Population surges are overwhelming transportation infrastructure. How should cities respond?

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Urban populations are growing rapidly and threatening to overwhelm existing transportation infrastructures. Thankfully, the solution is in our hands — literally. The mobile phones we carry nowadays can be a key component in solving these systemic challenges. Mobile systems can…

Mobility underpins everything we do as individuals; as communities; as regional, national and international economies. Yet it is widely cited as one of the most intractable and universal challenges faced by cities the world over.

Historically, mobility has been viewed largely as a product, which includes the vehicles, physical infrastructure…

The rise of on-demand transportation services has transformed transportation in urban and suburban regions. Originating with ridehailing and more recently expanding to bikes, scooters, and car-sharing, Mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) has emerged as a viable alternative to personal vehicle ownership or use. …

Visiting Porto? Here’s how you can move around town

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Located in the north of Portugal, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal.

Covered by an ever progressing, accomplished transport network, getting to Porto could never be easier whether it be by plane, bus, car, boat, train or metro. …

Pick by Ubirider

Pick integrates and combines different transport modes with a mobile fare payment feature. It offers more travelling options, under one seamless experience.

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