MaaS could be the sustainable compromise in the battle for attention between public transport and the private car. But what on earth does it mean?
Building Green Hydrogen Trains in Bo’Ness
Hydrogen fuel is widely viewed as one of multiple pathways for transitioning away from fossil fuels in transportation. Car manufacturers have been experimenting with so-called hydrogen fuel cells for the last 20 years or so. At one point, it was even being touted by some vehicle manufacturers as the preferred route to battery-electric vehicles (BEVs).…
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Prioritise People and Nature Over Cars, Say Reports
Policymakers are too focused on the shift to electric vehicles and must broaden their thinking if they are to deliver a fairer transport system and achieve greater wellbeing, according to a report published by progressive think tank the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR). https://videopress.com/v/hXwYG1Ua?loop=true&posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fscotlandinmotion.files.wordpress.com%2F2021%2F07%2Fimg_1443.jpg&preloadContent=metadata The report, entitled All aboard: A plan for fairly decarbonising…
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