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UAE: The road ahead for mobility is electric and autonomous

On Jan 11, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Dubai is looking to the future of #electric and #autonomous vehicles with the government supporting #EV charging #infrastructure development for a more #sustainable #transportation ecosystem. https://t.co/8RVh4wynA8
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In a time marked with rising concerns about global warming and increased pressure on reducing emissions, the future of mobility can be nothing but sustainable and autonomous.

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On Jan 11, 2020
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Dubai is looking to the future of #electric and #autonomous vehicles with the government supporting #EV charging #infrastructure development for a more #sustainable #transportation ecosystem. https://t.co/8RVh4wynA8
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UAE: The road ahead for mobility is electric and autonomous

In a time marked with rising concerns about global warming and increased pressure on reducing emissions, the future of mobility can be nothing but sustainable and autonomous.



On Jan 10, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @kentslundberg: Edinburgh charging ahead with a 10 year plan ‘to make stress-free, sustainable transport the most convenient and desirable option.’ https://t.co/qHoxPERdw9
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Edinburgh Council to reveal radical joined-up transport overhaul

Council chiefs will today reveal radical plans that will “significantly transform the way people, goods and services move around the city” in a 10-year vision for the Capital.

On Jan 15, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
The Mobility Hub is here with impactful news, exciting events and more. https://t.co/xTB7I34gPB
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: January 14, 2020

New Approaches to Goods Delivery Insight from Shared Mobility Pilot Pioneers Universal Mobility Comprehensive Planning for Mobility Latest Learnings from the FTA Sustainable Strategies for ...

On Jan 16, 2020
@transportgooru shared
RT @WRIRossCities: Speaking of #access, our #CitiesForAll research finds that lack of access to opportunities & core services afflicts two groups: 1. Stranded underserved, with limited transport options 2. Mobile underserved, with expensive, long commutes Read more: https://t.co/3OkVvoAiZi #TTDC20 https://t.co/POWGGQM2rM
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People Move to Cities for Better Jobs and Opportunities. Impossible Commutes Are Getting in the Way

Emmanuel leaves his home at 5 a.m. every morning with his two daughters. They take a mini-bus, or “tro-tro,” from their house in Awoshie, a residential neighborhood of Accra, Ghana, to the ...

On Jan 16, 2020
@transportgooru shared
RT @AniDasguptaWRI: Emissions, fatalities, unequal access…the transport sector is facing serious challenges. But with technology & renewed ambition, the momentum for change has never been stronger. Join us LIVE at #TTDC20 Jan 16-17 to build a better transport future for all. https://t.co/mg2SPJYiQh https://t.co/AN5lNhVFdx
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Transforming Transportation 2020

How can we transform transportation to create a more sustainable future? Yet the current state of global transport is far from perfect. The number of vehicles has been soaring, pushing ...

On Jan 17, 2020
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@schmangee Road Danger. See this UK based organisation for example: https://t.co/D7asCIhuV7
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Road Danger Reduction

What is Road Danger Reduction? The road danger reduction approach to achieving safer roads seeks to reduce danger at source.  This calls for a recognition of the fact that the principal ...

On Jan 13, 2020
@ERTICO shared
RT @CMobILE_Project: Happy 2020! As we enter the most exciting year of the project, we talked to project coordinator Alex Vallejo @ApplusIDIADA about bringing new mobility services and technologies to society, and working with cities and regions. Read the full interview: https://t.co/UuAANQ3wn6 https://t.co/g7dewGhAhr
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Talking C-MobILE with Alex Vallejo, Applus+ IDIADA

In this new series of interviews, we look at C-MobILE advancements and get to know better the project Partners and …

On Jan 15, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @brendon_harre: @henrycooke @OliverLewis @TalkingTranspo1 Ignoring Christchurch's true size and growth prospects, like Wikipedia does, means that Christchurch is more likely to repeat Auckland's city building mistakes. This would be a huge missed opportunity for Christchurch and NZ. https://t.co/RCPyC6zDkR
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What I think Christchurch will be like in 2030?

