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Lexus Unveils Autonomous Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle at CES 2013 – But it Isn’t Fully Driverless

Lexus Unveils Autonomous Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle at CES 2013 – But it Isn’t Fully Driverless

Today Toyota and Lexus unveiled a high-tech autonomous vehicle at CES 2013 that could pave the way towards self-driving cars in the near future. Although it isn't fully driverless, the Advanced Active

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Proposed Light Rail System by HASSELL to Change Transit in Sydney

Proposed Light Rail System by HASSELL to Change Transit in Sydney

As cities all over the world begin to reinvent their sustainable means of transportation, Sydney, Australia is getting on the bandwagon with the help of HASSELL, Arup and Aurecon. The New South Wales

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Navia Driverless Electric Shuttle Reduces Traffic (and Pollution) in Pedestrian-Heavy Urban Areas

Navia Driverless Electric Shuttle Reduces Traffic (and Pollution) in Pedestrian-Heavy Urban Areas

Google may have captured all the headlines with its driverless cars, but it's not the only one experimenting with autonomous vehicles. Induct, a mobility solutions firm based in France, has developed

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Humanix’s iSAVE-SC1 Electric Vehicle is a Pillow Cushion on Wheels

Humanix’s iSAVE-SC1 Electric Vehicle is a Pillow Cushion on Wheels

If you have ever dreamed about floating around in your own cloud, your dream just got one step closer to reality thanks to Humanix’s iSAVE-SC1. The iSAVE is essentially a mobile cushion that protects

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The Looping Festine Lente Bridge Opens in Sarajevo

The Looping Festine Lente Bridge Opens in Sarajevo

The loop-de-loop bridge stretches at a picturesque point on the Mijacka River, connecting the historic stone walls on the right bank to the lush grounds of the domed former church on the left. Stretching

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Volvo Developing Accident-Avoiding Self-Driving Cars for the Year 2020

Volvo Developing Accident-Avoiding Self-Driving Cars for the Year 2020

Volvos have always been marketed as some of the safest vehicles on the road – and now the automaker is working on “crashproof” cars with next-gen collision avoidance systems that could

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Arching Melkwegbridge Routes Pedestrians & Cyclists Across a Canal in The Netherlands

Arching Melkwegbridge Routes Pedestrians & Cyclists Across a Canal in The Netherlands

The new Melkwegbridge spans a distance of 66 meters across the canal to connect the Weidevenne District to the historical city centre of Purmerend. NEXT Architects, with the help of Ronald Rietveld

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Cities Without Ground: A Handy Guidebook That Maps Out All of Hong Kong’s Pedestrian Walkways

Cities Without Ground: A Handy Guidebook That Maps Out All of Hong Kong’s Pedestrian Walkways

Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook is a new book that maps 32 networks of interconnected above- and below-ground pedestrian walkways in Hong Kong. Written by a team of architects (Jonathan D

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Siemens Headquarters to be the First LEED Platinum Office Building in the Middle East

Siemens Headquarters to be the First LEED Platinum Office Building in the Middle East

The Siemens Headquarters by architects Sheppard Robson in Masdar City, Abu Dhabi is anticipated to be the first LEED Platinum office building in the Middle East, and it could set a new standard for

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HNTB Unveils High-Flying Ribbon Bridge to Renovate Los Angeles’ 6th Street Viaduct

HNTB Unveils High-Flying Ribbon Bridge to Renovate Los Angeles’ 6th Street Viaduct

HNTB collaborated with Michael Maltzan Architecture, AC Martin, and Hargreaves Associates to design the new bridge, which was inspired by the arches of its predecessor. Opened in 1932, the art deco 6th

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AZC Unveils Plans for a Giant Inflatable Trampoline Bridge in Paris

AZC Unveils Plans for a Giant Inflatable Trampoline Bridge in Paris

There are plenty of beautiful bridges that carry cars and pedestrians across the Seine River in Paris, so awesome design firm AZC has another idea in store. Why not create a bridge dedicated to fun? Their

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Artist Asbjorn Skou’s Temporary Light Murals Enliven the Streets of Copenhagen

Artist Asbjorn Skou’s Temporary Light Murals Enliven the Streets of Copenhagen

Asbjorn Skou's imagery touches on human relationships, portraiture, angels and even wheelchairs. The cast of characters is brought to (larger than) life in oversized installations projected upon vacant

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Sky Cycles: High-Flying Elevated Bike Lanes Could be Coming to London

Sky Cycles: High-Flying Elevated Bike Lanes Could be Coming to London

Imagine being able to bicycle through London without having to worry about traffic, stoplights or pedestrians. This vision is one step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to a proposal from London-based

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Giant Footprint Tree in Shanghai Promotes Walking

Giant Footprint Tree in Shanghai Promotes Walking

The China Environmental Protection Foundation (CEPF), in collaboration with DDB China Group, created an interactive poster to encourage people to walk rather than drive. With the piece, pedestrians

