In 2008, the UN reckoned that for the first time in history, more people lived in cities than in rural areas. It may be stating the obvious to point out that the rate was just over zero percent a few … Read More
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Getting through the jams Had you ever considered two wheels? Well maybe you should! It has been estimated by Transport & Mobility Leuven, a think tank based in Belgium, that if only 10% of commuters made the ‘sacrifice’ and took … Read More
A few interesting mobility concepts Population growth, higher population density in small spaces, rising demand for mobility – these factors require environmentally compatible mobility concepts that are also economically and socially acceptable. Whereas 45% of the world’s population lived in densely populated areas in 1995, … Read More
Welcome to the jungle The world we live in is shaped by the transport options open to us. Indeed as technology has evolved, it has both had to adapt to existing environments, and has changed what was already there. The … Read More
Have you read about who owns a city? Well if you hadn’t, we’ve talked about it here at OFMN before: http://www.futuremobilitynow.com//who-owns-a-city – In collaboration with Checkdisout, we discussed how cities develop, and how they can become more user friendly. Recently released … Read More