10 things eft’s been reading this week

Reinventing the city

Cities are struggling. By 2050, two-thirds of us will live in cities according to the UN and already jammed urban areas are going to have to accommodate a lot more logistical and commuter traffic. To see what leading urban planners are thinking, we have a look at mobility in this week’s 10 things.

Kiss Your Car Goodbye: The Rise of Mobility as a Service. [Bloomberg]

‘Uber Was Supposed To Be Our Public Transit’. [CityLab]

Ford initiatives aimed at improving urban mobility. [FleetNews]

Simulating the city: Transport modelling technology maps the future of urban travel. [Verdict]

AI in mass transportation: transforming mobility through deep learning. [Government Europa]

How cities can ensure fair, affordable transit amid a glut of emerging transportation technologies. [Pacific Standard]

Uber, Lyft rides among the biggest reasons why you're probably sitting in traffic right now – study. [The Register]

New mobility platform enhancing first- and last-mile journeys. [Intelligent Transport]

How Cities Are Trying to Reinvent the Bus. [Wall Street Journal]

Govt of India plans to create 10 million jobs for electric mobility industry. [Urban Transport News]

If you want more on the topic, you can also check out this week’s stories, which are also focused on mobility:

If you would like to attend the race to the urban customer session with Markus Reckling, Managing Director, DHL Express Germany, then you should grab a ticket to the 3PL & Supply Chain Summit: Europe now!

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