Industry association Micro-Mobility for Europe has shed light on the debate around the safety of shared e-scooters by providing aggregated incident data from its six founding members on the volume and severity of incidents in 2021.
That our urban mobility systems fail women is no secret; however, an enduring perception of women as ‘vulnerable users’ is obstructing the comprehensive change demanded. We urgently need to view women as not just primary transport users, but also decision-makers; this means understanding how gender really operates.
The NetZeroCities Portal is a brand-new platform designed for cities to connect with each other and with climate neutrality experts, as well as access online solutions as they work to reduce their emissions.
The COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed the way we accessed society. Research by Virginia Tech provides detailed analysis of how pro-cycling measures were introduced during and after the pandemic and some visions for the future.
Over the past two years, the European transport sector has been impacted significantly by the COVID-19 pandemic. Passenger and freight transport has been severely disrupted; supply chains moved to breaking point, while the demand and necessity for the sector to re-orientate towards more digital, efficient, and sustainable practices continues to increase....
Marking International Women’s Day 2022, the European Parliament Director General for Communication commissioned a Flash Eurobarometer sample survey by Ipsos European Public Affairs of women >15 years of age in each of the 27 Member States to gather women's opinions on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Do you want to learn about the effects of Covid-19 on urban mobility? Then take part in this free online course instructed by Bax & Company Future Mobility consultant Albert Gragera for EIT Urban Mobility.