What worked in the past is going to be challenged in the future—if not outright eliminated by technological changes
Better mobility starts with listening to customers
China is having second thoughts about phasing out discounts on electric cars after EV sales dropped 4% last year.
Perhaps traffic congestion will be less of a problem. Of course, then there’s air traffic control. . .
Rather than just trying to see how advanced mobility and robotics will fit into existing structures, Toyota is building a city to help determine how these things can be best integrated into people’s lives
Michigan is promoting mobility development through its PlanetM initiative. Trevor Pawl, who heads business development for the initiative, explains.
What do events in 2019 portend for the industry’s future?
Henri Poupart-Lafarge, who heads French transportation and infrastructure giant Alstom, has joined the short list of contenders to become the CEO of Renault.
Ford Motor Co. soon will begin testing a geofencing system in Cologne, Germany, that automatically switches plug-in hybrid vehicles to all-electric mode when operating in zero-emission areas.
U.K.-based Dynamo Motor Co. has launched an all-electric version of London’s iconic “black cab.”