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Live From Transforming Transportation 2018: Confronting Gender Issues, “Leapfrogging” in Africa
Live From Transforming Transportation 2018: Confronting Gender Issues, “Leapfrogging” in Africa
Beyond the technological revolution underway in transport today, gender was an underlying theme of Transforming Transportation this year. Transport is not gender neutral, not matter where you are, said a chorus of experts during the opening panel on day two. “Gender is often a more robust determinant of modal choice than ...
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Chinese Cities Aim to Rein in Bike-Sharing Boom
Chinese Cities Aim to Rein in Bike-Sharing Boom
Dozens of “dockless” bike-sharing startups have emerged in the past few years, offering apps where riders can locate bicycles, unlock them and leave them wherever their ride ends. The result in some Chinese cities has been more than a million ...
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Live From Transforming Transportation 2018: “A New Idea of Liberty”
Live From Transforming Transportation 2018: “A New Idea of Liberty”
“We are seeing in cities around the world and transport systems around the world, the beginning of a revolution,” said World Resources President and CEO Andrew Steer in Washington today. Welcoming more than 800 transport experts, policymakers, researchers and private ...
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Transforming Transportation 2018: To Craft a Digital Future for All, We Need Transport for All
Exponential progress in how we collect, process and use data is fundamentally changing our societies and economies. But the new digital economy depends fundamentally on a very physical enabler. Amazon and Alibaba would not exist without efficient ways to deliver ...
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Ride-Hailing: Great for Users, But Sustainability Is an Open Question
Ride-Hailing: Great for Users, But Sustainability Is an Open Question
“Ride-hailing” or “ride-sourcing” companies like Uber, Easy Taxi, Ola and Didi have made it much easier for passengers to get around cities everywhere, providing real-time location data, increasingly accurate arrival times, seamless payment and customized services. Goldman Sachs estimates the ...
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This intersection was always a cacophony of traffic. 

Taken at Latitude/Longitude:18.961874/72.832187.  km      (Map link)
If Cities Are to Lead, National Transport and Housing Policy Needs to Change
Across the world, it’s becoming clearer that development goals must be urban goals. As their populations and global connections grow, cities account for an ever-growing portion of the global economy. But despite their prominence, cities can’t do it alone. Local ...
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