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Public Transport, and the Effects of COVID Across Major Cities

Georgia Hines - September 9, 2020

The Covid-19 crisis has changed how people commute and impacts their daily travel behavior. With shops, offices, restaurants, schools, and offices closing, people are cycling and walking more than they have ever before to get to essential services. Governments around the world have implemented diffe

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Taxi vs. Rideshare battle in the US market

Emilya Galstyan - September 16, 2020

Yellow taxicabs and skyscrapers are one of the quick associations people have when thinking about New York. That should be enough to describe the popularity taxis have in the USA...or had? Since 1930, the taxi industry has been officially regulated in two major cities: New York and Chicago. Taxi

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Top Cities for the Future of Mobility

Alexandra Pacurar - September 29, 2020

Mobility has become even more of a buzzword thanks to the coronavirus outbreak and its hard-to-predict effects. While some major cities have been struggling to keep their public transport systems going, despite increased costs and declining revenues, others seem to be a bit more prepared to take on

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Which traditional petrol-head companies are jumping on the electric bandwagon?

Freya Sawbridge - December 17, 2020

Automobiles such as GMC’s Hummer have long prided themselves as an emblem of power and wealth. But many people loathed the gas-guzzling machine with some protestors even spray painting ''gross polluter'' over a bunch of Hummers in a 2003 stunt. To be successful in today’s environmentally conscious w

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On the Road to Debt

Freya Sawbridge - September 23, 2020

Owning a car and choosing what type of car is one of the major hallmarks of independence and success; it is also a signifier to others that you’ve worked hard and earned your money. But the expense of car ownership is becoming increasingly unviable for so many millions in America and with technologi

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Uber’s Route to Zero-Emissions by 2040

Freya Sawbridge - September 24, 2020

During the Covid-19 pandemic much of the world hid away. People stopped traveling, dining out and transport use declined as companies implemented work-from-home policies. This caused CO2  emissions to plummet and according to Nature Climate Change emissions were 17 percent less than the year pr

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