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With Express Mode in Apple Pay, there is no need for First Bus customers to wake or unlock their devices or use Face ID or Touch ID to pay for travel.
Trip plans showing occupancy predictions as "too high" will suggest alternative connections that have a lower estimated passenger count.
Supported by UITP and EIT Urban Mobility, the application project aims to measure and manage density on public transport through in-app passenger questionnaires and challenges.
The Road Safety Framework to 2030 sets out a long-term vision for road safety - Vision Zero - where there are zero fatalities and injuries on Scotland’s roads by 2050.
The awarded projects aim to seek solutions to issues such as climate resilient road surfaces, effective integration of the informal transport sector in cities, and practical solutions to reduce sexual harassment of women and girls on transport.
The projects are being put in place in seven Cheshire East towns as a first phase to improve walking and cycling and improve access to town centres, areas for employment and schools.
The trials of innovative data and technology ideas come after the Safety After Dark innovation challenge by Transport for New South Wales was launched earlier in 2020.
The changes, which are said to be some of the most extreme in history, include extra bus services for low frequency routes and designated 'School Services' with colour coded passenger systems.
Scotland's COVID-19 pop-up active infrastructure fund has now closed, but the Government has introduced a series of measures to incentivise local authorities to make these changes permanent.
The partnership aims to help students progress in their fields and be able to address real-world cyber-security and transit challenges that WMATA is facing today.
The operation intends to be instrumental in addressing today's most critical mobility, accessibility, and transportation difficulties, including congestion reduction and advanced pedestrian and road safety.
Front-door boarding will reportedly add up to 40 per cent more space on buses, which aims to enhance a rider’s ability to socially distance.