Moscow’s ticketing system has undergone a complete overhaul in the past year, with all new work set to be completed by the end of 2021.
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For Intelligent Transport , Amy Ford, Vice President, Policy Programs and Mobility on Demand at ITS America and the Mobility on Demand Alliance, assesses the next steps for the complete integration of mobility services, payment, and information delivery across the mobility landscape.
Trains have taken to the Northgate extension tracks for the first time in Seattle as the project looks set to come in on-budget and on-time.
Private-hire company Addison Lee has joined Uber and Bolt in offering discounted rides for Londoners travelling to one of the major vaccination hubs in the capital as the UK races to immunise as many vulnerable people as possible.
The Canadian city of Laval hopes to fit all of its buses with the new contactless payment technology by the summer of 2021.
Keolis is trialling autonomous electric shuttles in the city of Gothenburg, which carry eight passengers along a 1.8km route in the Swedish city.
Jasmeet Khurana, REmobility Project Manager at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), explains why ride-hailing is the perfect market in which to prove the environmental and economic benefits that electric vehicles can provide.
Scooter operator TIER is utilising a new type of mapping technology in a bid to end the scourge of misparking once and for all.
The on-demand transport service is expanding in Arlington to include almost every area of the city, as the Texan city celebrates its “gold standard” transportation model.
Brussel’s new Brupass unites four different transport operators under one single ticket in a bid to make travelling in the Belgian capital much simpler.
As the UK starts to vaccinate 300,000 people a day, Uber is stepping in to cover £15 worth of rides for those travelling to one of seven mass-vaccination centres in England.
Transport and political leaders in the North of England have expressed their disappointment at the news that the Department for Transport looks set to cut Transport for the North’s budget.