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The Colombian capital of Bogotá is to receive a fleet of 379 electric buses, giving it the largest electric bus fleet on the continent.
Germany is to provide €1 billion to support green urban mobility infrastructure and implement sustainable mobility solutions in India.
The EBRD has passed a new Transport Sector Strategy which aims to boost transport as a catalyst for economic and inclusive growth.
Sheffield City Council will bid for money from the DfT's ‘Transforming Cities Fund’ which could see £85 million invested in sustainable travel.
Following a thorough safety review from the Land Transport Authority e-scooters have been prohibited on all footpaths in Singapore.
The first integrated, automated school bus communication platform will have the ability to track, in real-time, a school bus' whereabouts.
The Nordic Micromobility Association has been launched by Lime, TIER and VOI.
With a child born in London in 2010 expecting to lose two years of life expectancy because of air pollution if exposed to the same level of pollution over their lifetime* what is the public transport industry doing to combat this major global concern?
With the advent of technology and innovation, on-demand transport can now offer services that are not only cheaper for operators, but are more user-friendly and offer the answer to the first- and last-mile problem. We speak to Kara Livingston, Marketing Director for Keolis Group about the company’s new on-demand transport…
With three days of the best exhibitors, speakers and new innovations in the world of public transport, Intelligent Transport wasn't going to miss 2017's UITP Global Public Transport Summit...
With Cambridge today launching the first phase of its cutting-edge Intelligent City Platform (iCP) we delve deeper into what makes a city ‘smart’ in regards to transportation and what the city of Cambridge is implementing to make sure it’s at the forefront of said technologies...