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Susan Shaheen

Susan Shaheen

Susan Shaheen is co-director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center and adjunct professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at University of California, Berkeley. She is an recognised globally for her expertise in innovative mobility research.
Most recent articles by Susan

Technology

Mobility innovations take flight: Flying cars are on their way

As long as there have been cars and airplanes, manufacturers and urban futurists have envisioned a future with flying automobiles. As early as the mid-1920s, Henry Ford began imagining a future of “plane-cars” and even developed lightweight, single-seat aircraft prototypes … As long as there have been cars and airplanes, manufacturers and urban futurists have envisioned a future with flying automobiles. As early as the mid-1920s, …

Technology

Smartphone mobility: Directing the future of transport

Earlier this year, we wrote about a seismic shift changing the way people travel, noting how technology is transforming the way we move. The increasing availability, capability, and affordability of intelligent transportation systems, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), wireless, and cloud technologies - … Earlier this year, we wrote about a seismic shift changing the way people travel, noting how technology is transforming the way we move. The increasing availability, capability, and …

Wider impact

The seismic shift

For as long as there have been cities, urban mobility has been at its core. Over the centuries, this fact hasn’t changed. What has is the mode. As cities and technologies have evolved, societies have moved on from wheeled carts … For as long as there have been cities, urban mobility has been at its core. Over the centuries, this fact hasn’t changed. What has is …

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