Commercial This May sees Iveco, Italy’s largest van, bus, and truck maker as OFMN’s Manufacturer of the Month. The supported by OFMN, Iveco team will be posting updates, interviews and videos on the commercial vehicle industry and its latest innovation … Read More
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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
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
Electric mobility is a key objective of various European governments in order to provide a sustainable solution for emissions reduction and alternative transport methods. The European Union is also supporting technological optimisation for the electrification of transport, so as to … Read More
Where do you work best? Your Our Future Mobility Now correspondent finds that very little else gets in the way of work more reliably than sitting at home on the sofa, TV remote just inches away, and the fridge packed … Read More
Missed this webinar? Don’t worry – the recording is available here! In the mean time, why not try to me win a trip for 2 to Turin with the eco:Drive Virtual Challenge! Visit: http://www.futuremobilitynow.com//ecodrive-page/ to find out more! When? April 5, 2012 … Read More
It may seem odd to draw a link between computer games and mobility. After all, transport is about movement, and computer video games seem to be about sitting alone on the sofa in the dark. This isn’t altogether fair, since … Read More
Despite the severe strain that it may place on a relationship, many people appreciate the occasional trip to IKEA, a Swedish purveyor of cheap hotdogs that also sells flat-pack furniture. The problems with IKEA, however, are two-fold. The first is … 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
Better take the bus In March 2011 European Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas grabbed headlines with his aim to phase out (i.e. ban) conventionally-fuelled cars from city centres by 2050. It is certainly an ambitious vision, given that 97% of vehicles … Read More
Part of the drive for Sustainable Mobility is encouraging people to use the mode of transport most appropriate for them. If you live close to work, and it is safe to do so you should consider walking.