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The new framework from the United Nations (UN) highlights the need to prioritises public safety when implementing autonomous vehicles into society.
New research has highlighted steps that can be taken to reduce bus driver fatigue and consequently TfL have created a new £500,000 fund for bus operators to initiate a range solutions.
In a bid to keep every road user safe, from pedestrians to cyclists, Transport Canada has announced funding of $1 million to increase the safety of vulnerable road users.
Transport for Grater Manchester has announced the introduction of a new police unit made up of more than 60 police officers which will help keep the travelling public safe.
Transport for Ireland has launched an anti-racism campaign in a bid to challenge behaviours which will not be tolerated on public transport.
In Wellington, cyclists and bus drivers have swapped seats in a bid to highlight the safety implications of sharing the road and the steps that can be taken to ensure safety remains a top priority.
London is the first city in the world to collect data on cycling infrastructure, such as parking spots and protected lanes, on such a large scale.
Autonomous cars are an increasingly popular topic, but do we actually want them running on our roads? Industry is more than willing to trial them, but what about the consumer?
As patronage on public transport continues to grow, so too do incidents of anti-social behaviour and violence towards transport staff but now Australian public transport operators are taking a stand.
£2 million has been awarded to develop the 'most thorough understanding ever' of Britain's road markings, sections of the National Cycle Network and the country’s footways.
As e-bus use becomes more popular, charging stations must also keep up with the speed of development - to ensure this remains safe, effective and efficient charging stations will soon be subject to regular testing.
The partnership hopes to create a set of industry recognised standards that will accelerate the safe and successful deployment of automated vehicles, and champion British expertise in this field.
A study by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has found that half of shared e-scooters were being ridden illegally which primarily involve alcohol and a lack of helmet.
The panic buttons will instantly notify the transport department control center, as well as the bus driver, passengers, and nearby Police Control Vehicle vans