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Environmental Traffic Management: For cleaner air in our cities
According to recent WHO figures, 99% of the world's population breathes air that exceeds WHO guideline levels. The good news is that 6000 cities in 110 countries are now measuring air levels and want to take action. One area they are taking a closer look at is road traffic. After all, cars and other vehicles emit a large proportion of the emissions that pollute our air. What can cities do about it? For example, they can orchestrate traffic based on the needs of the environment. And that's exactly what Environmental Traffic Management can do. Let's take a closer look!
The European Mobility Week 2023: Six examples of saving energy for a more sustainable mobility
In 2002, the European Commission introduced The European Mobility Week (EMW). The EMW is the European Commission’s flagship awareness-raising campaign…
Why we need more than just an expansion of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
In addition to more intelligent and new forms of transportation, Electric Vehicles (EVs) are a vital component for the transport sector to improve air quality - starting today. Yet a larger uptake of EVs will require a major build-out of the worldwide Electronic Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI). For a smooth and convenient driving experience, the Electronic Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI) must be reliable, available, and accessible. Therefore, iwill not be sufficient to just set up new charging points. There needs to be an entire ecosystem working – simple, fast, and easy to manage.
We must realize a reliable public EV charging infrastructure – but how?
Charging your vehicle is probably the number-one issue for people considering buying a fully electric or plug-in hybrid car right now. Where can the vehicle be charged? What equipment is needed?