Mass Transit

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The term mass transit, according to Britannica Online Encyclopedia, is: “the movement of people within urban areas using group travel technologies such as buses and trains.”

Here on RNN we take this definition a bit further, as we also see our roads, highways, nautical transport, and air transport as potential sources of Sustainable Mass Transit. RNN will profile these resources and the components that complement them as it relates to becoming more eco-smart and consumer friendly. The opportunity in the global intelligent transportation system market was pegged at US$20.22 bn in 2015 and is expected to be worth US$57.44 bn by 2024. Our modes of mass transportation are the lynch pin when it comes to fully realizing and understanding the enormous potential we have for change. Billions of people utilize mass transportation daily across the globe, and as a world community, we cannot afford for this to remain as much of an unsustainable system as it currently is.

Here on RNN we will bring you the most relevant, sustainable innovations in the Mass Transportation Industry.

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