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COVID-19: Lessons learnt and outlooks for sustainable, low carbon transport

On Mar 30, 2020
@transportgooru shared
RT @SLoCaTOfficial: Let's Talk Transport Fireside Chat on #COVID19, lessons learnt and outlooks for sustainable, low carbon transport. Join us on Friday, 3 April 2020, from 14:00 to 15:30 CEST. More information here: https://t.co/GfClm3IjWj https://t.co/CKnf8wVZLM
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Against this backdrop, the sustainable, low carbon transport community must capitalise on the nerve struck by this emergency and evolve our narratives, advocacy efforts, and interaction with other communities in the interest of integrated approaches. Topics for discussion include: Lessons ...

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On Mar 30, 2020
@transportgooru shared
RT @SLoCaTOfficial: Let's Talk Transport Fireside Chat on #COVID19, lessons learnt and outlooks for sustainable, low carbon transport. Join us on Friday, 3 April 2020, from 14:00 to 15:30 CEST. More information here: https://t.co/GfClm3IjWj https://t.co/CKnf8wVZLM
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COVID-19: Lessons learnt and outlooks for sustainable, low carbon transport

Against this backdrop, the sustainable, low carbon transport community must capitalise on the nerve struck by this emergency and evolve our narratives, advocacy efforts, and interaction ...



On Apr 1, 2020
@ITF_Forum shared
RT @ChristianU_Haas: The reallocation of curb space is an interessing and important issue. A few years ago we did a study together with the @ITF_Forum to model congestion and operational impacts of new curb use scenarios related to rideshare services: https://t.co/5ieqBp3A3n https://t.co/suFeBX6DCv
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Reimagining the chaotic urban curb

Managing urban spaces and planning for city needs of the future is a long-term undertaking. Cities must consider how to make solutions scalable for opportunities and challenges that will ...

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

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 we will be ...

On Mar 30, 2020
@transenv shared
RT @GregGtarcher: Can @transportgovuk "translate its good intentions for #decarbonising #transport into firm actions?" Is it "willing to make these tough decisions?" https://t.co/YvH7ku6lP5 @euronews @transenv @maevecampbell
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UK announces ‘ambitious’ plan to become hub for green transport

Could we be climbing aboard solar-powered trains in the near future?

On Mar 30, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
Read about @GeorgiaTech & the City of Atlanta's collaborative effort, the Socially Aware Mobility Lab, to change #transportation systems into #multimodal #mobility networks that include first/last mile solutions to fix congestion & #sustainability issues. https://t.co/cKkQPAp0Bh
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Data-Driven Research Aims to Solve First/Last-Mile Problem

Together with the city of Atlanta and Georgia Tech, the Socially Aware Mobility Lab uses data and machine learning to look at how on-demand multimodal transit could improve traffic ...

On Apr 1, 2020
@ERTICO shared
What comes to your mind when you hear MaaS? 🤔 The ERTICO Academy has the answers! Read about our last webinar on MaaS and don't forget to register for this Friday's training on Truck Platooning, 15h00 CETS! 👇👇👇 https://t.co/EYjyf1Gbt1 https://t.co/rGIiUg1d7a
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MaaS – PROMISES, CHALLENGES AND UNCERTAINTIES

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) was the highlight of last Friday’s ERTICO Academy webinar. A hot topic in the smart mobility sphere, a record number of 150 mobility enthusiasts attended this ...

On Apr 1, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @vcarternz: Govts, communities & co's can & shld spend this time to see how we got here, what no longer works, ask how might we re-organize our transportation pieces says @tpap_ Is The Coronavirus The Transportation Industry’s Opportunity? via @forbes https://t.co/00zUor4zmO
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Is The Coronavirus The Transportation Industry’s Opportunity?

The COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly thrown our transportation systems into worst-case scenarios and un-chartered territory. It also offers us a unique once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ...

On Mar 31, 2020
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
This article, written by an Associate member of our Partner Network, @FleetonomyIO discusses the need for #sustainable #mobility solutions in the future and examines how to successfully launch and manage smart #electricvehicle services. Full article: https://t.co/fd0rxV2RfS https://t.co/86m0nY5sHq
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MOBILITY FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE: LAUNCHING AND MANAGING EV-BASED SMART MOBILITY SERVICES

This article discusses the need for sustainable mobility solutions in the future and how to create successful smart electric vehicle services.

