We are here with you again after a pause in publication. Covid has affected all of us somehow.
Today we have our book review by Haluk, about Bicycles and their role in transportation. No matter how we have gone far in fulfilling our dreams of vehicle with or without a driver, the bicycle remains one of the main transportation devices.
But before that dear Baris is here with the news min-section for this episode. Let see what is new in the field of hi-tech technology, where there is a race for developing autonomous driving vehicles.
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Bicycling for Transportation, An Evidence-Base for Communities, written by Melissa Bopp, Dangaia Sims, and Daniel Piatkowski, Elsevier, 2018, 246 pages, eBook ISBN 10: 0128126426, ISBN 13: 978-0128126424, recommended publisher’s price is $65.23
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