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Students Show Ways to Revitalize San Francisco Freeway into a Sustainable Eco District

Students Show Ways to Revitalize San Francisco Freeway into a Sustainable Eco District

How many times have we seen the pattern where a freeway - once the emblem of the futuristic city - has turned neighborhoods into bleak, inhuman environments? San Francisco, like many American cities, is

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PHOTOS: Inhabitat Checks Out the World’s Largest Solar Bridge at Blackfriars

PHOTOS: Inhabitat Checks Out the World’s Largest Solar Bridge at Blackfriars

Blackfriars tube station is still fully functioning, ferrying Londoners and tourists from the popular South Bank promenade to areas all over the city. Yet construction is still underway across the

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New General Motors System Would Use Smart Phone Technology To Help Drivers Avoid Pedestrians

New General Motors System Would Use Smart Phone Technology To Help Drivers Avoid Pedestrians

General Motors has announced that the company is developing a new pedestrian detection system that relies on Wi-Fi Direct technology to 'see' pedestrians and bicyclists on congested streets or in poor

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Paris’ Promenade Plantée Gave Inspiration to New York’s High Line Park

Paris’ Promenade Plantée Gave Inspiration to New York’s High Line Park

The Vincennes railway line was active through Paris from 1859 to 1969, until it was abandoned when the more modern RER train line was built. As Paris grew, buildings were erected around the Vincennes

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Ford’s New Traffic Jam Assist Technology Paves the Way to Self-Driving Cars

Ford’s New Traffic Jam Assist Technology Paves the Way to Self-Driving Cars

Soon there will be a day when you'll be able to jump in your car, turn it on and let it do driving for you. Ford's new Traffic Jam Assist technology is a step in that direction - it uses radar and camera

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Wellington’s Kumutoto Toilets Resemble Giant Sea Monsters With a Tail for Ventilation

Wellington’s Kumutoto Toilets Resemble Giant Sea Monsters With a Tail for Ventilation

These scaly public restrooms in New Zealand look like giant sea monsters, but their form actually follows function, as the shape of the tail promotes natural ventilation. When commissioned to design a

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We Are You Unveils Sweeping Green Cycling Center for Gothenburg

We Are You Unveils Sweeping Green Cycling Center for Gothenburg

All manner of cyclists exist in Sweden including commuters and athletes, but there are few spaces for them to gather and coalesce. Creating such an environment will have the double effect of uniting

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Energy Field: Enormous Field of LED Lights Springs Up at Expo 2012 in Yeosu, South Korea

Energy Field: Enormous Field of LED Lights Springs Up at Expo 2012 in Yeosu, South Korea

Each of the 380 blades in the Energy Field is 59 feet tall, and they tower over pedestrians and traffic on the adjacent street. The blades are made of artificial bamboo fiber, and they sway in the

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The New Lexus ES300h: We Test Drive the First Ever Hybrid ES in Oregon Wine Country

The New Lexus ES300h: We Test Drive the First Ever Hybrid ES in Oregon Wine Country

Before we get into any more details about the car, I should mention that I'm not a car expert - but if you're reading this, you probably aren't, either. Lexus provided us with a comprehensive press packet

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Honda Unveils the UNI-CUB, a Self-Balancing Personal Mobility Device

Honda Unveils the UNI-CUB, a Self-Balancing Personal Mobility Device

Honda has announced the new UNI-CUB personal mobility device, an electric, self-balancing, weight-shift controlled vehicle which is set to compete with devices like the Segway. The major difference

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Audi Developing New ‘e-sound’ for e-tron Electric Vehicles

Audi Developing New ‘e-sound’ for e-tron Electric Vehicles

Audi recently shared with Inhabitat a development that it’s been keeping under wraps – a new solution dubbed “e-sound” that helps pedestrians hear electric vehicles

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Ultra Futuristic Pedestrian Bridge in Spain Points the Way With LEDs

Ultra Futuristic Pedestrian Bridge in Spain Points the Way With LEDs

An ornate addition to this quaint Mediterranean town in Spain's Granada province, the bridge creates easy access for everyone - including disabled pedestrians between two coveted urban destinations. This

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Unique Amsterdam Iconic Pedestrian Bridge Design Crosses Both Above and Below the Water

Unique Amsterdam Iconic Pedestrian Bridge Design Crosses Both Above and Below the Water

The Spanish architecture team who won the Amsterdam Iconic Pedestrian Bridge design competition consisted of Nicolas Montesano, Victor Vila, and Boris Hoppek. As opposed to a traditional perpendicular

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Santiago Calatrava’s Long-Awaited Peace Bridge to be Inaugurated in Calgary

Santiago Calatrava’s Long-Awaited Peace Bridge to be Inaugurated in Calgary

Santiago Calatrava fans and locals who have been dying to see Calgary's Peace Bridge come to life over the Bow River will be happy to know that the candy cane-colored helix structure's inauguration will

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