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1. Introduction Urban mobility, especially in large cities, is undergoing a profound transformation. The incorporation of advanced technologies, together with the evidence of the need to opt for more sustainable and efficient mobility solutions, has led to numerous mobility apps with complementary functionalities.  The high penetration of...

1. Introduction The evolution of road infrastructure management is progressing at an unstoppable pace for both mobility operators and end users. More and more toll roads have implemented a payment and control system that does not require passing through a barrier system. Openvia has an excellent example...

Technological development reaches all social sectors, including urban planning and air mobility in cities. Within this field are the vertiports, which may revolutionize urban areas in the coming years. In addition, they are likely to be involved in activities such as assistance in emergency situations or the...

In the era of digital transformation, technology has revolutionized virtually every aspect of our lives, and road infrastructure construction and management are no exception. Digitization has enabled the development of new techniques and tools that are radically changing the way roads are built and used. The incorporation of...

In the coming years, the great challenge in infrastructure management will be to improve traffic flow by applying new technologies that ensure maximum safety and optimal infrastructure condition. This approach will become increasingly important in the near future. On the one hand, cities are under increasing...

One of the most important aspects of city travel is sustainability. Since the creation of Low Emission Zones (LEZs) to the creation of to multimodal transport applicationsCurrent policies are focused on combining freedom of movement with improving the quality of life of citizens. In this regard, we would...