Not so long ago we all had at least one highway map in the glove compartment. Except for those paper diehards, most of us today are guided by phone apps. Here are some of the most practical ones for your next trip.
Finding parking places is a constant subject of debate in cities. It requires space and often time. Everything indicates that the problem will not be resolved by local authorities but by the drivers themselves. But how?
Logistics and sustainability are two concepts that ‘a priori’ don’t seem to be related. Nevertheless, the so-called sustainable logistics is growing little by little and seems set to be consolidated in coming years, as long as a series of considerations are taken into account.
At present, almost 30% of the emissions of greenhouse gases in the EU come from transport. That’s why the search for alternative systems is an absolute priority as part of the strategies to achieve a more sustainable transport system.
This car became the monument for a whole Italian town. Why? Because it’s been parked in the same place for 60 years
Marcel Sala is the winner of the XVII Abertis Prize in the category of Transport Infrastructure Management, awarded by Cátedra Abertis for his thesis about managing traffic on highways in a future that will be characterized by the presence (or omnipresence?) of autonomous cars