新作 | “漂浮群岛” – 人行天桥设计,深圳 / 坊城设计
"坊城设计负责整体慢行系统的规划、建筑以及景观设计。这次我们介绍的是其中建筑与景观融合度最高的二号连廊—-“漂浮群岛” 。"
gooood谷德设计网 , 28.08.2020

坪山区交通轨道管理中心, 17.08.2020

Rotterdam Offers Free Parklets to Help Local Businesses Turn Parking Spots Into Terraces
Rotterdam municipality is helping local businesses to reopen by offering free decking to create an outdoor terraced area to carry out business activities in a safe space.
Popupcity, 06.08.2020

China approves $US 68bn inter-city plan for Pearl River Delta
Massive railway expansion approved, much of it centred on Guangzhou.
International Railway Journal, 04.08.2020

Intersection changes in Beijing to allow bikes to directly turn left with left turning traffic, rather than in two stages with pedestrians.
新京报网, 01.08.2020

Shenzhen looks to plug a major failing in it's urban transport system: bike facilities. An ambitious and continuous citywide 'bike highway' network is proposed.
深圳市交通运输局, 21.07.2020

骑车难忘被天桥坡道支配的恐惧 深圳首条设在高架桥上的非机动车道来了!
深圳首条设在高架桥上的非机动车道., 14.07.2020

COVID Mobility Works gathers best practices of Global Mobility Responses to COVID-19
A platform "devoted to collecting, compiling, and sharing mobility initiatives that are keeping the world moving during the COVID-19 pandemic", with breakdowns by topic and mode. Quality is patchy but with some useful nuggets.
Covid Mobility Works, 06.07.2020

World Bank funding for a combination median bus lane and kerbside bus lane project in Harbin. It is designed to be 'upgradeable to BRT in the future', which raises the obvious question: why didn't they just do BRT now?
黑龙江日报报业集团, 19.06.2020

北京推共享单车免费骑行激励措施 停车入栏方可享优惠
For the first time, a major city actually promoting bike sharing, rather than just focusing on restrictions and controls?, 20.05.2020

GM says it is 'almost there' on million-mile electric vehicle battery
Current electric vehicle batteries typically last 160,000 to 320,000 km. Reuters reported in early May that Tesla, in partnership with Chinese battery maker CATL, plans to introduce its own million-mile (1.6 million km) battery later this year or early next.
Reuters, 20.05.2020

公交有无座位可提前知 全国首条5G智能调度试点线广州开跑
南方都市报, 13.05.2020

Europe’s Cities Are Making Less Room for Cars After Coronavirus
With limitations on transit density cities are accelerating measures to promote cycling and walking, including downtown pedestrian priority and long-distance cycleways.
Citylab, 22.04.2020

广州日报, 16.04.2020

牡丹盛发时 银隆18米“牡丹车”上岗洛阳
18m electric bus from Yinlong.
企业新闻, 13.04.2020

Lane dividers needed.
腾讯网, 07.04.2020

Playing out: Waverley's kids are reclaiming the streets from cars
Districts in one part of Sydney can request road closures for a few hours each week so people can use the streets. It's proven very popular.
Sydney Morning Herald, 14.03.2020

新浪科技(ID:techsina),作者:张俊, 11.03.2020

广州人行过街设施待优化 珠江新城过街连廊上锁成摆设
Critque of pedestrian bridge designs and measures in Guangzhou. "包括珠江新城连廊在内的众多天桥过街设施,与“五佳”仍有距离,特别是需要在增设雨棚和方便市民上下两方面。"
金羊网, 11.03.2020

Spectular pedestrian bridge to be built in Guangzhou. "人行桥跨中总宽 20米,其中西侧桥面宽6米,东侧桥面宽8米,中部梯道宽6米。整个工程占地面积约15025.9平方米,其中 占河道约9329.6平方米、陆地约5696.3平方米。总投资约19486万元。"
金羊网, 11.03.2020

