People need a seemingly infinite network of vehicles and transportation systems to uphold societies and economies. Cars. Busses. Trains. Trucks. And other modes of transport each leaving their indelible mark on the environment.

A new mobility ecosystem is emerging, setting the stage for immense innovation.  Whether its developing emerging AI technologies or greener fuels, we seek to create opportunities for community growth while protecting our planet for generations to come. 

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Smart mobility initiatives: 5 European cities that are getting it right

Renewable energy sources for public transport, self-driving water taxis, green power to charge electric vehicles or the transformation of waste cooking oil into biodiesel: throughout Europe there are numerous innovative green mobility initiatives – we are introducing five of those amazing approaches.

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