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Wellington City Council, NZ partners with Reveal on a digital twin of the city's underground

City officials wanted an accurate depiction of subsurface conditions as part of its long-term transportation improvement effort. The world-first underground digital twin was built with data from 360-degree cameras, laser scans, and radar. A 3D model spanning 50 hectares of Wellington's busiest neighborhoods depicts everything from utility lines to underground voids. Reveal's work supports community decision-making about public works projects needed to support a growing population.


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Los Angeles, CA Sidewalk and Transit Amenities Program converts bus stops into mobility hubs

Project partners Tranzito, Vector Media, and Black & Veatch will upgrade 3,000 bus shelters ahead of the 2028 Summer Olympics. Proposed shelter designs incorporate digital displays for improved communications with commuters and charging capabilities. Select bus shelters combine expanded shade from the sun with solar panels for zero-emissions operations. Package lockers and micromobility stations turn bus stops into vital resources for community members.


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Barrie, ON and the Canadian government collaborate on a battery-electric bus pilot for the city

Barrie and the national Zero Emissions Transit Fund share the CAD 3.3 million price tag for the pilot. Transit officials will purchase two battery-electric buses along with chargers from two manufacturers for real-world comparisons. The pilot evaluates factors like battery performance in winter, vehicle maintenance, and driver experiences in comparison to traditional buses. A successful pilot may result in an expanded or full-fleet conversion as part of the city's 2050 net-zero goal.


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West Hollywood, CA Bike Giveaway Pilot reduces car traffic and elevates active commuting

West Hollywood and Schwinn will select 50 random recipients of free bikes during a February 2023 lottery. Eligible participants are West Hollywood residents aged 18 years and older. Every winner must complete a survey about their travel habits before receiving the bike. The Bike Giveaway Pilot also requires at least 20 miles of bike travel per month verified by odometer readings. This pilot bolsters the city's commitment to reducing tailpipe emissions through active travel.


West Hollywood, CA

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Herrenberg, BW introduces the stadtnavi mobile app for sustainable multimodal commutes

Herrenberg used funding from the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure for a pilot version of the app. Commuters enter departure and arrival addresses into stadtnavi for available transit options. The mobile app recommends trains, buses, bikeshares, and other modes based on user needs. Additional features include a parking vacancy map and taxi statuses at the train station. Future plans for stadtnavi include real-time mapping of traffic congestion.


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Baden, NOE partners with ÖBB-Personenverkehr on a citywide low-emission mobility service

The ÖBB 360 Baden service will feature 50 e-scooters, 15 e-bikes, and four electric cars by spring 2023. Commuters use the wegfinder app to plan trips anywhere in Baden by combining public transit and micromobility options. The app also enables rentals with prices of 0.20 euro per minute for e-scooters, €2.20 per hour for cars, and €35 per day for e-bikes. Municipal officials selected the Austrian-based operator after a continent-wide search.


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Los Angeles, CA Good2GoBikes pilot provides micro-mobility options for public housing development

City-funded Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) selected Rancho San Pedro based on its high reliance on public transit. Project partner Pedal Movement operates an off-grid charging hub for a fleet of 20 e-bikes and e-cargo bikes. Rancho San Pedro residents can access bikes by the hour or with monthly passes using a dedicated mobile app. This four-year pilot is funded by the statewide Clean Mobility Options program and complements a recently extended EV car share pilot in the development.


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Varberg, SE conducts travel habit survey of local residents using TravelVu mobile app

Municipal officials recruited12,000 residents aged 15 to 74 for the month-long campaign. Participants were asked to record at least five days of travel behaviors through TravelVu. The mobile app automatically tracks travel distances, times, and types with users prompted to confirm information at the end of each day. Varberg incentivized participation in the survey with an end-of-month drawing for 10 SEK 500 gift cards to local restaurants.


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Syddjurs, DK and RefurbishBike bring unwanted bikes back into service with bike-sharing network

The Syddjurs Bjergcykler - or Mountain Bikes - network offers 80 bikes for daily rentals from three locations. RefurbishBike builds bikes with parts and frames recycled from abandoned or donated bikes. Each bike features a polka-dot color scheme based on the King of the Mountains jersey at the Tour de France. There is also a QR code for access to local discounts for network users. Cyclists can drop off unwanted bikes at bike-share locations for collection by RefurbishBike.


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Detroit, MI leads Michigan Mobility Collaborative into a pilot of autonomous driving systems

The city-led collaborative received a federal grant for the four-year project. Feedback sessions with seniors and commuters with disabilities will identify opportunities for self-driving shuttle use in public transit. Researchers at the American Center for Mobility and the University of Michigan will test selected technology before its use in real-world routes. The Detroit ADS Project will determine how autonomous shuttles can be safely incorporated into Detroit's transit system.


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Milan, LOM pursues first-in-Europe air sanitization project with local taxi cooperatives

Milan and co-op federation Legacoop are using SanificaAria Minis for air quality improvements in taxis. The Beghelli-designed devices use fans to collect air for treatment with UV-C rays. This process eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and viruses at the source of transmissible diseases like COVID-19. Legacoop placed the devices on the back of front-seat headrests to capture air passing between drivers and passengers.


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Barcelona, CT builds AMBici e-bike sharing network for connections to surrounding communities

AMBici is a subscription-based sharing service with 2,600 e-SMARTbike 2.0s and 236 stations. Users pay annual memberships of 25 euros in 2023 and 40 euros in 2024 for e-bike access. The first half-hour is free with each additional half-hour priced at 0.50 euros in 2023. Riders will pay 0.15 euros for the first half-hour starting in 2024. Municipal officials will connect the existing Bicing bike-share program to AMBici at transfer stations on routes to 15 participating communities.


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