In this blog post we take a look at the principles of inclusive transportation design, share case studies of innovative companies who are challenging the status quo, provide examples of public transportation systems doing it right and the important role of policy and regulation has to play.
Violence against women and girls remains one of the most prevalent human rights violations in the world. In this blog post we explore different strategies for preventing violence against women within our transportation systems, to create a safer travel environment for everyone.
On November 8, the global community marks World Urbanism Day, an international day to champion the ideals of comprehensive urban transportation and planning and a commitment to sustainable, well-organized urban growth.
In the spirit of Halloween, we have curated a bone-chilling list of the most iconic horror films featuring spooky vehicles and haunted transit systems that are central to their tales of terror. A list perfectly tailored to elevate your scary movie night at home.
In this article, we dive into the advantages of bike sharing and how the integration of micromobility services with our public transit services can benefits users, operators and cities.
In our quest to reveal the role of DRT in reshaping urban mobility, we’ve created a comprehensive free e-learning course titled “Demand Responsive Transport (DRT): Where does it fit in?”
This course, available for free on Urban Mobility Courses, is designed to empower individuals and professionals with the knowledge needed to navigate the dynamic landscape of modern transportation effectively.
Numerous Indigenous businesses have carved out a niche for themselves in the transportation sector. With a deep-rooted commitment to community service, cultural preservation, and sustainability, these enterprises serve more than just economic functions. They foster cultural exchanges, drive local engagement, and often champion environmentally friendly practices that set them apart in a competitive marketplace.
In 2019, we explored the shared mobility market in Spain and Portugal, examining the innovative services that were transforming urban transportation. Now that it’s 2023,
In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of DRT, examining its definition, historical roots, different types, and the reasons why it is becoming increasingly important in today’s transportation landscape.
Over the past 12 months, micromobility, in particular e-scooter and e-bike share services, have gained significant traction as sustainable and convenient modes of transportation. Canada, known for its forward-thinking approach to urban mobility, has been actively embracing these micromobility solutions.
In this article, we discuss the latest micromobility news in Canada (since the beginning of 2022 until now) including:
New pilot programs
The rise of shared e-bikes
Major micromobility regulatory changes.