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Singapore's Love Affair with Cars and the COVID-19 side effects

Zainab Osman - October 14, 2020

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 ha

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How Airbnb, Booking.com & Expedia are Responding to COVID

Emilya Galstyan - October 8, 2020

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.  Curre

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The Future of Commuting: Moving Towards Alternative Modes of Transit

Freya Sawbridge - October 7, 2020

Earlier this year the world came to a standstill and the wheels of transport stopped turning. Planes were grounded, cars remained in garages and some train routes were temporarily suspended. As the world awoke again, transport looked very different from before. Uber drivers shielded themselves from

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Saving public transport in the U.S.

Alexandra Pacurar - October 6, 2020 1

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 a

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E-bikes vs Regular Bikes - Compare Pros & Cons

Georgia Hines - October 1, 2020

If you are in the market for a bike and are wanting to explore a new safe way to travel around your city then its best to weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of both the e-bike and a regular bike. The cliche on whether an e-bike is a lazy version of riding a regular bike may not quite be accur

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The Decline in Driving

Chelsea Smith - September 30, 2020 1

Gone are the days where you saved up your pennies for your first set of wheels; the ultimate symbol of freedom and independence. The fundamental rite of passage of buying your first car is fast becoming a thing of the past as less and less Millennials and Gen Z’ers are driving. Let’s take a look at

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