Automotive

Do bikeshare systems complement or replace public transit?

Bikeshare systems have come a long way since they were first introduced in the Netherlands in the 1960s. They are popular in cities around the world, but how do bike systems affect existing public transportation? That's the ...

Automotive

How micromobility affects the climate

They can be seen in most big cities today, and are both a source of hope and a challenge: electrically powered scooters and bikes. Shared micromobility which allows users to rent and to share these e-scooters and e-bikes ...

Automotive

'Opt for cycling': French car ads must back alternatives

Car advertisements in France will have to include messages encouraging people to consider less-polluting travel alternatives from 2022 as part of the government's drive to rein in CO2 emissions.

Automotive

Cycle lanes blamed for urban congestion: Here's the reality

The average driver in London spent 148 hours in traffic jams in 2021—twice the national average, according to a new report by Inrix, a firm that analyzes road traffic. These findings prompted a BBC story that attributed ...

Internet

Transportation app could change Australia's car culture

Getting around an Australian city without a car can be a real hassle. Imagine how much easier it would be if you had the option of combining public transport and shared services—be it bus, train, tram, taxi, car share, ...

Energy & Green Tech

Avoiding the congestion chaos left by the pandemic

When the pandemic hit in early 2020, a rapid decrease in urban private car use was seen globally. Satellite navigation company TomTom reported that 387 cities across the world experienced a decrease in congestion.

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