the cheapest bus company, Onnibus.'s discount campaign start Helsinki-Porvoo route is tenfold commuting ticket sales.when we started this campaign, are the sales figures have gone up tenfold compared to the corresponding days the previous week.Helken, according to the campaign's been a really rough effect .Onnibus low travel rates have put a hard pressure also the area between the operate in a competitor, Porvoo Transport prices.the Porvoo transport ceo Eero Huttunen told the economic life that have not previously commented on the matter, and does not want to do so now.This is a done deal, that the porvoo have for decades paid the overcharge, as, of course, the other bus passengers in Finland in the past , Coplen said.
An autonomous self-driving vehicle is tested in a pedestrianised zone, during a media event in Milton Keynes, north of London, on 11 October, 2016.The first self-driving cars to be operated by ordinary British drivers will be left deliberately unmarked so that other drivers will not be tempted to take them on , a senior car industry executive has revealed.From a purely scientific perspective it would be interesting to have some cars that are marked as self-driving cars and some that are not and see whether other road users react in a different way, Coelingh told the Observer.The House of Lords science and technology committee will begin to take evidence on driverless cars on 1 November, looking at issues such as who is legally accountable for a vehicle that thinks for itself.Coelingh s concerns chime with the findings of a survey published earlier this month by the London School of Economics.It found that aggressive drivers will attempt to bully the occupants of autonomous vehicles, which they will see as easy prey on the roads because the cars will follow the rules of the highway.
To some, being chased through city streets by a King Kong-size giant is the stuff of nightmares.Macrophilia means lovers of large , and is in most cases a desire among men to be dominated by giantesses.Internet forums are packed full of threads in which people explore the fetish, but it could be virtual reality which takes the fantasy to the next level.John Lamb via Getty ImagesMany forum visitors think that VR headsets ability to transport users into a virtual world would provide the ultimate giant fantasy.The Independent quoted one forum visitor as writing: VR removes the physical reality, so this could be the next step to being immersed into our macrophilia/giantess fetish.
Suddenly, looking at the Onnibus and travel maintenance disputes may show that the big men are fighting lillukan arm.What it means, does the 12 bus up to passengers in addition to Zalando packages or a network of ordered spare parts for cars?the Competition may try to limit the countless little riesoille, which do not individually seem horribly different.for Example, authorities may intervene only concrete details, even if they show nothing else that the lillukan the way.If you view the change details to the whole, thing looks like another.What bus liberalisation has caused the Finnish public transport market?
the Latest big cartel thing started in January of this year, when the Competition and consumer authority, FCCA submitted a total of eur 38 million in penalties to seven for the bus company, the Bus association and Travel management.the Agency was investigation found evidence of a bus cartel, which sought to restrict competition and exclude competition willing to out for example, a mobile maintenance package services.It makes the market rights", reminiscent of the FCCA:the assistant director Valtteri Virtanen."we Think the mobile maintenance procedure has not been discriminatory and we want a solution for the whole issue at the same time", justifies the selected mobile service's ceo Jarmo Oksaharju.the Finnish remote bus and at the same time the whole long-distance public transport market revolutionized the Onnibus managing director Lauri Helken view, the discrimination is not finished.Helken according to the problem form, not the travel service refused to give information on a route passing freight amount.
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However, for mid-sized or larger stores, adding a bit of structured data markup could improve those emails for some shoppers.Email Markup is a structured data format meant to enhance how certain kinds of emails are displayed.When properly registered and implemented, marked up email messages will show additional information to users in Google apps like Inbox or even Calendar.In the ecommerce context, this means that order confirmation and shipping notices may get special treatment in the email inbox, perhaps improving the shopper s experience.The process for adding Email Markup to an HTML email message is the same as adding structured data to a website.For structured data SEO, one uses either microdata or JSON for Linking Data JSON-LD .
The arduous experience of entrepreneurship often makes founders a fount of business advice.From billionaire Richard Branson to Garrett Camp, co-founder of transport startup Uber, both established and up-and-coming entrepreneurs have tips to share through their Twitter feeds.
