Where do we stand with mobility?
Strategies and solutions for tomorrow’s transportation
International Transportation – eCollection | October 2023 | eJournal only
POINT OF VIEW
Is road transport of goods reliable?
EU mobility update
Single European Sky: new framework for interoperability rules – European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) fit for purpose – Rail Transport: New harmonised EU standards to support cross-border rail – EU funding for alternative fuels infrastructure
The new EU Battery Regulation
Reducing Europe’s dependency on supplying raw materials
Improving the circularity of e-bus batteries
Regulatory framework and end of life management for Li-Ion batteries in Colombia, India and Tanzania
Frederick Adjei, Inga Hilbert, Viviana López Hernández, Andreas Manhart, Deepali Khetriwal, Shruti Dalal, Silvani E Mng’anya, Dorah Swai, Haji Rehani, Luka Yohana, Ángel Eduardo Camacho
Unlocking the potential of Google’s mobility data
Benno Benjamin Bock
Autonomous shuttles in Bavarian Bad Birnbach
Research for an AI-supported future of public transport in rural areas
Urban mobility in Ukraine: Eight building blocks for a green recovery
What does it need to foster sustainable mobility in post-war Ukrainian cities?
PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS
Public Transport Management – where do we stand?
André Maia Pereira
Synthetic fuels in the traffic of the future
On water, on land and in the air: a look at standards compliance and material compatibility
Dimethyl ether as an alternative fuel
Can a diesel run on carbon-neutral liquefied petroleum gas?
Automotive vehicles need an all-round view to minimize traffic fatalities
SCIENCE & RESEARCH
Towards Vision Zero
V2X Communication for Active Vulnerable Road User Protection
Fabian de Ponte Müller
Estefania Munoz Diaz
Semi-trailer in Germany
Ongoing success story in driving the modal shift from road to rail
Significance map pedestrian traffic Leipzig
Mapping the relevance of the built environment for pedestrian traffic as the basis for strategic network development
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