Is the ‘smart city’ a ‘liveable city’? Where does transport fit into the picture?
London’s Direct Vision Standard is upping the ante on HGVs.
At UITP’s 2018 reception, Laurent Ledoux talked on ‘governance for public transport of the future: it takes at least two to tango’.
January 20, 1910. Rising from its bed, the river Seine creeps up over the city and its suburbs.
Technology, population growth, air quality and energy concerns are turning urban mobility on its head.
said the Badger kindly, pointing to a chair.
Christmas trees and now bikes – is chuck-and-go the smart city way to go?
A human Google Street View…
Cloud computing, public data as a greater asset, carbon offsetting, big data, system modelling for life cycle cost optimisation…
From Compiègne in 1975 to Dunkirk in 2017, free public transport remains the exception not the rule in France.
The rising tide of data in C21st cities is raising concerns over the relationship between technology and humans.
‘And now, let’s dare the future’, the 7th edition of Journée Fret Ferroviaire et OFP took place in Paris on 15 November.