Sina, 05.03.2020

“Parking cash-out” clears the first of two votes unanimously
"The DC Council voted unanimously Tuesday for a bill that would allow employees to “cash-out” free parking offered by their employer. The bill would let employees who receive free parking instead take the value in cash for transit, bicycling, or walking."
Greater Greater Washington, 03.03.2020

Cash top-up allows boardwalk along Parramatta River
"Located opposite the ferry wharf in central Parramatta, the three-metre wide boardwalk will be a "river-level path" that will allow pedestrians and cyclists to access the foreshore on the river's northern bank. The project includes stairs from the boardwalk to Stewart and Macarthur streets." Unfortuntately Parramatta is also building an LRT.
Sydney Morning Herald, 01.03.2020

Estimated car cost as a predictor of driver yielding behaviors for pedestrians
The science is clear: drivers of expensive cars are jerks.
Science Direct, 29.02.2020

Uber and Lyft Are Increasing Emissions, Not Lowering Them
"The report concludes that ride-sharing services could become more climate-friendly by electrifying their fleets, improving the pricing and convenience of pooled rides, and encouraging the use of public transit by providing “first- and last-mile connections” that only replace the part of the journey that a train or bus won’t cover."
Slate, 26.02.2020

The stubborn myths of rent and gentrification
Stop worrying about gentrification.
The Week, 19.02.2020

Hyundai Motor halts production at local plants on parts supply disruption
Given China's central role in many supply chains, the coronavirus outbreak is going to impact global supply chains in unexpected ways. This article from Korea provides an early indication of the coming disruptions and impacts. "The production shutdown is due mainly to the inventory shortage of wiring harnesses, which are mostly produced in China."
Korea Herald, 04.02.2020

北京晚报, 16.01.2020

Oslo saw zero pedestrian and cyclist deaths in 2019. Here’s how the city did it.
"Perhaps most remarkably, no children under 15 died in roadway crashes anywhere in the country of Norway during 2019, which has a population of about 5.3 million."
Curbed, 03.01.2020

绍兴行掌上公交, 11.12.2019

A much-improved approach to high-speed railway station planning taking place in Guangzhou North.
Dayoo, 10.12.2019

久事公交集团、巴士一公司, 26.11.2019

武汉快速公交, 19.11.2019

Tianjin leading the way?
界面新闻, 18.11.2019

北京日报, 09.11.2019

南都记者, 21.10.2019

Sydney's new 65km walking track stretches from Parramatta to Penrith
Ambitious greenway network planning - 65km walking route.
Sydney Morning Herald, 13.10.2019

Street by Street, Amsterdam Is Cutting Cars Out of the Picture
"The tools Amsterdam is using to build its car-free future don’t require huge amounts of disruption or cost. Key among these is what the Dutch call a “cut” (knip in Dutch). This involves simply putting up barriers that close off a short strip of a long street; most of the street can still be accessed for deliveries, pick-ups, and drop-offs, but it’s no longer good as a route across town."
Citylab, 07.10.2019

广州科学城将建风雨连廊 搭地铁再不怕日晒雨淋
Huangpu District leads the way.
羊城晚报, 26.09.2019

Innovative bus stop upgrades in Kunshan
公共交通资讯, 21.09.2019

[重庆]“高铁+上盖物业” 沙坪坝火车站打造成全国第一个商圈高铁TOD(图)
Real high speed rail TOD.
MOT, 10.09.2019

人民日报客户端, 06.09.2019

北京首批公务电动自行车投用 解决10公里以内的出行难题
北京日报, 02.09.2019

国务院发文要求取消汽车限购 北京称没接到通知
Cities under pressure to remove car registration restrictions. 国务院发文要求取消汽车限购 北京称没接到通知,买车仍需摇号
经济观察网, 29.08.2019

人民网, 27.08.2019

黄埔东路新增5座人行天桥,全部桥宽5.8m、有顶棚,预计2020年底完工。 New bridges in the eastern part of the BRT corridor.
Dayoo, 18.08.2019

