The requirements for travel within the urban environment comes under greater pressure with every passing year. We're already past the point at which more than 50 percent of the world's population live in cities rather than rurally, and it's only set to increase. The Future Urban Mobility (FM) project is a joint venture between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the National Research Foundation of Singapore, and it aims to look at the future problems faced by urban access and mobility with a view to increased sustainability and improved mobility. A central theme to the...
RelayRides, Like Communism, Works Great On Paper: Video
Over the past couple of decades, cities across Europe and North America have launched bike-sharing programs. Some have been free and open to anyone, some have required membership, and nearly all have failed miserably. But Shelby Clark thinks he can make sharing work for cars, and his company...Richard Read