Autonomous cars could revolutionise transport for disabled people – if we change the way we design

Driverless cars could revolutionise transport for disabled people – so why aren't more companies including them in the design process?

Paul Herriotts, Professor of Transport Design, Coventry University • conversation
May 20, 2020 ~6 min

Tags: driverless-cars automotive-industry autonomous-vehicles people-with-disabilites car-design

Keep on trucking: Trucks must keep moving across Canada-U.S. border amid coronavirus

Canada and the United States have opted to keep its border open to commercial trucking during the coronavirus pandemic. The decision is important to the economies of both countries.

Marta Leardi-Anderson, Executive Director, Cross Border Institute, University of Windsor • conversation
March 22, 2020 ~7 min

Tags:  covid-19  coronavirus  automotive-industry  nafta  supply-chains

Volkswagen’s climate activist won’t be able to change the green credentials of the company any time soon

After 'Dieselgate', Volkswagen appears keen to rescue its public image. Now it's looking to hire its own 'Greta Thunberg'.

Tom Stacey, Senior Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management, Anglia Ruskin University • conversation
March 11, 2020 ~6 min

Tags:  automotive-industry  electric-cars  greenwash  transport-emissions  climate-activism  dieselgate  volkswagen-emissions-scandal  car-manufacturers  greta-thunberg

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