MVG hopes the multimodal app will create more mobility in Munich, while simultaneously reducing car traffic.
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Occurrences of accidents have been 31 per cent higher than recent averages since the beginning of the strikes.
The implementation comes ahead of mandatory requirement for all new ‘quiet’ running vehicles in 2021.
The new service is part of the city public transport network, inaugurated by François Bayrou, Mayor and President of the Pau Béarn Pyrénées intercommunal area1, and opened to the public on 17 December 2019.
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In this supplement, find out how the quickening integration of urban mobility services is creating a more seamless experience for customers.
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Singapore's Ministry of Transport has accepted recommendations from the Active Mobility Advisory Panel (AMAP) that aim to improve the safety of e-scooter riders, as well as members of the public.
After seeing 1.5 million passengers and recruiting 30,000 drivers since the June 2019 London launch, Bolt has unveiled a new hub for drivers in Chiswick, London, which aims to connect current and prospective drivers.
The service uses a smartphone application and a fleet of ride-share vehicles to provide a service that is said to have no fixed schedules, no fixed routes and an infinite number of on-demand stops.