The rise of self-driving mobility will go hand-in-hand with a resulting adaptation in infrastructure. To support this transition, signs, services and use of traffic and parking zones are also changing.
Urban mobility: speed wars between sky and earth
Numerous articles (including those in this newsletter) have been dedicated to how the uptake of self-driving cars could change the urban fabric. And for a go...
“Mobility: high-speed rail and air travel seek a place in cities” – Newsletter – April 2021
We have devoted many articles to the transformations of the urban fabric and infrastructures that the autonomous car could bring. Here, we look at the mobili...
[conversation] Pierre Becquart, Head of Urban Air Mobility at RATP group
Hyperloop(s): speed, but at what cost?
Engineers the world over have been fantasizing about Hyperloop and its promise for speed since 2013. However, the technical, economic and infrastructural rea...
Drones and the city: coming to urban skies near you
Will drones fulfil the fantasy of flying cars? While urban skies throw up many restrictions, more and more projects are being launched, propelling our imagin...
The French National Strategy for Automated Mobility enshrines cooperation between the autonomous vehicle and the infrastructure
The French National Strategy for the Development of Automated Road Mobility 2020-2022, made public by the Deputy Minister for Transport and the Deputy Minist...
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