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Kate Andrews

London, United Kingdom

Designer (Graphic Design)

Member since June 13, 2007

  • MIT’s Stackable City Car

    Environment, Industrial Design


    Original Post: Inhabitat 13 Nov 2007

    While public transportation is a great green urban option, the “last mile” problem is a real shortcoming- referring to the conundrum of the extra distance from your bus or train stop to your doorstep (while this may seem trivial to some, Midwestern commuters can attest to the annoyance of this problem). The folks at MIT think that they may have a solution to that problem: The City Car, a stackable electric two-passenger city vehicle, would combine the best features of mass transit, car-sharing, and personal vehicles in a high-density, high-convenience system.

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