番禺广场TOD规划通过审议 4线交会将打造5层地下空间
TOD in Panyu
广州市规划和自然资源局, 10.08.2019

We regret to inform you that scooters aren’t actually good for the environment
Just because the scooters themselves don’t spew out carbon dioxide, doesn’t mean the process of making, charging, and transporting them is emission-free.... Scooters typically produce more emissions than a standard bus with high ridership, an electric moped, an electric bicycle, a regular bicycle, or a good old carbon-free walk.
Vox, 08.08.2019

2019年Q2中国主要城市交通分析报告出炉 2019全国交通便利城市排行榜解读
Maigoo, 30.07.2019

Was the Automotive Era a Terrible Mistake?
The age of driving may be merely a cul-de-sac in transportation history.
New Yorker, 22.07.2019

厦首个BRT与地铁换乘站点成功"试水" 换乘客流增600%
XMHOUSE消息, 09.07.2019

信息时报记者 卢云龙 潘敬文 , 30.06.2019

Extremely annoying complaints by a whinging reporter about the varied ways people enjoy a new bike-only roadway, but an excellent new development in Beijing if done as part of a wider network., 13.06.2019

Taking a city’s pulse with moveable sensors
A small number of taxis can circulate over a one-third of a city in a day, and a slightly larger number can reach half the city, but after that, a much bigger fleet is needed. "The practical side of the study is that city planners and policymakers, among others, now potentially have a more concrete idea about the investment needed for certain levels of mobile sensing, as well as the extent of the results they would likely obtain."
MIT News, 11.06.2019

交通运输部网站, 03.06.2019


羊城晚报, 22.05.2019

Hanoi BRT project faces failure
Writing on the wall for the Hanoi BRT
VOV, 13.05.2019

中新知识城建成广州首个风雨连廊系统 防日晒雨淋

金羊网, 10.05.2019

羊城晚报, 18.04.2019

深圳湾口岸人行天桥建成使用 成南山区第一长天桥 设14部电梯
深圳新闻网, 15.04.2019

STEC allots B7.79bn for Mor Chit project
Value capture - US$250 million (7.79 billion baht) paid by developer for a site next to Mo Chit Skytrain station owned by the Skytrain operator.
Bangkok Post, 12.04.2019

Barcelona’s superblocks are a new model for “post-car” urban living
Plans to drastically reduce the motor vehicle network in Barcelona.
Vox, 11.04.2019

Ford CEO says the company 'overestimated' self-driving cars
"Following years of hype and billions of dollars in investment, some other companies are admitting that expectations for self-driving cars were perhaps too high."
Bloomberg, 11.04.2019

China UTC / 南方网, 10.04.2019

纽约市拟征交通拥堵费 所征费用将补贴地铁系统
Xinhua, 02.04.2019

近日,成都市规划设计研究院与北京摩拜科技有限公司签订了战略合作协议,将围绕共享单车停放管控、接驳公共交通、资源合理投放等热点问题进行研究,给成都市慢行系统优化和城市品质提升提供一个“更优解”。Let's see the results. Will measures be devised and implemented based on this data?
红星新闻, 19.03.2019

上海久事, 15.03.2019

2019年郑州将开通4条地铁线 开建6条快速公交线
郑州将于2019年开工建设6条快速公交线路、16条常规公交专用道和28处公交场站。在重点领域治理上,加快新能源汽车推广,确保2020年实现市区内所有公交车全部更新为新能源车,基本实现市区出租汽车纯电动化目标。City centre access?
中原网, 08.03.2019

Economic benefits of walking and cycling
The latest evidence, research and findings on the economic benefits of walking and cycling, showcasing studies developed by Transport for London and other organisations.
Transport for London, 19.02.2019

Welcome to Oslo! NO PARKING.
More and more European cities are effectively banning automobiles from their city centers — and it seems to be working out just fine for local businesses. The cities are "discovering that restoring these historic spaces to their pre-automobile states is as good for tourism, local business, and overall civic contentedness as it is for air quality and a shrinking carbon footprint."
NRDC, 01.02.2019