Science has not yet mastered prophecy. We predict too much for the next year and yet far too little for the next 10. Neil Armstrong

On Jan 16, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
New @ChicagoDOT head @gia_biagi is already focusing on making Chi #streets safer and #transit quicker while keeping an eye on opportunities for #sustainable road space opportunities such as #congestionpricing. https://t.co/kTYFjBJ63Z
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Here's what Chicago's new transportation chief wants to do first

Gia Biagi, an alum of Studio Gang, has a full plate of issues—from red-light cameras to Uber and Lyft fees and more—as she takes over the department.

On Jan 15, 2020
@moovelUS shared
Data ownership is a topic of controversy in the transportation and mobility sectors. But, what if citizen's owned their data? @UniOslo's Bjarne Røsjø proposes the concept in @TechXplore_com https://t.co/tPqcOQIFqA
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Data ownership is a recipe for better living in the city

Today, both public enterprises and private companies in the major cities collect large quantities of data about the citizens living in those cities, and most people derive little benefit ...

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On Jan 14, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @WRIRossCities: Which countries are responsible for the most #transport emissions? Mostly upper-middle-income & high-income countries. By comparison, South Asia & sub-Saharan Africa contribute less than other regions. https://t.co/VCAv7Tj6GU 🚗🚍 https://t.co/puM8qLj8DZ
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Everything You Need to Know About the Fastest-Growing Source of Global Emissions: Transport

People and goods are on the move faster and farther than ever. All that movement comes at a cost – not just the sticker price of a new car, train ticket or shipping bill, but also an ...

On Jan 15, 2020
@smartcitiesdive shared
At San Diego’s main airport, a powerful battery storage system will begin capturing energy from solar panels to provide power when the sun’s not shining. https://t.co/OqLEnj4sRc
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The US can still lead the race to make cities smarter and more sustainable

Through software, AI and Big Data, cities are transforming the way they generate electricity, deliver drinking water and build the clean transportation systems of the future.

On Jan 10, 2020
@smartcitiesdive shared
Amid declining ridership and revenues, transit agencies have increasingly looked to MaaS platforms as a way to attract riders. https://t.co/jUkhBedWGs
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Moovit and Cubic partner to help commuters pay, plan multimodal trips

The MaaS app merges multi-modal trip planning with payment options, showing commuters how to piece together trips without using a car. 

On Jan 12, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @martynschmoll: “We shouldn't really be building bike lanes. We should be building mobility lanes for different types of low-speed devices — which the Dutch have done for decades." https://t.co/btGS36del3
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E-bikes, not electric cars, may hold the key to greener transportation

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at the rising popularity of e-bikes and how algae could help in carbon capture efforts.

On Jan 10, 2020
@smartcitiesdive shared
The 2020 NYC Circular City program will focus on solutions to aid energy efficiency. https://t.co/UTvmOnRXcV
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NYC's Circular City program to focus on sustainability in 2020

The joint effort from New Lab and the New York City Economic Development Corporation will test solutions for the city's transition to a circular economy. 

On Jan 16, 2020
@Energy4Europe shared
30 years after the last coal mine closed in @StadGenk 🇧🇪 the region is still undergoing a transition process, shaped by its increasing use of old industrial heritage & infrastructure as assets for future development. https://t.co/z7ktERE7Ci #CoalRegionsEU #JustTransition https://t.co/0AcIWRtozF
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Location: Genk, Limburg, Belgium Type of action: Urban transition, repurposing of infrastructure Actors: Private sector, municipality, regional government Financing conditions: EU fund, ...

On Jan 10, 2020
@smartcitiesdive shared
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan signed an executive order advancing a Green New Deal. https://t.co/97W5Y70maL
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Seattle to transition city-owned buildings away from fossil fuels

The first round of building electrification plans are due this summer after an executive order from Mayor Jenny Durkan advancing a Green New Deal.