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    • The 'C' word - confidence - may be holding back EV investmentConfidence. A little word with big implications. For example, electric vehicles (EVs) are coming in big numbers. We all know this. Falling battery costs and increasing environmental concerns are...
    • Mobilty schemes must consider the people who use them and those who don'tThere is a temptation to present ITS as part of an endless upward curve towards better, easier, safer, quicker, and so on. But it is important to acknowledge that there can be (sometimes literally)...
    • Same old mistakes? Try something newThere's nothing for it: we need to talk about Mobility as a Service (MaaS). The late Stephen Hawking's publisher once told him that his readership would be cut in half for every equation he put in a...
    • Comment: Be wary of fads but embrace changeAlong with death and taxes, there is one other certainty in modern life: change. In this issue of ITS International, Jarrett Walker (an urban transit expert who has unaccountably ruffled the feathers...
    • All change at ITS InternationalAfter four and a half interesting years, this will be my last issue as editor of ITS International. Over that time, I have had the privilege to meet and interview some of the ITS sector's big names,...
    • A change of tackFor some time, it has been evident that the quickening pace of technological advancement has been outpacing the ability of legislators to introduce new laws and amend existing legislation. One...
    • Speak up for TransportationTransportation is often blamed for many of the world's ills and some of it is undeniable, such as 1.2 million road deaths a year or poor urban air quality shortening the lives of those with heart or...
    • A Change of PerspectiveToday's legislators and the public sector in general are often berated for holding back innovation, for delaying the introduction of new products or services and being too slow in revising...
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