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Santiago goes electric
Chile’s Minister of Transport unveils the new strategy for the nation's capital
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The urban mobility revolution is here By John Rossant, Chairman of the NewCities Foundation and Chief Curator of LA CoMotion John Rossant, Chairman of the NewCities Foundation and Chief Curator of LA CoMotion The jury is now in:...
New ride-share shuttle service launched in London The Chariot service will run four set routes and pick up passengers who pre-book via its app Photo: Ford Motor Company Chariot, an initiative of the Ford Motor Company, has launched its ...
Fifteen companies sign shared mobility principles Fifteen of the world’s leading transport and technology companies have signed the Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities, pledging to prioritise people over vehicles, lower emissions, promote ...
Shared mobility could halve vehicle carbon dioxide emissions in Auckland Vehicle CO2 emissions and traffic congestion in Auckland would fall by around 50 percent if all private car trips were instead provided by shared mobility services, according to a study carried out ...
Kuala Lumpur to manage city data with Alibaba Cloud Road traffic in Kuala Lumpur Photo: World Bank Kuala Lumpur has become the first non-Chinese city to implement Chinese Internet giant Alibaba’s cloud computing infrastructure to improve ...
Albuquerque opens first US Gold Standard BRT The City of Albuquerque, New Mexico has launched the first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor in the United States, achieving a gold standard designation from the ITDP for design, with a separate scor...

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