Saving public transport in the U.S.
We’ve all been wondering about the fate of public transit in the U.S. and asking what it will take to bring back riders and increase revenues for local transport systems? The answer is far from the miraculous miracle we would actually need in our lives back to 'normal'. The only certainty aRead More >
How Airbnb, Booking.com & Expedia are Responding to COVID
Before the global pandemic strike, both local and global traveling had long surpassed affordability for a larger population scale. Flexible prices and affordable alternatives for air ticket companies and the hospitality industry offered significantly cheaper ways to explore the world. CurreRead More >
Rideshare in Singapore: Beyond the Uber-Grab Experiment
Singapore is known for its street food, tropical climate, top-notch transportation system, and young commuters eager to jump on board the latest mobility trends. In fact, in a recent survey, passengers said they were more satisfied with the quality of public transportation in 2018 compared to pastRead More >
9 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprints
What will our world look like in 2050 if we do not reduce our carbon emissions by half? According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, we will experience longer and hotter heat waves and the air quality will worsen. Mountain glaciers and polar ice sheets will melt faster,Read More >
The Electric Scooter Conflict Moving Into New Era
E-scooter sharing providers have been around for a few good years and the industry is finally (slowly) moving away from its controversial status that came with unregulated launches. Remember the bans that followed the rollout of such operations in major cities around the world? Some banned the PersoRead More >
How is Noise Pollution Affecting you?
Sometimes it is only by leaving a city and venturing into the wilderness that we realize how oppressive noise can be. In pursuit of the American Dream we put up rampant construction work, vrooming car engines and the hubbub of city life. It is evidently a nuisance but is it actually harmful? Does itRead More >