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Smart Mobility - News and Comments

This newsletter aims to keep its readers abreast of just that; new exciting concepts within the field of Smart Mobility. The format will be short stories with references, based on factual information (not rumours) and editorial commentary.

We will publish this newsletter in English, because this is truly a global development, and we want to be part of the international dialogue on these topics. The newsletter is administered by RISE Viktoria.

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  • 20 June 2017
    The City by the Bay is home to ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft, so one should not be surprised by a large number of trips being made by these companies. But just how many? According to a new study commissioned by the San Francisco County Transport Authority, ride-hailing or TNCs (transportation network companies) as they’re officially called, make 170,000 trips within the city a day, representing 15% of all intra-San Francisco vehicle trips [1-2].
  • Ford to Open London Smart Mobility Office

  • Oslo’s New Strategy: From Banning Cars to Banning Parking

  • Grab Mobility Platform Gets Support from Taxi Drivers

  • Jaguar Land Rover Invests $25M in Lyft

  • MOIA is One Step Closer to On-Demand Shuttles

  • City Logistics Will Benefit from Collaborative Business Models

  • The OECD Advices on How to Transition to Shared Mobility Services

  • Three New Strategic Partnerships in Mobility

  • Intel: Self-Driving Cars Will Add USD 7 Trillion to Global Economy

  • Nudging How People Move in Cities