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Integrated approach to land use, urban design and transport

An integrated and innovative land use transportation plan has been prepared for Douglas which is a large and popular residential suburb of approximately 30,000 persons on the periphery of Cork City in Ireland. Recently, the town centre is showing signs of increased vacancy levels and there is a major problem of traffic congestion in peak …

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A DeLorean Car Converted Into An Electric Vehicle By Students

A DeLorean Vehicle Converted Into An Electric Vehicle  By Queens University Students On 6th June 2013 a project was launched at Queens University in Belfast, enabling 10 students to convert a DeLorean into an electric vehicle! The project will focus on integrating new ‘smart technologies’ into todays electricity network, making sure it responds to renewable …

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The Future Of Urban Mobility – What is it?

According to research by the International Energy Agency (IEA), a significant part of the total energy-related CO2 emissions in 2035 are already “locked-in” by the existing capital stock. This means that the World is increasingly tied to large investments that move us further away from the emissions trajectory required to limit the average temperature increase …

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Electric Vehicles – What To Do On An Island With No Fuel Station?

The Island of Fetlar is one of the more remote Shetland Islands which, in common with other small islands shares similar issues. These range from severe depopulation and high cost of living to concerns over the future provision of transport for locals. To counter these challenges the community on Fetlar formed a development company, Fetlar …

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