The Future of Autonomous Vehicles

Self-driving cars (AVs) could make cities more livable, sustainable, equitable, and just. Fully automated self-driving cars will be available for sale in cities by 2020. They have very different economics than our current cars, so won’t fit in well with today’s rules of play. I see two distinct possibilities for our automated car future: Heaven […]

Bus LInes and Low Capacity Transit with bsquiklehausen | Modded Tutorial | Cities: Skylines

Hi everyone, my name is bsquiklehausen, and today I’m collaborating with Paradox Interactive to bring you the first part of a three part series on realistic transit in Cities: Skylines. Keep an eye out on the top of the screen for some of the mods I’m using, but they’re mostly cosmetic so you can implement […]

Superblocks: How Barcelona is taking city streets back from cars

If you imagine a typical American city street, and you take away the space that’s dedicated to cars, you aren’t left with very much. There are some narrow walkways on the side, and some bridges in between them, but not much else. Cars dominate cities. Spend some time walking around most cities and you’ll find […]

Self-Driving Cars Won’t Save Cities – Here’s What Will

This video is sponsored by Brilliant. The first 200 to use the link in the description get 20% off their annual premium subscription. Self-driving cars are coming. Maybe in two years, maybe in twenty, But someday the steering wheel will fade into history like Jell-O Salad and these weird coasters. The elderly and disabled will […]

Enrique Peñalosa: Why buses represent democracy in action

Mobility in developing world cities is a very peculiar challenge, because different from health or education or housing, it tends to get worse as societies become richer. Clearly, a unsustainable model. Mobility, as most other developing country problems, more than a matter of money or technology, is a matter of equality, equity. The great inequality […]

Could This Subway Car Save NYC Transit? – Cheddar Explains

[MUSIC] The New York City subway system. [MUSIC]. Used by almost 8 million riders every weekday, it serves as a staple in the Big Apple. On a good day, you can get a good seat, read your book, get a head on emails, and at the very least, not have to deal with traffic. But […]

How Kip is driving research & innovation! Curtin University’s autonomous bus

>>I think it’s a fantastic opportunity for Curtin to show the state, the country and the world that as an early adopter, this is what a university should be about.>>I think the moral and the safety issues of driverless vehicles is actually important here.>>Control is probably the biggest stumbling block that we’re going to face […]

What should electric cars sound like? | Renzo Vitale

Let’s start with silence. Silence is one of the most precious conditions for humans, because it allows us to feel the depth of our presence. This is one of the reasons why the advent of electric cars has generated lots of enthusiasm among people. For the first time, we could associate the concept of cars […]