Caixin, 28.01.2019

What happened when Oslo decided to make its downtown basically car-free?
It was a huge success: Parking spots are now bike lanes, transit is fast and easy, and the streets (and local businesses) are full of people. To help support the shift, the city made “massive improvements in public transport and making cycling safe and comfortable,” says Rune Gjøs, Oslo’s head of cycling.
Fast Company, 24.01.2019

The Transcendent Incompetence of the L Train Fiasco
Fascinating case study of how projects can move forward with no-one actually questioning anything. This is an issue with many BRT projects. "In all walks of life — engineering, politics, transportation — there is a fine line between the earned wisdom of experience and the toxic self-regard of a credentialed rut."
New York Times, 12.01.2019

Scooter Companies vs. the Regulators
Regulators vs dockless mobility: it's what drove Mobike and Ofo into the ground in Guangzhou, and the experience is also familiar in the US.
Slate, 12.12.2018

Shenzhen's silent revolution: world's first fully electric bus fleet quietens Chinese megacity
Interesting though uncritical take on bus fleet electrification in Shenzhen, headlining the noise reduction benefits. Bus frequency is very high even in off-peak periods, with near empty electric buses ubiquitous in off-peak periods, providing an impressive level of passenger service. However, Shenzhen still does not manage to provide any real-time information on bus arrivals at bus stops, and the city does not provide any significant on-street bus priority anywhere, and the benefits of high bus frequency have nothing to do with electrification. The article does clear up one mystery: why such extremely high off-peak frequency even where buses are near empty? Evidently a large subsidy requires buses to meet operational-km targets. Our proposal for Shenzhen's next step forward for its 100% electric bus fleet? Implement BRT or meaningful bus priority and provide real-time bus arrival information for passengers at bus stops.
Guardian, 12.12.2018

Sydney's new 80km walk to be most spectacular in the world
"It was an act of imagination to have Sydneysiders understand the scale of public land around the harbour. The idea that you can walk from Bondi to Manly is a reality now". The multi-day walk would become a "major tourist attraction". It would be as good if not better than the world's great walking trails including North America's Appalachian Trail, the Camino de Santiago in France and Spain, and Cinque Terra in Italy. Together with federal and state government agencies, six related mayors agreed to link existing coastal and harbour-side walking tracks and paths, and erect consistent signs and directions. About 60 km of the trail is on public land. The rest will be on footpaths, including near Point Piper, Darling Point and Potts Point.
Sydney Morning Herald, 26.11.2018

河北沧州为改善空气质量 政府买单请市民免费坐公交
新浪新闻, 16.11.2018

Milking Scooters for Cash Helps Cities Build for the Future
"In Austin, officials are charging companies $100 a bike or scooter during its experimental phase, and could raise tens of thousands annually. Mobility startups operating in Santa Monica, California, have shelled out a $20,000 each for the right to operate, plus $130 per each device on the street, plus $1 per device per day for the privilege of parking on the public sidewalk. (That last charge is modeled off the way the city charges restaurants for outdoor dining.) Participants’ in Los Angeles’ soon-to-launch scooter and bike program will have a similar setup. Portland, Oregon, meanwhile, is charging the companies operating there a 25-cent per trip fee."
Wired, 06.11.2018

Cities on the World Stage: A ‘superblock’ design that inspires more like it
Superblocks to the rescue? "The Superblock has the potential to address a number of urban priorities, including air quality, noise pollution, public health and social isolation. Barcelona’s leadership and ambition with the Superblock is refreshing, and others around the world are taking notice.", 18.10.2018

成都正在打造“轨道+公交+慢行”绿色交通体系,未来成都将打造 “9廊27线216片”自行车网络,规划自行车道共计4315公里。“9廊”为自行车专用道网络,规划里程共计300公里。“27线”为自行车主通道,规划里程共计468公里。“216片”为自行车优先道 网络,规划里程共计885公里。
China UTC, 30.09.2018

