Mads Holm-Petersen

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GrEEEn Solutions for Livable Cities

Publication | March 2016<p>Practical ways on how urban managers, development practitioners, businesses, and citizens can engage to make cities more …

One of these seven US cities will receive $50 million to rethink urban transport

An aging population and increased urbanization are set to dramatically change America's transport needs, and the government wants to do something about it. In 2015, the Department of Transportation unveiled its Smart City challenge, a competition for mid-sized cities to their rethink urban …

Is logistics heading towards its final destination?

In this digitally enabled world, it’s easy to be distracted by the wealth of technology now available. Mobile apps and devices are transforming the …

As Code for America Summit kicks off, Microsoft is committed to helping create smart cities | Stories

In California, coding is helping to make it simpler for food stamp recipients to learn whether their benefits are in peril. In New Orleans, it has …

Smart Cities

Driverless Truck Corridor Proposed from Canada to Mexico

Driverless Trucks Could Improve Work-Zone Safety

How to Integrate a New BRT System With Existing Transport Modes

Public transport is essential for a city to function. However, cities in the Global South often encounter financial and planning challenges when …

What is the full cost of your commute? — the Discourse.

https://goo.gl/hiA545<p><i>With contributions from Erin Millar, Josli Rockafella and George Poulos</i><p><b>Part 4</b><p>The 003 Main Street bus, which runs between …

Cycling the city: 'I have a dream that Jakarta should be like Copenhagen'

Indonesia’s capital is one of the most congested cities in the world, with a reputation as a dangerous place to ride a bike. <b>Harry Pearl</b> meets the activists and young entrepreneurs taking matters into their own hands<p>For five hours every Sunday, the usual chaos of cars, clapped-out buses and swarms …

LA MOBILITY PLAN 2035 RANT. THIS IS THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS NEWSPAPER ARTICLE I HAVE SEEN TO DATE.