword Power in Times of Artificial Intelligence 158 Paul Nemitz Articles The Right to an Explanation 161 ...

On Feb 25, 2020
@moovelUS shared
A study finds that adding new mobility offerings is only sustainable when integrated with existing public transit. https://t.co/IFJ5a98CrQ https://t.co/RBNIk4wVa8
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MFS: New mobility services are only sustainable when combined with public transportation

A new study, commissioned as part of the Mobility and Fuel strategy (MFS) of the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, shows that the efficiency and environmental ...