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The European Commission has set out new measures to ensure people can travel safely across Europe, as governments try to revive tourism and airline industries.
As governments across Europe scramble to protect public health and capitalize on green gains, they're making historic investments in cycling infrastructure.
Safe mobility must be redefined beyond reducing vehicular crashes to consider biosafety and public safety, reducing a wider range of risks to drivers and passengers.
Air cargo demand is surging to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, but capacity is constrained as a result of red tape - despite the fact that willing passenger aircraft sit empty and ground...
Across the globe, public transit has connected the most vulnerable with everything from health appointments to grocery delivery, showing its power to adapt during a crisis.
Earth Day celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Here are 5 projects that show why a global pandemic won't stop the fight to protect our environment.
A new platform launched this week by Wunder Mobility can help bridge real-time mobility service information gaps widened after the coronavirus crisis.
Autonomous vehicles could help alleviate the strain on delivery services while reducing the risk of exposure for citizen - if regulations support them.
COVID-19 has shown how inaccessible public transportation options are for the most vulnerable population. Here's why we need innovation and solutions.
Mobility solutions have protected commuters, mobilised first-responders and helped share critical information to curb infection rates during the coronavirus crisis.
Shared mobility services have the potential to dramatically reduce levels of congestion and pollution in our cities - and there's nothing to stop us making it happen.
The key to reshaping urban mobility systems for the future is cooperation, as Amsterdam has discovered. What can other cities learn from the Dutch capital?
Women use more different forms of transport than men and break up their trips more – which could lead to new opportunities for transport providers
Demand for online deliveries has gone up.