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 >
Singapore's Love Affair with Cars and the COVID-19 side effects
Owning a car in Singapore is more than just a form of transport, it's also a symbol of social status as it is often associated with the upper class/middle class. This is why despite having a COE price which is skyrocketing, you still see a rising demand for cars. It has been loved so much that it haRead More >
5 Things to Consider When Planning an Electric Car Road Trip
Your electric car may look suave and get the environmental seal of approval but is it realistic to take an epic road trip in the car? Can you navigate backroads of North America relying solely on electric charging stations? Some adventurers have done it and here’s what they found. The populRead More >
Micromobility’s Post-COVID Future — are Commuters Getting Onboard?
The impact of COVID-19 could be felt far and wide, in every nook and corner, and no one has been spared. It has disrupted everyday life and every level of the transportation sector. Millions of people had to cancel their future travel plans, and even had to forgo local outings as the world stopped mRead More >
The Green Recovery. Is It Happening?
If you type “green recovery” in the Google search bar, you get nearly one billion results. By contrast, Netflix, the ultra popular streaming service, only gets about 690 million. This says a lot about priorities these days. People are interested in everything related to the coronavirus crisis, incluRead More >
Can We Really Live In A Carless Society?
Instead of the vrooming of car engines, two towns in Europe listen instead to the gentle whirr of cyclists and the sound of people chattering. Vauban, a town in southern Germany banned cars twenty years ago and Merwede, a district in the Netherlands is currently following suit. Even on our own shoreRead More >