The University pilot project will connect vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists to surrounding infrastructure and collect data in order to inform others of traffic flow and potential incidents.
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The "Superblocks" approach aims to help achieve Barcelona's climate targets by organising the city with priority given to pedestrians, bicycles and public transport.
The technology will be installed onto buses as part of phase two of the NSW Government’s Transport Connected Bus programme.
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) will use the funding to develop a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Larger trams to increase capacity have been introduced onto the Luas Finglas network in Dublin and a public consultation has been launched to gather views on new proposed routes.
Telecom operators have been urged to come forward to develop suitable equipment to safely fix antennas onto overhead line equipment (OLE) in live rail environments.
The policy document - Pathways to the Future of Transportation – is intended to serve as a roadmap for innovators of new cross modal technologies to engage with the Department.
The ITF acts as a think tank for transport policy for member countries and as a platform for discussion and pre-negotiation of policy issues across all transport modes.
The selected projects aim to tackle market needs, offering ways to increase the efficiency, safety and sustainability of moving people and goods.
The online press conference spotlighted innovative award winners and pioneering smart transportation products in an industrial loft-style pavilion.
Uber has acquired software provider Routematch in a bid to create new innovations for transit agencies across the globe.
€200 million is being allocated to extend the Madrid Metro network and €15 million has been dedicated to developing a bus rapid transit (BRT) system for the northeast region of Madrid.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) and Ariadna have launched a survey to understand cities' needs post COVID-19 when developing new urban mobility schemes and to raise awareness of how Galileo and Copernicus can help in doing so.
Jordi Ortuño Ribé, Mobility & Urban Innovation, City of Barcelona, explains what kind of considerations need to be taken into account by cities to enable innovation in the modern mobility market, as well as how these steps can support the economy and evolve a city's transport ecosystem.