They will work on delivering proof of concept for "15-minute city" policies and on implementing neighbourhood pilot projects in at least five cities
The alternative mass transport system is battery-powered and is more affordable to set up than traditional trams...
It is made to actively encourage people to bin litter and in return win a monthly jackpot of £10,000.
The initiative will also inform wider policies and localized strategies to reduce barriers to healthy lifestyles.
The main idea is to turn it into the world's most walkable city.
The energy needed is provided from solar power and kinetic energy emitted from children's play.
The solution does not require additional energy to operate as it uses the kinetic energy of moving vehicles.
Researchers are using airflow modeling techniques to study the effects of unique roadside structures to deflect particulates away from pedestrians.
The system needs only two workers to control it, load bricks and mortar into its feeds, and also to complete damp-proofing and the pointing that finishes the mortar joints.