Toyota has begun construction on its new smart city, which will feature thee different types of streets and will be dominated by autonomous vehicles.
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Statistics from Transport Scotland have revealed a decline in the number of journeys being made on some modes even before the pandemic hit.
Bus workers in London will walk out over pay and conditions this week as Unite the union accusing RATP of “using the cover of COVID to drive down wages.”
An extension to Kolkata’s metro system will connect the northern suburb of Dakshineswar to the city centre.
The highest court in the land has told Uber that it now must pay workers a minimum wage and holiday pay just like employees in other industries.
The tech giant has announced features to make travelling simpler and more convenient through its Google Maps application.
The Canadian Government will pump nearly $15 billion into the country’s transport industry, with a central pot of money to be created for ongoing projects.
The South Wales Metro project will provide more frequent and reliable services in the region, and allow passengers to travel using just one ticketing system when it is finished.
New tram lines could soon be built in Edinburgh while an overhaul of Glasgow’s transport network is on the cards with light rail, metro, and bus rapid transit systems all slated for development.
New stations are coming to Moscow Central Diameters, as the city looks to better connect more of its regions. Meanwhile, the city’s Troika card system is being rolled into yet another region.
E-bike operator Lime has partnered with passenger bike service Pedal Me to offer free rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination appointments to ensure nobody is left behind in the jab race.
The CDC has ordered passengers on all modes of transport within the US to wear masks that cover the mouth and nose, or risk breaking federal law.