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Mobility Lab
The source of research and best practices for advocates to increase awareness and education about more and advanced transportation options for people
Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation?
Positive, memorable marketing could help get more people riding transit.
U.S. DOT "Overwhelmed" by Applications to its Smart City Challenge
Did your city toss its hat in the ring?
Watch: Governing the New Transportation Options
A panel from Disrupting Mobility Summit 2015 discusses how city agencies can best work with newer, shared-use mobility services.
Bike Parking Gets People Riding – Here's How to Build It Right
Arlington updates its bike parking best practices
Tech is Good, but We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future
Thinking to future trends, cities can learn to pair newer on-demand options with existing public transit ones
Do You Still Need to Own a Car?
Veronica O. Davis discusses giving up her personal car, and the future of urban transportation options.

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Reports from TransportationCamp

Upcoming Events

Mar
8
Tue
2016
6:30 PM Transportation Techies: Bike Hac... @ WeWork Wonder Bread Factory
Transportation Techies: Bike Hac... @ WeWork Wonder Bread Factory
Mar 8 @ 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Bike Hack Night is a show & tell of bicycle-related apps, data visualizations, and gadgets. Doors open at 6:30 for pizza and soft drinks, with speakers starting at 7:00. We are thrilled to be returning[...]
Mar
24
Thu
2016
all-day Convergence: The Intersection of... @ Ronald Reagan Building
Convergence: The Intersection of... @ Ronald Reagan Building
Mar 24 all-day
Convergence: The Intersection of Technology and Transportation @ Ronald Reagan Building | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Transportation options that were once only fantasies are now at our fingertips. Traffic information is available on-demand, bicycles are commonly shared, and the prospects for self-driving cars have been increasing. Smart phones have enabled an[...]
Apr
9
Sat
2016
8:00 AM TransportationCamp New England @ Stata Center, main floor
TransportationCamp New England @ Stata Center, main floor
Apr 9 @ 8:00 AM
TransportationCamp New England @ Stata Center, main floor | Cambridge | Massachusetts | United States
From organizers: Following on the success of last year’s event, TransportationCamp New England 2016 will continue to foster open conversation and collaboration between all parties interested in mobility and the radical changes the near-future promises[...]

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  • Rip out traffic lights to improve safety – new report February 15, 2016
    Language English The UK’s Institute of Economic Affairs claims that the increase in traffic regulations is damaging the British economy and is having a detrimental effect on road safety and the environment. In a new report, the IEA says that the number of traffic lights in England has increased by 25 per cent since 2000, […]
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  • Belgrade to receive new electric buses (Serbia) February 12, 2016
    Language English The city of Belgrade has reached an agreement for the delivery of five new low-floor electric buses that are expected to reach the Serbian capital this summer. Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali signed the contract late last month with public transport operator GSP Belgrade and Bulgarian e-bus supplier Chariot Motors. The e-buses are the first […]
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