Walter Merida, Director of the UBC Clean Energy Research Centre, and MECH prof was interviewed by the Vancouver Sun about the future of transit.
He said next-generation electric and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles should be the next step for transit agencies to improve efficiency and sustainability, and utilizing the “Internet of Things” should also be a priority.
“The basic premise is that right now vehicles are already connected; already communicating with other vehicles, but the next logical step is, of course, the vehicles (getting) connected to the city’s infrastructure,” he said.
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