The goal of the funding is to support Bolt’s product development and research in areas where the use of technology can improve the safety, reliability and sustainability of its services.
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The new imaging system is said to use a commercially available camera sensor and a powerful, but otherwise standard, laser source that is similar to the one found in a laser pointer.
Wireless charging at taxi ranks could provide an alternative to plugs and chargepoints, meaning multiple taxis can recharge at once, supporting drivers to charge up more easily.
With the new solar systems, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) hopes to replace batteries less frequently and save on costly road calls.
Nexus introduced ticket machines that accept card and contactless payments, as well as notes and coins, in 2013.
Total Foundation and GRSF have signed a joint project to provide training, assistance and guidance to countries, with the goal of boosting their road safety analytic and data usage capacities.
Total rail ridership was recorded as 182 million trips for 2019, compared to 175 million in 2018 - an increase of four per cent.
TfL has relied mainly on manual traffic counts to work out how many people are cycling on any given road, but has been trialling Vivacity Labs' AI sensors as an alternative solution since 2018.
Through its City Mobility Campaign, Uber aims to create and support legislation at the state, local and federal level to increase funding for infrastructure to help protect cyclists and pedestrians.
Over the past 10 years, Joby Aviation has reportedly developed a quiet, all-electric VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft, which aims to be instrumental in the commercial launch of the emerging on-demand urban air taxi market.
On 13 January 2020, Nottingham City Council Deputy Leader, Cllr Sally Longford, formally declared a Climate and Ecological Emergency and launched a consultation into the council’s own action plan, which has a key focus on the future of transport in the city.
The goal of the project is to improve the safety of passengers and drivers of buses in city traffic, as well as help operators with manoeuvres on bus depot premises. The new system will also ensure optimal energy consumption by the vehicles.
Of those surveyed, almost 20 per cent said it was legal to ride an e-scooter on public roads, 10 per cent said it was legal to ride on the pavement and 32 per cent were not able to answer or said they did not know.