Last year's Car of the Year in Finland was the Opel Astra.the Main selection criteria the honorary title of the winner is value for money.Car and transport suppliers association's members choose the Year of the Car in Finland now for the third time.Condition is a total of 25 novelty designs, which represent a number of car segments.the Main criterion for selecting Car of the Year in Finland -the honorary title of the winner is value for money.Secondly, the most important are the advanced technology and new safety add equipment.
Vaisala has signed a 19 million Us dollar contract with the Bahamian transport and aviation ministry.the Agreement includes four weather radar for four to the island, nine weather observation system for airports and sixteen automatic weather stations as well as construction and installation services.the Finnish meteorological institute and Vaisala to deliver together with meteorological software and training.in Addition, the agreement includes a five-year service agreement.deliveries will start in early 2017 and is estimated to end by the end of 2018.: according to the company's weather radar is the most effective in measuring rainfall observation as well as hurricanes and tropical storms monitoring.
UK transport secretary Chris Grayling says a new runway planned at London s Heathrow Airport will not meaningfully increase carbon emissions, despite upping the number of flights.There s only one explanation: Grayling s favourite author must be Douglas Adams.In sci-fi series The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy, Adams creates something called the Somebody Else s Problem SEP field, which enables people to simply ignore what they don t want to see.Grayling isn t alone in deploying one – internationally, the top current user is Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull, who signed up to the Paris Agreement on reducing carbon emissions with one hand and is backing one of the world s largest coal mines with the other.There are myriad ways to meet a carbon budget, whether those laid down for the UK under the Climate Change Act or global ones determined by climate science.The knee-jerk reaction for a decision maker is to let it be Somebody Else s Problem: the energy minister holds back on closing coal-fired power stations; the treasury decides not to prioritise energy efficiency; the transport minister green-lights a new runway.
British Transport Police BTP wants armed officers to be able to travel around London using the Tube in the next few months, believing the move will reassure members of the public that they won t be blown up.After all, everyone knows that bullets are the perfect antidote for bombs.BTP wants to be clear that it isn t proposing armed patrols in carriages.Rather, officers with guns would simply be able to use the Underground network to move around the city whenever they need to, instead of using marked cars.I guess it s an environmental measure as much as anything else.Scary police dog units would also be able to use the Tube, which should send the shitters up anyone who uses the network for convenient transportation of certain pocket-sized goods.
About nine years, opens the whole of the enlarged part [edit north of Stockholm.Jenny Bergh master of science in civil engineering and is working since seven years in the Swedish transport administration, the last five as projekteringsledare and project manager for the expansion of the railroad on the section Tomteboda–Kallhäll.the Commuter trains to go on the middle tracks and long-distance trains and the second train takes the utmost.the railway line to be built is two miles long and in addition to new tracks built three new commuter rail stations in Kallhäll, Barkarby and Sundbyberg.When the expansion of the part [edit is complete it will be able to go twelve commuter trains per hour instead of the current six to eight.– There will be many investigations, because we affect many other interests.
the Nissan Leaf Electric car is rated as supermiljöbil.There is no more money to pay the premiums for.It is also uncertain whether those who already bought the car will get out of their premiums.the Swedish transport agency assesses that there is now no money for to pay out more premiums to the so-called super-green cars of the year.the Appropriations are spent, and to everyone who bought such a car in years to be able to get the premium required to the riksdag approves the government's autumn budget.During the period January - september has more than 8 100 the premiums for newly registered super-green cars paid.
Phil Tippett s mind has been creating creatures for generations, including the creatures in the Star Wars holochess scene and the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park.Now he s created his own creature-filled stop-action animation film, Mad God, and it is coming out in virtual reality.Tippett Studio is announcing today that Mad God will be released in VR on the Wevr Transport platform on the Samsung Gear VR.That s a new store where you can access 360-degree videos and other VR content.I recently visited Tippett s madcap workshop in Berkeley, California, where he showed off another digital project, the monster game Hologrid: Monster Battle.Mad God immerses viewers in a dystopian subterranean netherworld featuring delightfully grotesque characters, all straight from the wonderfully twisted mind of Academy Award winning visual effects craftsman Tippett.Using photogrammetry to translate physical stop-motion animation into the VR landscape, the Mad God experience is a new twist on VR animation.Tippett s new film is another advance for VR, which is moving into uncharted territory when it comes to entertainment.The darkly beautiful Mad God is what happens when you merge the brilliance of a renowned veteran effects artist with the century-old technique of stop-motion animation and transport the whole thing into virtual reality.The idea of introducing Tippett s unique vision into a 360-degree immersive setting was spearheaded by Mike Breymann of Kaleidoscope VR, a fan of both Tippett and the original short film version of Mad God.
