In light of Keolis' Keoscopie study which monitors the impact of technology on mobility, we spoke exclusively to Kara Livingston, Director of Marketing for Keolis Group, who explained what the study revealed about mobility habits and the effect of technology.
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As Dubai continues to grow as a metropolitan hub, Intelligent Transport discusses the urban mobility scene in Dubai with His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Director General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
Japan and France are one step closer to driverless vehicles as Groupe Renault and Nissan to become the first automotive manufacturers to explore driverless mobility.
Geospatial scientists have developed a new programme to monitor road signs that require replacement or repair by tapping into Google Street View images.
Keolis have demonstrated how 5G technology can be harnessed to control autonomous vehicles remotely with increased efficiency, reliability and safety.
Clever Devices provide an insight into their innovative, dynamic service management tool for today’s modern transportation systems.
The investment is to provide financing for batteries to bypass the constraints of the grid, charging infrastructure, the batteries on the vehicles as well as electric vehicles themselves.
Transport for Scotland has made £500,000 available as part of the Plugged-In Households Grant Fund for on-demand electric vehicles through car share clubs.
At this year's UITP Global Public Transport Summit, Trapeze will be showing innovative solutions for vehicle dispatch and driver scheduling as well as driver training, depot, fleet and asset management, operational control systems, vehicle equipment and fare management, together with passenger information and autonomous mobility, at stand A3050 in hall…
Digitalisation has taken hold of public transport operations around the world and data is the asset driving change across the industry. In an exclusive interview, Jakub Stefaniak, Head of the Department of Analysis at the Public Transport Authority of Warsaw, explains how the implementation of ITS and the collection and…
Accurate and reliable passenger counting data is crucial to making the key business decisions in public transport that could be the difference between success and failure - is there an intelligent solution?
Nottingham City Transport has a new travel assistant; Amazon's 'Alexa' feature is helping customers with journey planning, bus times and information.
We asked the opinions of transport leaders from Europe and the U.S. to find out how public transport is changing, what form it is taking and what the new responsibilities of public and private organisations are likely to be.
With passenger numbers on the up and the constraints this puts on capacity, control rooms are put under increasing pressure. Thomas Kritzer, Head of the Tramway Operations Division at Wiener Linien, explains how digitalisation can help, with intelligent assistants stepping in to do what humans can’t.
Ever since 1863, when London opened its first underground railway, modern transport has been evolving. Byeronie Epstein from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, discusses how 156 years later, it is unrecognisable with metro systems, buses, trams, electric bicycles, scooters, cars, electric and autonomous vehicles and drones present in…