The Movin’On event held in Montréal Canada in May 2018 was not a traditional transport conference, being styled more as a carnival of mobility. Much of the conference focused on incremental improvements to road vehicles and infrastructure. The automotive industry faces a challenge with cars being perceived as the new cigarettes. Private car ownership in cities is increasingly being seen as costly, inconvenient and environmentally unfriendly. Unconventional site – the Big Tent on ...
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