What We're Reading This Week
The Rudin Center office is back from break--which means we're back to our weekly round-up of transportation news!
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.
December Events: Transportation Futurism, Tech and Thought
Please join the NYU Rudin Center at three exciting events in December:
Sin City vs. SimCity: What can a pair of experiments in Las Vegas and Milton Keynes, England tell us about the future of urban mobility?
This essay was commissioned by New York University’s Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management as part of its 2014 research initiative “Re-Programming Mobility: The Digital Transformation of Transportation in the United States.” It is
Trend Report: Re-Programming Mobility
The latest in our series of findings from our ongoing work on "Re-Programming Mobility" is a trend report and set of research notes highlighting key findings from our year-long survey of more than 150 sources highlighting new technologies and serv
Re-Programming Mobility: A Bibliography of Source Materials
The latest release from our Re-Programming Mobility research project is a complete bibliography of the 150+ source documents that provided much of the raw material for the four scenarios of mobility in U.S.
Re-Programming Mobility: A Literature Review, And More to Come...
Over the next several weeks, the Rudin Center will be releasing a series of white papers and reports from our research project on Re-Programming Mobility: Getting Around Metropolitan America in 2030 and the Coming Crisis in Transportation Plan
Peak Driving: Do Fertility Rates, Better Logistics, and GPS Navigation Play A Role?
Ever since transportation analysts started to notice that the leveling off of vehicle miles travelled (VMT) by U.S.