Four buses have been operating in Italy since this week that, thanks to a filter installed on the roof, "eat" smog and purify the air as they travel.
When it comes to AI in mobility, many people instantly think of autonomous cars. They are still a while away, but AI can already contribute to safer and more sustainable mobility.
Bus company VDL has come up with several innovative solutions to significantly reduce the spread of corona in buses with the help of air purification techniques.
Are self-driving cars and the Hyperloop just futuristic dreams? Not for the Dutch transport expert Geurt Hupkes who predicted these as far back as 1970. Jan Wouters goes back to the future.
It’s a problem that many young people are familiar with. What’s the easiest way to get to events or festivals if they are held in […]
Major public transport strikes in France have been bringing the country to a standstill for weeks now. Hundreds of thousands of French people have seen […]
Smartphone software that detects which means of transport the user is using – and for how long. This vision became reality at the Austrian Institute […]
Paris, Berlin, Drimmelen. The self-driving minibus is on the rise and is gradually conquering the world as a way of bridging short distances. At least […]
The road is more or less made for it: one long straight stretch measuring 600 meters, with a green strip in the middle of the […]
The smart car is more economical, cleaner, safer and cheaper than current models. It not only requires a technical breakthrough to enable the growth of smart […]
Talking about having an ambition… building a metro network under Eindhoven. And if you’re convinced that something like this would offer a multitude of benefits […]