The collapse has caused 23 deaths so far in the Mexican capital, with fears mounting that that number might rise as responders continue to clear rubble at the scene.
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Hong Kong’s Octopus transit card is set to be rolled out across mainland China, offering users the means to pay for travel with one card in hundreds of cities.
The BRT project is back under the microscope in the Indiana state legislature, as a new amendment once again threatens the IndyGo project.
Neuron, which operates scooters in Newcastle, has made changes to ensure the vehicles are used properly in the UK city.
The expansion of Moscow’s Troika card shows no sign of slowing down, as the city of Perm begins a pilot of the ticketing system.
Uber Boat by Thames Clippers will run the new service to ferry passengers across the river Thames while Hammersmith Bridge is closed for repair work.
Philip Ellis talks safety and the impact of COVID-19 on micromobilty with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin, as more and more local authorities around the world begin to implement some form of micromobility scheme.
With more than 330 new trains expected in 2021, Moscow is continuing to replace its ageing fleet with new trains, as it looks to modernise the 86 year-old network.
A new funding package has been agreed for Transport for London, though the operator wants a long-term deal from the UK Government as passenger numbers remain low.
Residents in Braintree will be able to rent scooters for £55 per month, while Rochdale has selected Lime to operate its vehicles in the Greater Manchester town.
The French Agency for Development will help fund the ambitious infrastructure project, which will see buses powered by cow dung.
The DfT claims electric vehicles are getting cheaper, but there has been criticism of the announcement by some members of the industry.