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Welcome to Move Forward’s weekly news wrap-up, featuring the mobility stories you don’t want to miss. Today, we spotlight an article in Governing focusing on fare collection technologies and comments from moovel CEO Nat Parker. Other topics covered include news of Bill Gates’ investments in a smart city community, how... View Article

The city is alive. It is moving, changing and giving off data about itself every moment. Bob Bennett knows all about this, because he watches it happen in real-time. “They are the 54 smartest blocks in the United States,” says Bennet, who is Kansas City, Missouri’s Chief Innovation Officer. The... View Article

Welcome to Move Forward’s weekly news wrap-up, featuring the mobility stories you don’t want to miss. Today, we are sharing additional coverage from moovel Lab’s “Who Wants To Be A Self-Driving Car?” project. Other topics covered include how virtual reality will affect your career, 2017’s most sustainable transit systems, and... View Article

Last month, we wrote about how city managers, planners, and public works departments can support shared mobility by incorporating it into the public rights-of-way (e.g., providing designated, on-street parking spaces).   Cities can also implement an array of policies aimed at easing zoning regulations and parking minimums to promote the... View Article

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Welcome to Move Forward’s weekly news wrap-up, featuring the mobility stories you don’t want to miss. Today, we are sharing a Q&A with moovel CEO Nat Parker emphasizing the role cities will play in smart transportation. Other news includes electronic fare payments for New York City’s metro system, an international... View Article

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Erica Brennes
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