All posts tagged “driving

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Mobility at CES

CES is underway right now in Las Vegas. About 200,000 people are in attendance.  Since tech and mobility are today closely intertwined, the show has become an important platform for the automative industry. Here is a video showcasing BMW’s new iNext concept (expected by 2021):… Read More

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Red streetcar tracks

A few months ago when I wrote about “Toronto’s great streets” I mentioned that Queens Quay West – while magnificent – has had its share of issues. Cyclists and pedestrians often find themselves battling for space. And drivers are consistently driving in the wrong places.… Read More

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Is Tesla the new iPhone?

Benedict Evans just published a great post on his blog about “Tesla, software and disruption.” I recommend a full read. In it, he tries to answer whether Tesla is really “the new iPhone” and if it will be as disruptive to the car landscape as some/many people… Read More

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Minimum fleet

Here is an interesting study by the MIT Senseable City Lab, which looks at: “the minimum number of vehicles needed to serve all the trips in New York without delaying passengers’ pick up times.” If you can’t see the embedded video below, click here. This… Read More