the Apple Apple iPhone 7 PlusApple are investigating the incident, which only weeks old iPhone 7 -the phone is claimed to light up the past self on fire.Surfing enthusiast Mat Jones iPhone 7 smartphone caught fire man in surfing.the Phone was left locked in the car and covered by clothing, apparently because that brand new shiny smart phone would wake a sticky-fingered people of interest.in Addition to clothing protection to your phone from direct sunlight.Fortunately, Jones wasn't happening at the moment of transport.
The field of personal transportation is a booming one, and likely to remain one for some time: By some estimates, the personal transportation device market is forecast to grow to nearly 25 million owners by 2020.But ambitious startup Immotor is proposing a solution: the Immotor Go scooter and its companion modular power cell, the Super Battery.It s helmed by executive-turned-entrepreneur Daniel Huang, former CEO of mobile device company Mophie, whose founding goal was nothing less than an entirely new category of personal transportation.He envisioned a internet-connected scooter that would put features like turn-by-turn directions and cruise control at riders fingertips, but crucially one with a power delivery method energy-efficient, replaceable, and resistant to wear and tear.Years of research and development later, Huang s unveiled the realization of that dream in the Immotor Go.Miraculously, the Immotor Go isn t all that different from Huang s initial concept.
WHEN you hear air pollution , you probably think of the brown pall of soot that hangs over so many Asian cities.But if you travel on, work or live near a busy road in Europe, you re also breathing in a hidden killer, even when the sky is a brilliant blue.We now know that the invisible gas nitrogen dioxide can seriously damage our health – and cities in Europe and the US have some of the world s highest NO2 levels.The good news is that these levels are declining.The bad news is that in many cities they are not declining fast enough to meet legal standards any time soon.Worse still, even if air does meet those legal limits, it still won t be safe to breathe.
The transport secretary clearly has some ideas about the form Heathrow's newly confirmed third runway will take, suggesting today that it might use a gently sloping ramp over the M25 to chuck planes full of drunk people towards the continent and beyond.Chris Grayling says this would be cheaper than tunneling the M25 below the runway, explaining that the plans might see a "very gentle hill up which the planes would take off" to let the runway cross the big road.And the legal challenges are already being outlined, with Richmond council leader Lord True saying he's taking legal advice about ways to stop runway three happening at all.Lord True says Heathrow is already breaking air quality rules and told BBC radio that: "The fact that the government has already delayed action for a year results from our reminding them that they hadn't yet fulfilled things which they're required to do under the existing law."And obviously Boris Johnson's not happy, as the former London mayor says he foresees the plan being "snarled up" in regulatory and legal battles to such an extent that it still might not happen at all.Want more updates from Gizmodo UK?
The transport secretary clearly has some ideas about the form Heathrow's newly confirmed third runway will take, suggesting today that it might use a gently sloping ramp over the M25 to chuck planes full of drunk people towards the continent and beyond.Chris Grayling says this would be cheaper than tunneling the M25 below the runway, explaining that the plans might see a "very gentle hill up which the planes would take off" to let the runway cross the big road.And the legal challenges are already being outlined, with Richmond council leader Lord True saying he's taking legal advice about ways to stop runway three happening at all.Lord True says Heathrow is already breaking air quality rules and told BBC radio that: "The fact that the government has already delayed action for a year results from our reminding them that they hadn't yet fulfilled things which they're required to do under the existing law."And obviously Boris Johnson's not happy, as the former London mayor says he foresees the plan being "snarled up" in regulatory and legal battles to such an extent that it still might not happen at all.Want more updates from Gizmodo UK?
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