Technology & Smart Cities
Rudin Center Hosts Three Mobility Revolutions Panel
New Report: Using Driving Data to Impact Transportation Policy
NYU Wagner Urban Planning Capstone students teamed up with Dash, the New York City connected car platform, to analyze the behavior of hundreds of New York City drivers -- and found a city full of speeders.
Sarah Kaufman delivers talk about Autonomous Vehicles at the Port Authority
Sarah M. Kaufman, Assistant Director of the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation, delivered a talk about Autonomous Vehicles in the New York Region at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Wednesday, April 25th.
Interview with Safer-Together
By Gloria Campbell
A Primer on Hyperloop Travel: How far off is the Future?
By Joanna Simon Supersonic travel in pods through frictionless tubes may sound like the basis for the next George Lucas creation, but it may be a reality in the near future.
A Discussion on the Future of Digital Technology and Urban Mobility
On December 3, the Rudin Center held an event on "Re-Programming Mobility: What Do Smart Phones and Self-Driving Cars Mean for Future Cities?" which explored four forecasts of mobility, land use and transportation planning in U.S.