Tram services will be protected across the North and Midlands, with a further £67.8 million available to keep essential services running.
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Gheed El Makkoui, General Manager of Careem UAE, details the current safety measures implemented across Careem’s ride-hailing services in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dubai RTA and Dubai Police came together in a meeting to coordinate on safe cycling, new cycle tracks and the safe trial of e-scooters throughout the city.
Applications are strongly encouraged from Metro riders, transit advocates and community-based organisations from a diverse range of perspectives, to create the 15 member committee.
The Nottingham trial will see key workers able to hire an e-scooter at a discounted price of £30 per month, and short term rental paid by the minute available to visitors, students and the wider public.
Uber will invest over $100 million in a new joint venture with SK Telecom (SKT), plus another $50 million in T Map Mobility - SKT's newly-independent mobility business.
Additional funding of up to £52.6 million will help operators cover the expected loss of fare-paying passenger revenue until 17 January 2021.
Following the launch of the Paradox Prize in 2019 to find solutions to Northeast Ohio’s ‘no car, no job; no job, no car’ paradox, FundNEO’s Dominic Mathew details the transport connectivity projects and pilots that are being launched as a result of the prize’s funding.
In the ongoing endeavour to rebuild Northeast Ohio’s (USA) economy to ensure inclusive growth and opportunity for all residents, limited workforce mobility represents both a symptom of a decades-long problem and an obstacle in achieving this goal. Dominic Mathew, Urban and Regional Planner (Mobility Innovations) at the Fund for Our…
Lime Platform will launch with seated scooter company Wheels as its first integration, as Lime looks ahead to micromobility-as-a-service.
The HCC will pave the way for the certification of hyperloop systems around the world – the first step towards commercial projects.
Slovak capital Bratislava launches project to collect and analyse anonymised passenger data to make transport routes more effective.
An open letter to the British government from the London Micromobility Alliance says that "we must radically rethink how Londoners can safely and sustainably move around".
Keolis now totals 5,000 employees in the United States, operating and maintaining vehicles in 12 cities that carry 100 million passengers annually.