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Urban Mobility 3.0: New Urban Mobility Business Models

Frost and Sullivan has assembled powerful players from the mobility world to lead debate on business model issues at its fifth annual Urban Mobility event.   This will take place at the House of Lords and at Siemens “Crystal” building in London’s docklands on 19 th and 20 th June – see http://www.urbanmobility.gilcommunity.com/ .   Transport KTN will be represented...
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Improving urban mobility without new infrastructure

Key players consider a key issue A group of about 20 director-level players from transport and business gathered in London on the afternoon of 19 th March 2013 to discuss “ Improving urban mobility without new infrastructure ”.   They were drawn from a wide range of organisations from the railway and automotive worlds, transport operating companies, transport...
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Innovation in Urban Mobility - policy-making and planning

TRIP document available. The text below is taken directly from the document.  Preface The EU recognises that urban transport plays a fundamental role in meeting the objectives of economic competitiveness, social cohesion and sustainable growth. In accordance with the subsidiarity principle, the EU is supporting local governments in tackling mobility issues which form...
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What does "urban mobility" actually mean, and why will it be a challenge in the years to come?

Those interested in urban mobility might like to familiarise themselves with a few key publications which help to set the scene for this important topic. The Siemens report “ Megacity Challenges ” (2006) is a survey of 25 of the world’s major cities. It identifies transport as the most significant single infrastructure challenge and discusses the key issues to be...
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Use real evidence to build your argument for investment in transport

Transport Works , the website supported by big city think tanks and organisations - pteg, Core Cities and Centre for Cities, as well as the Campaign for Better Transport - brings together the evidence base for investing in urban transport and intelligent mobility. Some evidence that the website shows provides a compelling argument for introducing measures that help us to  move...
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Urban Mobility 3.0: New Urban Mobility Business Models

Frost and Sullivan has assembled powerful players from the mobility world to lead debate on...

Innovation in Urban Mobility - policy-making and planning

TRIP document available. The text below is taken directly from the document.  ...

What does "urban mobility" actually mean, and why will it be a challenge in the years to come?

Those interested in urban mobility might like to familiarise themselves with a few key...

Improving urban mobility without new infrastructure

Key players consider a key issue A group of about 20 director-level players from transport...

Use real evidence to build your argument for investment in transport

Transport Works , the website supported by big city think tanks and organisations - pteg,...