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Category Archives: The Car
Our apologies for having being quiet for a while, and thanks to Tyrone for keeping us updated on urban mobility goings on while we’ve been continuing our research, but we’re glad to report that things on the west coast are … Continue reading
The National Complete Streets Coalition is real movement to provide street networks that support a host of transportation such as walking, bicyclists, public transportation, and personal transport. Smart infrastructure and smart transportation is one of key elements to support a … Continue reading
Next generation of smart connected cars in development by Mercedes. Cars can talk themselves to avoid crashes. Discussion from Dieter Zetche who heads Mercedes-Benz and is Daimler chairman. >>> Click > click for more