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US Mass Transit Faces Daunting Challenge to Win Back Riders
Leery users want to see social distancing and greater sanitization before returning to buses and subways, our survey finds.
Mobility's Next Generation Depends On Collaboration
Data-sharing and collaboration are critical to succeed in the New Mobility
Cycling Gets A Lift From the Coronavirus
Commuters are shifting gears from crowded trains and buses. Cities should look to Amsterdam and Helsinki for ways to promote biking.
Which City Has the Highest Number of Bicycles in Their Bike-Sharing Fleet?
Nine bike-sharing companies operate within this city.
How Long do Sydney Commuters Wait on Average to Board a Bus?
Sydney's public transportation system serves more than 80 percent of weekday trips to and from the city center.
Why Five Asian Cities May Beat the West on Next-Generation Mobility
While U.S. companies are keeping pace with their Asian counterparts in developing AV technology, Asian municipalities have been excelling in another track.
Investors Are Fueling Auto Startups In EVs And Ride-Hailing
Chinese firms are 2018’s big winners, capturing 41 percent of new auto-startup investment
The Accelerating Adoption Of Electric Vehicles
125 million EVs are expected to have been sold by 2030
China Has Been A World Leader In Patent Grants Since 2015
40 percent of startup companies with a value of $1 billion or more were based in China in 2018
Why Ride-Sharing Is Quickly Becoming A Hot Commodity In New Mobility
By 2027, ride-sharing services are expected to be 17 percent less expensive than traditional car ownership.
Technology That Defines New Mobility
Technology enables a cleaner, safer, and more seamless experience
What We're Reading
Feargus O'Sullivan,Bloomberg CityLab
Janette Sadik-Khan and Seth Solomonow,The Atlantic