Transport

Just how close is the future of self-driving cars?

Is the robot car apocalypse getting even closer? There have been a spate of announcements involving big players making what looks to be really significant commitments to self-driving cars. In January, General Motors announced the creation of a special team backed
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Commuting: Do 9 of out 10 Australians spend more than 90 minutes a day traveling?

So we asked GoGetters what’s the longest trip time they'd accept before they'd move house or change jobs. Over half the respondents said that they could tolerate a commute between 30 and 60 minutes every day.
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Cities: Drive less, live better

Carsharing has changed the way people view their relationship with the automobile. The combination of public transit, cycling, walking and other forms of shared-use mobility are causing many to consider the question “What do I really need a car
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What you need to know about the coming robot car apocalypse

Not too long ago Nic Lowe, one of GoGet Carshare’s founders, made a prediction about self-driving cars: “One day there’s going to be a container ship arrive on a dock somewhere in Sydney and there’s going to be 300
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Only One Thing Can Save Melbourne

An independent study has found that, unless action is taken soon, the number of privately owned vehicles in Melbourne will grow by almost 50% by 2021, creating unprecedented congestion, poor quality of life and a damaged economy. The report,
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Texting supplanting driving for Gen Y

A global trend is seeing Gen Ys drive significantly less than earlier generations.  While more than one quarter of all 16-34 year olds in the U.S. do not have their driver’s license, this trend is even more widespread in
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