EcoMobility is defined as environmentally friendly transport options that include walking, cycling, electric vehicles, public transport and car-sharing. In cities, EcoMobility is not just about the choice of transport, but the results of life habits and environment choices. Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government will introduce several types of eco-friendly and smart vehicles during "EcoMobility World Festival 2017". In addition to the existing MRT and light rail, the Bureau will showcase an automated Group Rapid Transit (GRT) system that's been widely used overseas, as shown below. Every GRT carries a maximum of 12 people and travels on the designed routes of the EcoMobility project at a maximum speed of 20 km/h.
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With the electric buses and scooters and C-Bike and other low-carbon EcoMobility vehicles shown below, the Hamasen area can have the transportation experience without gasoline and diesel burning and greenhouse gas emissions during one month of EcoMobility World Festival 2017.