Robert Venturi: the bad-taste architect who took a sledgehammer to modernism
Robert Venturi, author of one of the 20th Century's best books on architecture, 'Learning from Las Vegas', has died. The Guardian: "Venturi was one of the most influential figures in 20th-century architecture, taking an erudite sledgehammer to the dogmas of modernism and arguing for a world that embraced history, diversity and humour."
The Guardian, 20.09.2018

Induced Demand
The complex sets of inputs required for quantifying induced demand—including local economic and demographic conditions, the quality and availability of alternative transportation options, and the decision-making processes of thousands of individual actors—leave plenty of room for interpretation.
Citylab, 06.09.2018

石家庄拟建设BRT系统,计划年内正式开工。首条快速公交BRT 1号线将选址石家庄市东西向主轴槐安路,全长约27公里。, 15.08.2018

See No Evil
An article explaining the robustness of supply chains. 'Tributaries' rather than 'chains'. ... "In some sense all gold is the same, so you just buy the cheapest gold you can get. But if you look at it in another way, it matters how it was mined and transported. And then all of the sudden, every piece of gold is a little bit different."
Miriam Posner, Logic Magazine, 11.08.2018

A Once-Maligned Concrete Megastructure in Seoul is Revitalized—Sans Gentrification
A focus on infill and re-use is example for some of the largely abandoned areas in cities like Ji'an, China. "Now, thanks to the Remaking Sewoon Project, which Seoul mayor Park Won-soon spearheaded in 2015, Sewoon Sangga is poised as an adaptive- reuse success story in the city’s post–2008 recession efforts to improve walkability, connect communities, and nurture creative growth."
Metropolis, 08.08.2018

Secret document warns vision for Sydney's light rail ignored realities
A 'Lessons for Light Rail' report says the project for a light rail from Sydney's CBD to the eastern suburbs should have had a more detailed design process with a longer evaluation and negotiation period. The report notes that "Visions were promoted before understanding the real constraints of the project - the underground utilities and drainage."
SMH, 05.08.2018

智慧公交站牌包含三大模块:公交动态信息发布大屏、乘客互动查询触摸屏、便民援助服务终端。能实时发布各条公交线路的站点、下一班公交车预计到站时间、未来几班公交车的载客人数等实用信息,还能识别上车人数和下车人数。, 27.07.2018

China made solar panels cheap. Now it’s doing the same for electric buses.
"Battery electric buses are still a nascent technology; they haven’t hit the steep upward slope of the S-curve yet. For city and county authorities, the decision between BEBs and diesel or natural gas buses is still agonizingly difficult, involving considerations about infrastructure, interoperability, lock-in, and lifecycle analysis that are new to many of them. So the market needs a kick in the pants to really get moving. And it looks like China is providing it."
Vox, 24.07.2018

2018Q2老牌堵城北京重回榜首,广州紧随其后 根据高德地图交通大数据监测的100个主要城市结果显示,本季北京高峰拥堵延时指数2.095,广州高峰延时指数2.030,分别位于榜单第一、二位。北京本季高峰平均车速22.4km/h,广州车速22.60km/h,从车速运行最慢城市榜来看北京排第9,广州排第11。重庆、哈尔滨、银川、上海指数在1.90以上位于第二阶梯,济南、贵阳、珠海、长春高峰拥堵延时指数小于1.90,位于第三阶梯。
Useit, 20.07.2018

Apartment buildings are illegal to build in 73.5% of San Francisco
"Apartment building" is defined to be a building with 3 or more homes. It is illegal to build a building with more than 5 homes in 87% of San Francisco. Many apartment buildings already exist in the red and orange areas but would be illegal to build today.
vadimg (data SF Gov, code Github), 19.07.2018

厦门启动全国首个商用级5G技术 BRT将实现智能辅助驾驶
中规院交通院, 15.06.2018

Madrid Takes Its Car Ban to the Next Level
Following an announcement this week, the Spanish capital confirmed that, starting in November, all non-resident vehicles will be barred from a zone that covers the entirety of Madrid’s center. The only vehicles that will be allowed in this zone are cars that belong to residents who live there, zero-emissions delivery vehicles, taxis, and public transit.
Citylab, 24.05.2018

