Global Electric Bicycles Market 2020-2028: Research and Development Activities to Center around Battery Improvements in Coming Years
DUBLIN, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Electric Bicycles Market Size, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts, 2020 To 2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The electric bicycles market expected to be growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.2% from 2020 to 2028 and reach US$ 28.51 Bn in 2028.
COVID-19 crisis and an increasing need to maintain social distance have promoted the use of ecological means of transportation, such as the electrical bicycle.
In the last couple of decades, the popularity of e-bicycles has grown manifold and there were around 210 million such bicycles used daily in 2016. China holds a major share of the overall market and the trend is expected to continue in the years to come. One of the most prominent factors aiding the adoption of e-bicycles can be attributed to
Nearly two years after construction began, the new flyover bridge connecting I-35/80 with Highway 141 in Urbandale will open Friday, as well as other nearby traffic improvements.
Traffic lights are planned to improve safety at the Napier Rd-Roberts Line intersection.
Safety concerns on State Highway 3 heading east out of Palmerston North have prompted transport officials to decide traffic lights should be installed at the busy Roberts Line intersection.
The lights are expected to make it safer for all traffic, especially cyclists and pedestrians, from Kelvin Grove wanting to cross SH3-Napier Rd to get to the Manawatū River shared pathway.
There will be a pathway beside the highway from Roberts Line to Sutton Place to complete the off-road route.
NZ Transport Agency director of regional relationships Emma Speight said the decision to make improvements came after reviewing public feedback. That consultation happened in August 2018.
* Anger mounts among Palmerston North politicians over Napier Rd crashes
* KiwiRail freight plans complement city and transport investment
* Motorists’ advocate wants focus on Roberts Line
13 Oct 2020: Realme 7 receives October 2020 update with camera improvements
Realme has started rolling out the October 2020 update for its Realme 7 model.
As per the changelog, the firmware brings a host of camera optimizations including the image clarity of the Portrait mode and noise issue in HDR mode.
The update also comes with improvements related to Bluetooth connectivity, optimized charging algorithm, and the September 2020 Android security patch.
Here are more details.
Fact: Everything to know about the update
The new update carries build number RMX2151PU_11_A.59 and is being rolled out in a phased manner via over-the-air method. To manually check for the firmware, you can go to Settings >System Updates.
Design and display: Recalling the Realme 7
As far as its specifications are concerned, the Realme 7 features a punch-hole design with a prominent bottom
Xbox Series X/S will bring some important visual and performance improvements to backward compatible Xbox titles when it launches November 10.
While most Xbox fans are likely looking ahead to which new games they’ll be able to play on their Xbox Series X/S, Microsoft isn’t forgetting about all the games that brought them to this point. Today, the team revealed a few new improvements coming to thousands of backward compatible games you can play on next-gen hardware. It’s quite the list of visual and technical improvements that should make your playing experience that much better. Check it out.
Enjoy 1000s of games you love across 4 generations. Now with faster frame rates, enhanced visuals, and auto HDR on your favorite OG, 360 and Xbox One games.
No need to look back, your games are ready to move forward with you: https://t.co/y21uOrWUSJ pic.twitter.com/OMEfBX8HYS
Remember all the hope and hype during the last presidential election about how the United States would soon spend a lot of money on infrastructure no matter who won? Four years later, we’re still waiting for Washington to take action.
But with many investors now betting that Joe Biden will defeat Trump — and some experts even pricing in the possibility of a blue wave that gives Democrats control of the Senate — a big infrastructure deal could have a better chance of getting done sometime next
A €215 million upgrade of the Dunkettle Interchange in Cork has been approved by Government in advance of Budget 2021 .
Dunkettle interchange is a road junction in east Cork City, forming a junction between the M8, N25 and the N40. Minister of State for Transport Hildegarde Naughton described the upgrade as “vital” for Cork city and region.
The appointment of contractor Sisk to carry out the the upgrade had been delayed for over a year as Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) was not satisfied with initial bids.
It is understood TII saved more than €40 million in putting the project out to tender for a second time. The figure of €215 million includes land costs.
The project involves putting in place an interchange just north of the Jack Lynch Tunnel to allow traffic travelling north-south on the M8 and traffic travelling east-west on the N25 move freely in either direction
A plan to improve safety on State Highway 3/Napier Rd is moving ahead, with funding secured for detailed design and consenting work.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is developing a package of safety improvements along a 3.4km section of Napier Rd, between Keith St and Stoney Creek Rd, and including Roberts Line intersection.
Regional relationships director Emma Speight says the improved saftey of the road will go ahead following investigation and consultation on options.
“I’m pleased that we can now move into the detailed design and consenting phase of this project.”
“This is a positive step towards making the road safer and more accessible for the everyone.
“We’ve had lots of feedback from locals who say the area feels unsafe, and we’ve taken their feedback into consideration when making decisions about ways that we can improve safety.
“We heard that it is difficult for cyclists and pedestrians from Kelvin Grove
Lack of lighting, signage and faded road markings are among the problems at the mini-roundabout on Foldgate Lane in Ludlow which need to be addressed as “a matter of urgency”, according to Councillor Vivienne Parry.
She said: “This roundabout near ‘Pets are Us’ and the ‘Squirrel’ on Foldgate Lane has been in for some time now and there are still no signs to warn motorists or indicate who has right of way.
“The road markings are also worn. As a result, I’ve had a number of complaints about near misses at this roundabout.
“I know of one visiting motorist who told me he drove over it not realising that there was a roundabout there.”
‘Whole area much darker’
“Also the street lights covering this area have progressively ceased to function over the last few years making the whole area much darker after sunset.
“Given the number of
The recent rollbacks could potentially result in US companies laxing on environmental practices.
Against the backdrop of Covid-19 and the US’ rollback of environmental regulation, investment in environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) remains a wise choice, writes Sarah Brattan Hughes, Head of Sustainability, North America, Schroders.
“We have seen sustainable investing outperform going into the Covid-19 crisis, and throughout the crisis. The resilience of results supports our view that sustainable investing is a proxy for quality.”
The recent rollbacks could potentially result in US companies laxing on environmental practices. However, the focus on sustainability in other parts of the world will help keep up the sustainability standards globally, Hughes adds.
“For example, the European Union has embarked on a sustainable finance plan and has a strong ambition to be a global leader of sustainable investing. It is a matter of time before ESG integration becomes a hygiene factor in