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
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As a young driver, there’s little you can legally do about the cost of insurance; road tax is obligatory, and of course actually buying the car will set you back a few bob. With petrol and diesel prices knocking on … Read More
Believe it or not, virtually everything that goes into a new car can be made into something else at the end of the vehicle’s lifetime. Everything from the car’s batteries and oil, to the tyres and the foam in the … 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.
Trends like urbanisation and legislation are putting pressure on our love affair with automobiles. We look at how the relationship will change for the long term
Statistics released by Transport for London suggest that not only is cycling on the increase, but the infrastructure which supports it is being improved. The London Cycling Revolution End of Year Review details the improvements: 24 miles of cycling superhighways … Read More
Sustainable mobility is a goal for European auto makers, not just an aspiration. However, it is clear that a model of sustainable mobility cannot emerge from technology alone. A little like a jigsaw, there are many pieces…