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Singapore trials driverless buses for the first time

By Angloinfo World Editor - Thursday, October 20, 2016

The new trial will test out buses on the commute between Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and CleanTech Park.     It will be the first trial of its type in… Read more…

Amsterdam set to trial self-driving boats

By Angloinfo World Editor - Tuesday, September 20, 2016

While the rest of the world focuses on self-driving cars, Amsterdam looks to floating robots for its transportation needs.     With nearly a quarter of the city covered by… Read more…

Zurich tops ‘greenest city’ list

By Angloinfo World Editor - Thursday, September 15, 2016

The Arcadis sustainable cities index found Zurich had unbeatable environmental credentials.     The Swiss city topped an index which ranked 100 global cities on three areas of sustainability: people,… Read more…

Singapore launches first fleet of driverless taxis

By Angloinfo World Editor - Thursday, September 8, 2016

Innovative startup NuTonomy begin trialling driverless taxis in Singapore’s One-North district. Directly challenging Uber in America, the public will be able to hail the taxis from day one.    … Read more…

Five great places to visit in South America

By Angloinfo World Editor - Friday, July 22, 2016

As travel month continues at Angloinfo we thought we would look a little closer at some great travel destinations you may not of thought of. With that in mind, here… Read more…

Prepare for national strikes in France next week

By Angloinfo World editor - Thursday, May 12, 2016

More strikes and demonstrations against the planned work reforms (the loi Travail), announced earlier this year by Employment Minister Myriam El Khomri, are to be expected on 17 and 19… Read more…

Cycling to work is good for your heart and wallet

By Angloinfo World editor - Thursday, April 14, 2016

The benefits of cycling to work are numerous, the obvious one being that’s it’s better for the planet than any other form of transport, but there are other ‘hidden’ benefits… Read more…

Driverless taxis head for Singapore

By Angloinfo World Editor - Saturday, April 9, 2016

NuTonomy is aiming to bring driverless taxis to the streets of Singapore at a cost comparable to public transport.     The city state has emerged as a key testing… Read more…

Mexico City escalates car restriction policy

By Angloinfo World Editor - Friday, April 8, 2016

Mexico City’s car restriction policy has failed to curb air pollution so now authorities are asking twice as many cars to stay off the roads.     The city remains… Read more…

Brussels attacks – 24 March update

By Angloinfo World Editor - Thursday, March 24, 2016

Two days on from the Brussels attacks and the city is still getting to grips with the enormity of the events. Here is the latest on what we know…  … Read more…

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