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Rubén M.Cenzano
La fe no mueve las montañas, para eso estamos los ingenieros
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Singapore to develop and trial autonomous buses
Once driverless taxis have been on the roads for a year , Singapore goes a step further testing autonomous buses. As part of efforts by the Committee on Autonomous Road Transport for Singapore ( CARTS ) to develop and deploy autonomous vehicles (AVs) to enh...

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Berlin plans a new network of bike superhighways
The plan approved in February is about to develop 13 new bike superhighways -narrowed down from an original list of 30. They will be completely segregated, unbroken longer-distance routes that will allow Berliners to get in and out of the city center much f...

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Beijing to replace all taxis with new energy vehicles
Beijing is aiming to gradually replace its petrol-powered taxis with greener new energy vehicles to help reduce air pollution starting from this year. The city currently has about 71,000 taxis in total, out of which 67,000 are conventionally powered. It has...

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circular runways under analysis
The aviation sector currently doubles in size every 15 years. In order to facilitate that growth while at the same time improving safety and security and reducing environmental impact, the EU is financing a project called ‘ The Endless Runway ’.  This new a...

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awards of 2017 global road safety film festival
UNECE and Life  recently announced the winners of the 2017 Global Road Safety Film Festival . Among the top three winners were a film about drink driving, and two films about distracted driving. The winner of the Gran Prix Prize, "Reflections from Inside Da...

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Paris to say au revoir to traffic lights to improve safety and traffic flow
The City Hall in Paris has given the green light to plans for fewer traffic lights , in a bid to improve traffic flow and motorists' safety. The mairie is to test a scheme where streets would make more use of give-way junctions, 30km/h zones, roundabouts an...

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report recommends pause on Manchester’s 20mph (30km/h) scheme
An evaluation of 20mph (30km/h) zones in Manchester has recommended that the City Council should for the time being focus on alternative road safety schemes because the zones have had little positive effect on speed, collisions and casualties. The evaluatio...

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Atlanta’s reversible express lanes project opens
   The  I-75 South Metro  reversible express lane project in Atlanta, (USA) recently opened along almost 21km (12 miles). The Georgia Department of Transportation’s (GDOT’s) NaviGAtor software will monitor the express lanes and will help displaying current ...

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big data and transport: telematics
Uber is currently releasing its new tool, Movement , in order to provide cities with traffic patterns based on millions of trips taken over time -where data is anonymised. The tool tracks how long it takes to get from one point to another, and how that chan...

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Paris (and other European cities) increase the number and size of pedestrian zones
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo banned cars from a large section of the River Seine’s quayside last autumn. Now, she’s going to push her pedestrianization measures even further. In
autumn 2018, Paris will extend its car-free zone westward by a kilometre, install ...
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