Following the launch of its services in its 15th Swedish city, Voi’s e-scooters will be available to everyone over 18 in central Lund, Oscarshem, Annehem, Planetstaden, Hospitalgården and Lund University.
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The new mobile speed enforcement cameras will support Transport for London and the Metropolitan Police to achieve their Vision Zero goal to eliminate death and serious injury on London's roads by 2041.
Transit with EZfare will replace Greater Cleveland RTA’s existing RTA CLE app and will become its official app for purchasing fare media – allowing customers in Cleveland, and across Ohio, to purchase fares anytime, anywhere.
The sale will include the purchase of TST by Arriva and will allow Arriva Group to maintain a strong business for the long-term, as well as provide future growth and opportunities for the business in Portugal.
According to TIER Mobility’s latest survey, people across Britain would prefer to reduce their carbon footprint by switching to greener transport, with over 20 per cent specifically choosing to switch to e-scooters and e-bikes.
Currently being tested on two bus lines of the Ginko network, Keolis subsidiary’s fraudometer uses behavioural science and nudges to encourage individuals to avoid fraudulent situations by validating their tickets.
The intercity bus services will help to meet the growing demand for public transportation in Dubai and will provide commuters with bus services to Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Fujairah and Muwaileh, Sharjah.
The Shared Mobility 2030 Action Agenda and Action Network will bring about more accessible and affordable mobility options, in order to make shared mobility the first choice over private car use.
With this investment, EMT Madrid makes considerable progress in the construction plans of its hydrogen refuelling plant for public transport in Madrid - accelerating the decarbonisation of the municipal's public transit fleet.
TfW’s new app and website for the TrawsCymru long distance bus network will unify bus travel across the country, as well as increase digital access to the network’s services through mobile app ticketing.
The two new technology-focused initiatives will improve accessibility on NJ TRANSIT for neurodiverse customers and those with mobility constraints, by helping customers to navigate everyday travel experiences.
With more electric buses to be added, EMT Madrid predicts that the municipal electric fleet will be made up of 190 vehicles by the end of 2022, increasing to 329 vehicles by the end of 2023.
The final stages of work at Bank station will be completed by the end of 2022, with work continuing on step-free access to the Northern line, a new station entrance and two new moving walkways.
With its latest investment round, which takes its valuation to $77.7 million, Neuron Mobility plans to accelerate its international expansion, as well as reinforce its technology leadership.
The IndyGo Connect on-demand pilot project will bridge transit access gaps by offering customers in southeast Indianapolis the flexibility of a private car with the affordability of public transit.