Chicago Parking Meter Lease Slow-Motion Train Wreck Only Has 65 More Years to Go
Chicago’s parking meter system raked in $134.2 million last year, putting private investors on pace to recoup their entire $1.16 billion investment by 2021 with 62 years to go in the lease, the latest annual audit shows. Chicago has converted what used to be $23.8 million in annual revenues for the city and turned it into a $21.7 million expense.
Urbanophile, 17.05.2018

发改委:中小城市不宜过高预估高铁带动作用 盲目造城
China's top national economic planner has issued guidelines specifying that land around high speed rail stations earmarked for development should not on average exceed 50 hectares, although for a small number of stations, that figure goes to up to 100 ha. The NDRC said that new high-speed railway lines should not lead to the partitioning of cities; stations should be located within, or as near as possible to, central urban areas for convenience of passengers; and buildings should not be ostentatious, grandiose projects. Unfortunately, the horse has bolted and these guidelines probably should have been provided a decade ago.
财新网, 09.05.2018

Electric Buses Are Hurting the Oil Industry
China had about 99 percent of the 385,000 electric buses on the roads worldwide in 2017, accounting for 17 percent of the country’s entire fleet. Every five weeks, Chinese cities add 9,500 of the zero-emissions transporters—the equivalent of London’s entire working fleet, according Bloomberg New Energy Finance. For every 1,000 battery-powered buses on the road, about 500 barrels a day of diesel fuel will be displaced from the market.
Bloomberg, 24.04.2018

广州市人大常委会机关信息化办公室, 23.04.2018

The Real Reason Your Local Mall is Failing
"And we should also recognize where our wealth really comes from. It comes from our downtown and our core neighborhoods (those within walking distance of the downtown). It certainly doesn't come from people driving through those places. It doesn't come from people commuting in. It doesn't come from tourists or developers or the potential of land development out on the edge."
Strong Towns, 23.04.2018

"For the first time, scooters and bikes, the absolute rockstars of urban mobility, have started coming close to enjoying a similar user experience as cars: the convenient user experience of go anywhere, park anywhere. If cities allow and mandate that we be able to park cars everywhere, why shouldn’t bikes have the same convenience? Especially considering they require 10 times less space than cars and offer enormous efficiency, environmental, cost, and health benefits."
Have A Go, 18.04.2018

The Strange Beauty Of Brutalist Architecture, Mid-Demolition
The average age of a building being demolished in the 1950s was 111 years [...] By the early 2000s, the age was down to 60 years. That number seems to still be dropping: another study pegged the age of some demolished buildings at less than 50 years., 11.04.2018

Transit retail hitting the mark as train stations multiply
"Transit hubs, like hospitals and airports, are the new frontiers for retailers... Sydney Metro Northwest are planning to deliver retail offerings that are station specific and complementary to the broader newly created station precinct and retail already on offer in the immediate area."
Sydney Morning Herald, 07.04.2018

财经网 Caijing, 02.04.2018

无惧零下47℃极寒低温 比亚迪纯电动客车勇战海拉尔
EV视界, 16.03.2018

Paris Offers Sweet Incentives to Ditch Your Car for a Bike
The city will reimburse residents who buy e-bikes and cargo bikes by up to €600. A better bet for cities than massive electric car subsidies that do nothing to address congestion issues?
Bicycling, 07.03.2018

California's Love of Cars Is Fueling Its Housing Crisis
Adding an above-ground parking spot costs $27,000, just for construction, while an underground space runs around $35,000, according to Donald Shoup in 2014.
Bloomberg, 06.03.2018

Highrise car parks to be banned in drive to improve city streetscapes
Underground car parking would be the only type allowed in most city apartment and office developments, under new rules being considered by Melbourne City Council. Many additional streetscape-improving policies are being planned.
The Age, 15.02.2018

