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Now is the Time to Go Green with Local Travel

Georgia Hines, Stew Langille - August 19, 2020 1

Governments around the world are pouring millions of relief dollars into programs to stimulate consumer spending and change behavior.  The government leading the way in subsidies for electric vehicles in 2020 is South Korea. Offering as much as $18.2mn won ($15,613 USD) off the price of vehi

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Electric Scooters Compete With Pedestrians On Sidewalks

Julius Ijidola - November 5, 2019

For urbanists looking for a quick and efficient way to get around the city, electric scooters just may be the perfect solution. Except for one thing. As their usage increases, so does a growing concern. Electric scooters run at speeds of up to 25mph but share the sidewalk with pedestrians walking at

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How Much Can You Save Switching to an Electric Vehicle?

Freya Sawbridge - October 28, 2020

For the average American family, transport costs are the second biggest expense after household bills. Many people are eager to find ways of saving money and investing in an electric car is an appealing option. But is it really that much cheaper than a gas-guzzler? Is a charging station more wallet-

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Float Forward: Rethinking Urban Transportation

Freya Sawbridge - October 29, 2020

This pandemic has upturned the soil of city life and created fertile ground on which to sow the seeds of a better future of transport. Stew Langille, Float Mobility Founder and CEO, spoke to Techonomy about how we should use this time to rethink urban transportation and demonstrated how apps like Fl

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Is ‘Mobility-as-a-Service’ the future of transit?

Freya Sawbridge, Chelsea Smith - November 5, 2020 2

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a web-based application that provides access to multiple transport options with only a single payment channel. Whether you want to take a bus, bike, taxi, metro or ride-share, the service links everything together and presents it on a single interface. If using cars a

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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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