• Thames Barrier pedestrian/cycling bridge proposal (IanVisits) • Tyne & Wear Metro modernisation video (RailBusinessDaily) • Bus use increasing in only one part of Britain (UrbanTransportGroup) • Living on top of a railway viaduct (PopUpCity) • Will Alsop’s quirky Toronto subway station (Azure) • Violent Uber backlash in Buenos Aires (CityLab) • Tokyo Metro Network on time & on track (NHK) How Uber operates in London and why it is being banned On Our Line Podcast #8: ...
Transportation is one of the largest sources of carbon emissions, and amid the barrage of big-picture initiatives and bold pledges, one of the simplest, quickest-to-implement solutions is electrifying buses. Unlike so many other proposed climate change solutions, electrifying buses is literally plug-and-play: The technology exists and can immediately be added to existing transit systems. For example, in Shenzhen, China, the city’s entire fleet of just over 16,000 buses has transitioned to ...
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