Due to include new tramways, bus lanes, and trambus route, the new tramway project will see Quebec more connected than ever before.
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As 92 per cent of the Metro is already accessible, the target of 100 per cent accessibility by 2024 seems more than possible, but what more needs to change?
Facebook has used artificial intelligence (AI) to map 300,000 miles of previously unmapped roadways throughout Thailand.
In light of Keolis' Keoscopie study which monitors the impact of technology on mobility, we spoke exclusively to Kara Livingston, Director of Marketing for Keolis Group, who explained what the study revealed about mobility habits and the effect of technology.
The Open Mobility Foundation (OMF), formed by cities from across the U.S. seeks to improve transportation across the country with open data sources.
Research from Cranfield University has determined a formula that can reduce the effects of motion sickness while in an autonomous vehicle. Here, Intelligent Transport's Eve De Clerk spoke with Zaw Htike, who is conducting the research, and Stefano Longo, Senior Lecturer in Vehicle Control at Cranfield University, to find out more.
Following in the footsteps of New York and London, Queensland is set to trial a new contactless payment system which is expected to cost $371 million.
Uber selects Boston as the third city to incorporate transit options into the app to encourage more people to take public transport within the city.
Are you planning to drive into the centre of London on the 22 September? You'd better rearrange - Sadiq Khan plans to have a car-free day to clean up London's toxic air.
New York has long resisted the use of dockless electric scooter on its roads, but the state is set to vote on legislation which would finally allow scooter-sharing companies to operate.
Intelligent Transport's Eve De Clerk spoke to Edward Barratt, partner at international legal practice Osborne Clarke, about next-generation connectivity and the potential it has to transform transport and mobility.
Despite "investing in buses and new technology, transforming networks, and making operations and maintenance more efficient" FirstGroup have announced plans to split from FirstBus.
A Deutsche Bank survey of 55 major global cities sees London's public transport rank as more expensive than any of the other cities surveyed.
The Glasgow Connectivity Commission wants to see £10 billion spent over the next 20 years to improve the connectivity of the whole of Glasgow.