The two agencies have committed to increasing bus speeds and improving passenger experience with the help of automated camera enforcement of bus lanes.
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The app features - which include real-time train times, alternative routes and accessibility options - will be developed further based on customer feedback.
Smart Columbus has launched a mobility hub project, a connected vehicles and road safety project, and has re-commissioned an all-electric self-driving shuttle pilot to deliver food to communities in need.
On top of 'Operation Respect,' New York's MTA is now piloting mask dispensers on buses as a way to protect those using public transit.
The Prime Minister has kickstarted Britain's 'cycling and walking revolution,' with plans including 'cycling prescriptions' and free training, higher cycling infrastructure standards and a national e-bike programme.
The paper by the National Engineering Policy Centre outlined the complexities for public transport operators to find technological solutions to COVID-19 control with little evidence of their effectiveness.
The move is said to be part of RTA’s continued efforts to enhance the implementation of precautionary measures taken to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The operators have committed to higher levels of sustainability standards and practices across e-scooter manufacturing, operations, end of life and lifecycle emissions.
The new standards, which local authorities will be expected to implement, are designed to improve consistency in the taxi licensing system.
The Council met to discuss global coronavirus measures put in place on public transport, as well as future scenarios for the Dubai transport sector.
In a recent webinar hosted by Intelligent Transport in association with Brian Swanson, Moovit's Director of Sales Engineering, the tools that help municipalities, transport agencies and operators, and large businesses operate during times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic were discussed. Here, he answers some of the audience's questions…
The Welsh Government has announced £38 million to make walking, cycling and scooting safer and more accessible across Wales.
The projects aim to help reboot the economy post COVID-19, build missing transport links across the continent, support sustainable transport and create jobs.