December 10, 2020 1 min Read
We’ve all got used to an online world this year. For many of us, Zoom was just a cartoon synonym for ‘quick’ at the start of the year; now look...
December 7, 2020 5 mins Read
Donald Shoup, professor of urban planning at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), tells Adam Hill about why parking is too cheap – and how…
December 4, 2020 5 mins Read
Money isn’t everything: what if we made dignity into the key measure of success for MaaS? Crissy Ditmore sets out her vision statement for the…
December 1, 2020 2-Minute Read
Open-seneca is a portable air quality monitor designed to pinpoint emission hotspots and drive behavioural change - and Swedish capital Stockholm is…
November 30, 2020 2-Minute Read
November’s CoMotion LA Live event looked at new technology, emerging partnerships – and how Joe Biden’s ‘super-commuter’ status might just stand…
November 30, 2020 3 mins Read
Racial and social injustice has come to the fore this year. Samuel Johnson, IBTTA president and Transportation Corridor Agencies CEO, explains what…
November 30, 2020
Covid-19 has taught us that once-in-a-generation events do actually happen sometimes. But Ronald E. Boénau suggests that transport agencies can…
November 30, 2020 1 min Read
Open-seneca is a personal air quality monitor for ‘citizen scientists’ - and Stockholm and Lisbon are rolling them out…
November 28, 2020 2-Minute Read
Technology providers are increasingly turning to cloud solutions. Tibor Zahorecz of Adaptive Recognition identifies five trends which explain the…
November 27, 2020 2 mins Read
Companies will have to relax their grip on some proprietary tech in order to take advantage of the opportunities collaboration brings