8,300 youth aged 25 or younger, 2,600 seniors, 2,300 New Canadians and 9,700 drivers were asked about their main priorities and values for the next 30 years of transportation and development in Metro Vancouver.
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The Plugged-In Households Grant Fund scheme is said to offer alternatives to car ownership and affordable access to ultra-low emission vehicles.
The SkyTrain plan, comprising five routes totalling 194 km, aims to reduce Accra’s growing road traffic congestion and pollution problem.
The Community Air Mobility Initiative (CAMI), a non-profit industry association dedicated to providing communities and decision makers with the information needed to successfully integrate aviation into daily transportation options, has officially launched.
The high capacity of 5G will allow vehicles to transmit large amounts of data, including 4K video, to intelligent cloud-based transport systems, which are expected to improve road safety and help traffic authorities to monitor and manage traffic flow.
Matthias Maedge, IRU’s General Delegate to the EU, explores how innovation is shaping the safety of current and future road systems, and the challenges that must be overcome in order for the industry to progress.
Tortoise has “combined autonomous technology with remote human intervention” as a potential solution to the issue of scooter abandonment.
Crowd-sourced road and traffic data from Waze is to be used by transport authorities to analyse and plan the future of transport.
The Transport-Technology Research and Innovation Grant (T-TRIG) is available for entrepreneurs and innovators pioneering new ways of creating a better transport system.
Unless ridesharing and alternative transport replaces solo trips by car at a large scale, the impacts on congestion and pollution are predicted to be neutral at best.
Hanoi authorities are planning solutions to increase the use of public transport and reduce the number of individually-used vehicles in the Vietnamese capital.