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With transportation network company fleets like Uber and Lyft full of high-mileage vehicles, electrification will make big progress towards the decarbonization of transport.
COVID-19 has changed which cities experience most traffic congestion. More than 380 cities saw traffic fall in 2020, compared with the previous year.
Private vehicle usage could increase when offices reopen and workers return. This may have a negative effect on climate change and the environment.
As car-sharing, ride-sharing and self-driving vehicles transform urban mobility, what use can we put the space once devoted to vehicles doing nothing?
Could applying modern e-hailing technology to private mass transport in Africa produce mobility options that improve life in the continent's major cities?
As urban populations grow, how can cities change their ageing and inadequate transport and mobility systems to meet the needs of their new inhabitants?
New approaches to regulation can help countries transition away from 20th century transportation solutions and ensure countries can embrace the groundbreaking technologies of the future.
Maximizing the promise of self-driving cars will require special approaches and collaborations with technologists and regulators.
COVID-19 has worsened already difficult mobility situations for the disabled, but this era could mark a critical turning point, ushering in new solutions for underserved group.
Flying cars could create new, flexible and safe ways to move people and cargo. Here's what cities need to do to ensure they shape the disruption to come.
The electric vehicle revolution is well underway, but progress is still too slow. Here are three reasons why – and three ways to get things back on track.
Thousands of essential healthcare workers cross the border between Canada and the U.S. every day. Making their commutes easier can better prepare us for the next crisis.