When taken as a whole, private motorised vehicles are among the world’s biggest polluters, so it might seem odd that some cities are doubling down on individual car usage to become more sustainable. But it’s the “shared” aspect of these new initiatives that has climate stewards cheering. After all, sharing cars can reduce the number […]
Weighing advantages of data and artificial intelligence over privacy and trust concerns in transportation.
The most challenging part of the logistics chain has always been the end: reaching consumers directly. It’s a step that urbanists refer to as the last mile, and it became a first priority for customers and businesses alike as the demand for e-commerce escalated with the Covid-19 pandemic. At the same time, cities worldwide began
Is the future of transportation ripe for a digital transformation or do we still have a long way to go? To find out, EIT Urban Mobility’s Competence Hub sat down with Dr. Massimo Moraglio, author of 100+ publications as well as an experienced tech and mobility consultant in the public and private sector. He is
On December 1, 2023, IESE Business School and EIT Urban Mobility embarked on their first joint endeavour at an Incubation Workshop hosted by IESE’s PPP for Cities (Public-Private Partnerships) research centre in Barcelona. Under the guiding theme of “A Vision for Barcelona’s Future,” the event served as an open forum to address Barcelona’s multifaceted urban