The CONNECTING project in Ski, Norway looks to progress the removal of on-board operators from autonomous vehicles, instead making the process remote.
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Temporary free access to bike-share services in Glasgow and Edinburgh has been put in place as COVID-19 lockdown measures ease.
Waymo's new automotive partnership with Volvo Car Group is the latest in a series, which includes partnerships with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Jaguar Land Rover, and Renault Nissan Mitsubishi.
New York City Council's decision to legalise the use of e-bikes and e-scooters within the city also requires the creation of a year-long shared e-scooter pilot programme.
Long used to create viral internet videos, deepfake technology has a new purpose at Oxbotica, as the company looks to scale up real-world testing of autonomous vehicles.
The programme will launch to the public in 2021, bringing three automated full-sized New Flyer electric buses to Connecticut's CTfastrak BRT corridor.
HumanForest is seeking to provide Londoners a "a fun, active and sustainable way" to travel in London, as two thirds of car trips made by Londoners could be cycled within the timeframe of the free rides on offer.
Yulu's latest round of funding will be used to further strengthen the mobility platform and its technology solutions, as well as enable rapid expansion.
The report says there's huge opportunity for UK-based companies to capitalise on electric vehicle market potential, with the next five years pivotal for the electrification of passenger cars.
Lime is expanding its LimePass subscriptions to include new daily and monthly pass options as more people look for alternative transport modes post-COVID-19.
The commencement of the new contract makes Arriva the principal bus operator for the Czech Republic's Pilsen Region.
Uber looks to Software-as-a-Service to further diversify its business model and revenue streams in new partnership with Marin Transit.
A new study shows that India's existing nation-wide bus fleet has only a fraction of the necessary vehicles required to enable commuters to follow social distancing measures.
Moscow Metro customers can now claim refunds for unused journeys they otherwise would have taken during the Russian capital's COVID-19 enforced lockown.