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The Science Inside: Transport Riots

Following the recent transport riots, The Science Inside looks at some of the tech and solutions around the industry.

This week transport engineer Gerrit Wessels explains why buses always seem to whiz through intersections and Louise Naude from WWF explains what your car is doing to climate change:


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