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Humans and machines living together

On 18-19 November, I had the privilege of joining researchers from around the world at the 4th NYUAD Transport Symposium ...

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San Diego Needs a Megahub International Airport

All of the major airports in the United States were built in the 20th century. During that time, air travel ...

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Traffic stucks

The mobility in and around larger cities faces almost every day collapses. A solution has not been identified. The additional ...

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Spain's train disaster. Whose fault?

At least 80 people were killed and 140 injured when a train derailed on the outskirts of the northern Spanish ...

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Electric vehicles sales soar in the US

Electric vehicle sales in America have doubled so far this year, with new figures also revealing how sales have tripled ...

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Seoul shows the way

The first time I came to live and work in Zurich, I was amazed by the city's first-rate public transport ...

STORY URL: C40 Cities: Seoul Car-Free Days Have Reduced CO2 Emissions by 10% Annually
Seoul's Weekly No Driving Day program is improving air quality, congestion and saving energy. Every year, two million cars stay off the road – decreasing traffic volume by 3.7%. CO2 vehicle emissi...

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Cities of the future - using less is key

In this clip, architect and urbanist Michael Sorkin shares some of some fascinating insights. He explains that, when it comes ...

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Solar Impulse: a dramatic finish

Solar Impulse finished its journey across the US this past weekend, but not without some drama. The crew discovered a ...

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