Tag Archives: Public transport

Grocery Panic Buying and the Coronavirus

The grocery industry is going to be sorely tested over the coming weeks and months as people have begun panic buying of groceries, in response to the first person in New Zealand to get Coronavirus or Corvid 19. Our local … Continue reading

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Why Do Real Estate Agents Take You to Houses You Don’t Want? Could it be You?

Why are you looking to buy a house? Is it an investment for the future? Are you getting married? Are you planning to have children or perhaps already have some? Are you really clear on what you want? Whether you … Continue reading

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Buying your First Home and Commuting To Work, 400 Times a Year!

Research Before You Buy You’d think it was easy right? You have your deposit, you buy your house, you go to work and you pay the mortgage, just like when you were paying rent. No big deal. But there are other … Continue reading

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I’m stuffed If I’m Going to Get on that Tokyo Train

This brings back many memories of catching the train in Tokyo. I’ve been on most lines and this was classic morning rush hour. I remember about my 3rd trip I was catching a train to another part of the city … Continue reading

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Singapore Is Taking the ‘Smart City’ to a Whole New Level

In Singapore’s “Smart City,” sensors deployed by the government will collect and coordinate data on an unprecedented level. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.wsj.com This is huge. In most parts of the world there are projects monitoring data to solve unique … Continue reading

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Uber mocks Australian state’s stiff fines, takes away the Ubers

Imagine a world without Uber? Okay, now come back to 2016. Unless you are in Queensland, Australia. Sourced through Scoop.it from: mashable.com I arrived at Newark airport on my first trip to NYC at midnight. There was a sign above … Continue reading

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Why Transit Agencies Are Finally Embracing Uber

Increasingly, public transit is viewing mobility startups as partners, not competition. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.citylab.com Maybe ride-share and new transport suppliers aren’t the enemy. One interesting opportunity suggested in this feature is bridging the gaps between transit stations and … Continue reading

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Commuters’ tales: No room to sit – even in the toilet – BBC News

Bhasker Solanki photographed commuters on an early morning train from Surat to Mumbai. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.bbc.co.uk When I first started catching the Northern Express Bus from the Auckland’s CBD to the North Shore around the evening peak, there … Continue reading

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Fully autonomous cars not due until 2050 –

Experts have said we will have to wait some time for autonomous cars, with all vehicles predicted to be ‘highly autonomous’ by 2040 but not fully driverless until 10 years later. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.dailymail.co.uk That’s not what everyone … Continue reading

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Ford’s Future Is Filled With Self-Driving Cars and Drones

Ford says it’s becoming more than just an automaker. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.wired.com For starters, this shows how technology driven Ford still is. People don’t buy auto’s, they buy transport, they buy entertainment, they buy safety, they buy prestige … Continue reading

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