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Traffic backed up as the seemingly neverending queue of more than 40 ducks just kept coming.
Uber plans to take passengers to the sky in a bid to ease congested roads in big cities. It has announced that it will trial its Uber Air flying taxi service in Melbourne, Australia. Dallas and Los Angeles in the US will also be pilot cities. They say the service will cost the same as an Uber X trip.
The Department for Transport calculated that the money could resurface more than 1,000 miles of road.
Around 80 lorries participated in a mass operation to test traffic congestion around the ports of Dover in case of a no-deal Brexit.
'The impact of going car-free goes well beyond decongesting the city.'
Cars, commuters and congestion are a modern dilemma, impacting economies, productivity and health. Individual car ownership makes no sense – but technology could fix that.
As with all things economic, Brexit was never going to be an easy journey, but the idea that things will get better over time is as daft as thinking a new motorway will permanently ease congestion and boost economic growth. Sadly, in the real world, things are never that simple.
IoT promises to improve traffic flow, and transform how we live, move, work, and play in our cities.