On Mar 30, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @RoadSafetyNGOs: Maybe some good news in a time of bad news: when we come out the other side of #COVID19, will we be better prepared to tackle the volume and safety of vehicles on our streets? and build transport systems for people instead of cars? https://t.co/JRwYiLPVLL
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Climate change: 'Gob-smacking' vision for future UK transport

Public transport and active travel will be the "natural first choice", the Transport Secretary says.

On Mar 29, 2020
@LSECities shared
"In the long term there is going to be a conflict between the competing demands of public health and climate.” Longtime LSECities & @UrbanAge_ collaborator @richardsennett speculates on the effects of #coronavirus for cities in this week's #SundayRead: https://t.co/tNRE9FDccX https://t.co/BRFpjdvpdc
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Cities after coronavirus: how Covid-19 could radically alter urban life

Pandemics have always shaped cities – and from increased surveillance to ‘de-densification’ to new community activism, Covid-19 is doing it already

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On Mar 31, 2020
@UNRSC shared
RT @sustrans: Why #cycling is better for you in 99% of world's cities? And the benefits of cycling would be even greater for an individual and the wider public, with the right investment behind it, via @guardian https://t.co/kKnq1wSoio
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Pollutionwatch: why cycling is better for you in 99% of world's cities

While pollution and road safety are concerns, the benefits of riding a bike generally outweigh the risks

On Mar 30, 2020
@SPhillipsLuethi shared
In our latest article we examine the impact of #Covid-19 on different #mobility services so far, operational solutions to help you weather the storm and provide some useful resources with up-to-date #information and guidance. Read full article here: https://t.co/fvkfPny5iE https://t.co/lAlgvvDAwd
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Covid-19: Impact on Shared Mobility

We take a look at how Covid-19 is currently affecting mobility service providers around the globe and new strategies that have been implemented by operators

On Mar 27, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @SEIclimate: 3 principles, 4 recommendations for the short-term and 5 priorities for the long-term: A guide to a just and sustainable economic response to the coronavirus crisis https://t.co/3lBkJXDfiT via @voxdotcom @drvox
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A just and sustainable economic response to coronavirus, explained

In the short term, recovery; in the long term, resilience and renewal.

On Apr 1, 2020
@transenv shared
"On one side, you have German carmakers, who are ACEA members but have invested in electric vehicles. The German carmakers don’t want to delay the EU’s CO2 targets..." 1/👇 https://t.co/p4b0zNTB0i
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European carmakers take sides on delaying CO2 targets due to coronavirus

There is a schism forming between European automakers. German automakers want to honor new CO2 rules, while PSA and Fiat-Chrysler want to backslide.

On Apr 2, 2020
@ACEA_eu shared
#Corona crisis: ACEA’s members are helping to address shortages of medical equipment and supplies. 🚑 "Wiper motors that usually go into #trucks are now donated to universities to develop ventilators that help #COVID19 patients to breathe." | LEARN MORE: https://t.co/2AxApWkMC9 https://t.co/KeQTQH7gEJ
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Challenging times for the EU auto industry and the millions of Europeans that are its backbone

Message from ACEA's Director General – March 2020 Across the EU vehicle makers operate 229 assembly and production plants, directly employing 2.6 million Europeans in manufacturing. But at ...

On Mar 27, 2020
@smartcitiesdive shared
Coronavirus-related street closures offer a silver lining for some advocates: a chance to see what urban streets can do without cars. https://t.co/wsM7t6506M
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Strategic design can help car-free streets gain popularity post-coronavirus

Once-packed streets are now void of cars as residents stay home. While cities use this as a window into the possibilities of car-free streets, they must also consider forward-thinking ...

On Mar 30, 2020
@StreetsblogUSA shared
Citizens across the country are demanding that their cities close select streets to cars to promote social distancing during COVID19—but leaders largely aren't listening. @jmassengale has a compromise until we can have fully Open Streets: quiet streets. https://t.co/f1beCCH8vM
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Op-Ed: Let’s Build a Network of ‘Quiet Streets’

COVID19 demonstrates the need for more space for people — like this gorgeous rendering above.

On Mar 31, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @ethanbdm: Never waste a good crisis. https://t.co/ZIazScOXT1
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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 Mar 31, 2020
@ACEA_eu shared
#COVID19 ⚠️ Jobs of over 1.1 million EU #automobile workers affected so far, data shows 👩‍💼 | PRESS RELEASE: https://t.co/Y9wDs2Ttqb https://t.co/NFgroABV94
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COVID-19: Jobs of over 1.1 million EU automobile workers affected so far, data shows

This figure only refers to those people directly employed by car, truck, van and bus manufacturers – the impact on the wider automotive supply chain is even more critical. “Our first ...