World Streets Weekly: Edition of 4 April 2011

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This week’s titles:

1 April: Stop press! Carsharing is apparently not dead after all.*

31 March: Carsharing is dead, long live . . . car rental?

29 March: Sempé: A Short History of Social Mobility

28 March: Are the telework, telecommuting guys way behind the curve?

28 March: World Streets Weekly: Edition of 28 March 2011

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  5. Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice – Click here
  6. New Mobility Café – Click here
  7. New Mobility Kids Network – Click here
  8. Nova Mobilidade – Click here
  9. Nuova Mobilità – Click here
  10. World Carshare Consortium – Click here
  11. World City Bike Forum – Click here
  12. World Rideshare – Click here
  13. World Rural Transport – Click here
  14. World Streets Sentinels – Click here
  15. World Telemobility – Click here
  16. World xTransit – Click here

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This we will have to do together. So now all that remains to be done is to get you actively involved as a reader, subscriber, contributor, supporter and working partner so that in 2011 we can together go from strength to strength. Get in touch so that we can swap ideas concerning how to go about it.

Whoever said that the move to sustainable transport and sustainable cities was going to be easy?

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