China’s SUV Sales Rise Sharply, Underpin Gasoline Demand
SUVs now account for 40 percent of the country’s passenger vehicle market, up from 17 percent in 2013.
The Fuse, 02.02.2018

These maps reveal the truth about population density across Europe
Simply dividing the number of people by the land area of a country is not always the best way to understand population density.
CityMetric, 25.01.2018

Didi has a brilliant plan to contain the threat of China’s bike-sharing services
By introducing its own bike sharing service inside its own app, Didi aims to tame Ofo and Bluegogo. It wants them to exist as features inside its app, rather than develop services that could challenge Didi’s dominance.
Techcrunch, 17.01.2018

Why experts believe cheaper, better lidar is right around the corner
Lidar used to cost $75,000, but the price may fall to $100. Like radar, lidar scanners can measure distances with high accuracy. Some lidar sensors can even measure velocity, and lidar provides high resolution and works about as well in any lighting.
Ars Technica, 01.01.2018

Empty Buses Allegedly Help Automaker Get Its Hands On Electric Car Subsidies
A national rule compels carmakers to prove that a customer has driven a new-energy car at least 30,000 km on the road before the manufacturer can apply for a subsidy for it.
Caixin, 28.12.2017

推进绿色交通发展 服务交通强国建设——《关于全面深入推进绿色交通发展的意见》的解读
中华人民共和国交通运输部, 06.12.2017

独家|呼市两条地铁及呼鄂高速被叫停 内蒙古内查大型基建项目融资
财新网, 13.11.2017

London's Oxford Street could be traffic-free by December 2018, says mayor
Large parts of London's Oxford Street could be pedestrianised by December 2018, under plans put forward by London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
BBC, 06.11.2017

London Overground is experimenting with telling passengers which bits of the next train is busiest
Can the same be done for BRT buses on high frequency lines?
CityMetric, 17.10.2017

据了解,2017年计划针对 600公里自行车和步道进行治理,其中朝阳路、朝阳北路等重点道路步行自行车系统整治将在年底完成。同时,回龙观(天通苑至中关村)近9公里自行车高速路也正在规划中,将于2018年逐步落地。
千龙网, 12.10.2017

Amsterdam Rethinks the Traffic Light’s Role in City Planning
“In the end, traffic light infrastructure is an infrastructure for cars, not an infrastructure for people on bikes and people walking. In locations with high levels of people on bikes and people walking, traffic lights maybe aren’t appropriate.”
Next City, 05.10.2017

UK is on the road to a cycling revolution
Mobike and the other new arrivals, Ofo, OBike and Urbo, find themselves in harmony with the UK government's health and transportation plans.
China Daily, 30.09.2017

More showers, lockers for workers who cycle to office could be a reality, with grant extension
Singapore transport authority funds construction of facilities, Travel Smart Rewards, and Travel Smart Consultancy Vouchers
Straits Times, 29.09.2017

移动支付战火燃至交通出行 银联闪付5个月连下20城
证券时报网, 28.09.2017

Tfl plans to make £322m by collecting data from passengers' mobiles via Tube Wi-Fi
TfL in 2016 ran a pilot which tracked Wi-Fi signals from 5.6 million phones as people moved around the London Underground, even if they weren't connected to a Wi-Fi network. It is now in consultation about tracking passengers on a permanent basis.
Sky News, 27.09.2017

凤凰网资讯, 23.09.2017

Bike-sharing schemes might seem like a waste of space but the economics makes sense
The economic models behind dockless bike share schemes actually have as much to do with data mining, advertising and turning a profit from interest on the deposits as from the bike rental itself.
The Conversation, 19.09.2017

Build it and they will come? Why Britain's 1960s cycling revolution flopped
“If the reasons for Stevenage’s failure to encourage cycling were that it was too easy to drive, then no amount of investment in marketing the town’s cycling facilities would have changed travel behaviour.”
The Guardian, 19.09.2017

1,500 scientists lift the lid on reproducibility

Nature, 25.05.2016