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What Science Says Uber and Lyft are Doing to San Francisco

What Science Says Uber and Lyft are Doing to San Francisco SF Gate, May 2019 Ride-hailing companies once promised that their services would reduce the number of cars clogging city streets. In fact, the opposite is true in dense parts of cities. ...

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3 Cities to Charge for Curb Space in New Micromobility Pilot

3 Cities to Charge for Curb Space in New Micromobility Pilot Smart Cities Dive, March 2019 Three cities will be part of a collaborative pilot program to manage dockless scooters and other new forms of mobility by using a platform from mobility...

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The Race to Code the Curb

The Race to Code the Curb CityLab, April 2019 Everyone—from ride-hailing cars to delivery trucks to bikes and scooters—wants a piece of the curb. How can smart cities map and manage this precious resource? #LandUseandZoning #Article #Curb ...

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The IoT and the Future of Smart Cities Depends on Smart Mobility as a Building Block

The IoT and the Future of Smart Cities Depends on Smart Mobility as a Building Block IoT Evolution, May 2019 Smart Mobility, whether it be moving people, goods, or services is the lifeblood of our future city, and one that we must get right...

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Seattle Explores Congestion Pricing

Seattle Explores Congestion Pricing KIRO7, May 2019 Seattle said Thursday it’s exploring possibly charging drivers to use some city streets to ease congestion and reduce pollution – using tolls to clear roads during peak driving times and shift...

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London’s Experience With Congestion Pricing: It’s Working!

London’s Experience With Congestion Pricing: It’s Working! StreetsBlog NYC, May 2019 London implemented congestion pricing in 2003, so its experience provides some useful guideposts. But it also lays bare some of the challenges facing New York. ...

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Free Parking: Is it the Secret Ingredient in NYC’s Traffic Problem?

Free Parking: Is it the Secret Ingredient in NYC’s Traffic Problem? CityLimits.org, February 2019 If it makes sense to charge cars to drive on the city’s busiest streets, thereby discouraging auto use and speeding up traffic, wouldn’t it make...

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Are Curbs The Next Frontier In Urban Mobility? - Forbes

Are Curbs The Next Frontier In Urban Mobility? Forbes, April 2019 True management of the curb is about improving the experience for citizens throughout their journey. #LandUseandZoning #Article #AutonomousVehicles #Curb #Mobility ...

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Making Micromobility Work for Citizens, Cities, and Service Providers

Making Micromobility Work for Citizens, Cities, and Service Providers Deloitte Insights, April 2019 E-scooters and dockless bicycles appeared in cities’ bike lanes suddenly and in great numbers, showing a real demand for single-occupant vehicles...

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Chicago Will Launch a Pilot With 2,500+ Scooters on June 15, With a Nighttime Curfew

Chicago Will Launch a Pilot With 2,500+ Scooters on June 15, With a Nighttime Curfew StreetsBlog Chicago, May 2019 Chicago announced a program that is designed to test how scooters as a mobility option can support these goals and to evaluate the...

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