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The DfT has announced plans to improve accessibility for disabled travellers in the UK, including an audit of train stations and new regulations for bus operators.
Contactless payment capability has been rolled out on certain Santa Barbara bus services for the first time this week, with Clean Air Express users receiving a discount for using contactless to pay.
Tyneside councils have been criticised after plans aimed at cleaning up Newcastle’s air have been delayed until July of next year.
Madrid’s Metro system is showing signs of recovery, though there is still a long way to go before passenger levels return to pre-pandemic benchmarks.
The CTA has received the top awards from APTA for its service to Chicago residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, when it ran a full-service schedule.
The e-scooter pilot will enable researchers from Dublin City University (DCU) to analyse data and inform future e-scooter rollouts both in Dublin and throughout Ireland.
Ferry services to resume as MTA Metro-North announces further updates to its schedule as New York’s transit network looks to continue its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Department for Transport has announced more funding for public transport operators, this time for light rail services in the North and England and the Midlands.
Start Safe is the latest safety initiative from Bird, designed to discourage people from riding their e-scooters under the influence.
The Vancouver transit operator says the busy station hasn’t been upgraded in its 36 years of existence, though it will need to be shut for a period in order to speed up the works.