mobility

While disruption may seem inevitable, city and governmental leaders can overcome it by understanding the causes, defining
The heated opposition from Los Angeles caused Mendoza to withdraw the bill recently, but he should not be deterred. As he
I know it's my mantra and my readers have heard it before, but we can do so much more if we would think PEOPLE FIRST, and
More than half of the world's population lives in cities, but in Latin America that figure soars to 80% and in Chile to 90%. This gives immense importance to urban policy making, both to help us understand the present and anticipate the future.
Next month, 50 medical students in Austin will show the country what can happen when a university and the city around it collaborate to bring fresh ideas to ongoing challenges.
2. No Wisdom Like Science: a Forward-looking Vision Provided that car manufacturers will soon be engaged in the mass mobility
The Rasa is a two seater ‘network electric’ car, powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. It’s the synthesis of all these technologies that delivers the groundbreaking efficiency and range, many times better than inserting fuel cells into conventional, heavy, vehicles.
The president's 2017 budget includes $15 million for a new Housing Choice Voucher Mobility Demonstration to help public housing agencies in ten regions collaborate on initiatives to help low-income families use existing vouchers to move to higher-opportunity neighborhoods
With phones, pads, phablets, tablets, and ultra-lightweight laptops, there's no shortage of mobile devices being juggled about the workplace. However, simply using these gadgets hardly means an organization is embracing the power of mobility.