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Generally speaking, except for living in big cities such as New York, where public transportation is developed, short distance transportation in the United States is mainly driving by itself, not relying on public transportation or cycling.
USA - self driving
Generally speaking, except for living in big cities such as New York, where public transportation is developed, short distance transportation in the United States is mainly driving by itself, not relying on public transportation or cycling.
The popularity of e-bikes in the United States is not high, mainly as a leisure tool. According to federal law, the maximum speed of electric bicycle is less than 32 kilometers per hour. Some states allow them to go on the road, but there are strict restrictions, while some states still prohibit e-bikes from going on the road.
Germany - perfect public transport facilities
German public transport is not only on time, but also has a complete transport network of metro, light rail, regional small trains, trams, buses, etc. The modern metropolis of Germany still retains the tram, which plays a leading role with the bus, shuttling through the streets of the city.
Most of the people who ride electric bikes in Germany are over 55 years old, and 95% of the trams are limited to 25 kilometers per hour. If the speed of E-bike is too fast, the German traffic management department will need the cyclist to take the test first to obtain the driver's license, and require all E-bike drivers to buy specific insurance.
Japan: development of super small vehicles
The Japanese government realizes energy saving and low-carbon by developing super small vehicles, and at the same time provides convenient transportation for families with children and the elderly. In Japan, ultra small vehicles are also part of sightseeing buses. In order to reduce the potential safety hazards, Japan has strict requirements for the development of ultra-small vehicles, including the scope of use of vehicles, safety supporting equipment and legal driving license.
The low-speed electric vehicle is an important part of Japan's ultra small vehicles, and the electric vehicle in Japan no longer has the power when it reaches 24 kilometers per hour. In Japan, a meter line will be drawn on the left side of the highway to be used for motorcycles, which will not compete with cars. The longer the service life of Japanese Motorcycles is, the higher the tax will be. Cyclists will eliminate the vehicles that do not meet the safety standards by themselves.
Indian characteristics: the rise of sudden cars
Indian media reported that about 60% of India's population is distributed in small and medium-sized cities, and short-distance transportation has been a major problem for small city residents. India's Ola (online instant call platform) launched the "didi Da Tu Tu Tu" travel service, which effectively alleviated the travel problems of these residents. "Sudden" is an electric tricycle, and "sudden" is small and flexible, not afraid of blocking, not afraid of parking difficulties. It is the preferred tool for Indians to travel.
Ola has launched 5100 electric vehicles in New Delhi, Gurgaon and other major cities, and will expand to more small and medium-sized cities in the future. Although it is convenient and fast, the hidden danger of the sudden vehicle has not been effectively prevented. The sudden parking and traveling everywhere is obviously not conducive to the maintenance of urban traffic order.
Taiwan - "locomotive first"
Taiwan calls motorcycles locomotives. In Taipei and Kaohsiung, almost every corner has the shadow of motorcycles. Taiwan's locomotives perform well in reality. This is mainly due to Taiwan's emphasis on non motor vehicle management rather than "automobile first".
In 1999, Taiwan began to promote automobile and motorcycle diversion projects. Taiwan's authorities hope to reduce the traffic conflicts between cars and motorcycles when they change lanes by setting motorbike lanes and motorbike priority lanes. Some counties and cities are already doing so. At the same time, locomotives, like automobiles, need to be licensed; in any parking lot, there are special parking spaces for locomotives.
UAV distribution
Last November, Amazon announced the primeair drone, which can deliver packages to customers' designated locations in 30 minutes or less. Google's project wing is similar.
The prerequisite for delivery in 30 minutes is that the drone can fly 15 miles. Obviously, not all customers' designated distribution locations will be within this distance, but this is not the main problem. If the FAA can open up commercial use of UAVs, it is believed that these problems will be properly solved.
Crowdsourcing mode
In foreign countries, the popular local distribution mode is crowdsourcing. Amazon flex and uberrush will hire local residents to use their own private cars for distribution.
In August last year, the new Uber launched the express service uberrush, which is an on-demand express service. Couriers ride bicycles to pick up and deliver goods for users, which is suitable for small pieces distribution of local residents. Uber also launched its independent meal delivery application ubereats in ten American cities in January this year.
DHL: energy saving distribution bicycle
In foreign countries, compared with "fast", express companies will also pay attention to the impact on the environment and the quality of service. German (DHL) transport company has developed a new type of transport to distribute goods. It is a bicycle without an engine, which can effectively reduce carbon emissions and save energy. It is currently found in the Netherlands. The biggest advantage of this kind of cargo bicycle is that there is no engine, which can effectively reduce the emissions of carbon pollutants and save energy.