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Seven Goods Delivery Innovations: Transforming Transportation & Consumer Behavior By Susan Shaheen and Adam Cohen Mobility on Demand (MOD) is an innovative concept based on the principle that transportation is a commodity where modes have economic values that are distinguishable in terms of cost, journey time, wait time, number of connections,... View Article

Welcome to Move Forward’s weekly news wrap-up, featuring the mobility stories you don’t want to miss. Today we’re highlighting moovel’s work with urban mobility in Germany, why P3s are so important to the future of smart mobility, how cities can rethink curb space for new mobility options, Los Angeles preparing... View Article

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It’s long been felt that urban density – a term used by city planners, politicians, economists, sociologists – has an inverse relationship with quality of life. As population and density rise, transportation problems multiply, and quality of life goes down. Right?     The world’s ten most densely populated large... View Article