Cities & Buildings David Silverberg - 19/October/2023

North America takes on the urban transport challenge

Municipalities and local governments across North America are facing up to transport emissions in their own jurisdictions by electrifying public transport and incentivising drivers to leave their cars at home

There is more space dedicated for parking cars than housing humans

PRO CAR Many urban areas have been designed to make driving private cars easier

FLEET ELECTRIFICATION The procurement of e-bus fleets is a growing trend across North America

KEY QUOTE The availability of parking is often a key determining factor if someone drives or not ...


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