Does car sharing really reduce car use?

By |junij 29th, 2017|congestion, cycling, diesel cars, Euro 5, Euro 6, inter-modal transport, intermodality, modal shift, News, public transport, uber, urban mobility, urban transport, walking|

Concerns that sharing schemes do not deliver a net reduction in car use are not supported by evidence, writes Greg Archer. Now, digitisation and the sharing economy provide an opportunity to reduce the number of vehicles in our cities even further, he ...

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Rethinking the cost of conventionally fueled road transport

By |april 6th, 2017|Air Pollution, Automotive Industry, Car emissions, combustion engine, dieselgate, electric cars, Euro 5, Euro 6, News, particulate matter, Volkswagen|

If the human health costs from air pollution were to be accounted and paid for by the fossil car industry, we would see the price tag of conventional cars double, writes Teodora Serafimova.

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