Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2020 is influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, with authors taking the opportunity to either write entirely about the crisis, or provide sharp commentary on it as part of articles on other matters. From mobility services and public transport to connected and autonomous vehicles, this issue lays…
List view / Grid view
Smart Cities & Connectivity
Filter the results
Autonomous vehicles will be trialled along the Midlands Future Mobility route, which has been developed by TfWM in collaboration with Coventry City Council, Birmingham City Council and Solihull Council.
Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates, has announced that £30 million will be allocated to improve public transport networks in Wales, such as metro projects, bus congestion and walking and cycling infrastructure.
Hosted via virtual meeting, Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) officials met with the UK Minister of State for Transport to discuss COVID-19 responses and how they can collaborate to develop future mobility solutions.
Celebrating its 85th birthday, Roman Latypov, First Deputy CEO for Strategy and Client Work at Moscow Metro, takes a look back at how the network has remained resilient through difficult times and continued to expand, all whilst maintaining an essential service for the people of Moscow.
Working with scooter firms Tortoise and Go X, the e-scooter fleet in Peachtree Corners can reportedly deliver themselves to a rider's door and return back to a designated parking spot after use.
The three-year consultation focused on Highly Automated Road Passenger Services (HARPS) which use self-driving vehicles capable of carrying only passengers or travelling empty with no human driver on board.
Self-driving advocacy organisation Zenzic has highlighted research which suggests connected and autonomous vehicles will be key in the UK's journey to achieving net zero by 2050.
HLRS researchers have used supercomputing and VR visualisation to develop comprehensive models of urban environments, designed to support city planning and traffic management.
Angelo Rao, PE, Manager of Traffic Operations & Parking Services at the City of Lakeland, Florida speaks to Intelligent Transport about the challenges of advancing mobility that come with a transitioning car-centric city.
Based on current analysis, researchers have created future scenarios for Moscow to determine how self-driving vehicles will impact ride sharing, public transport, passenger experience and everyday life.
Engineers have reportedly demonstrated a way to use magnetism to transmit electricity wirelessly to recharge electric cars in motion.
The "digital remote laboratory” hosted over 80 stakeholders involved in smart technology and passenger experience decision-making.
The ultimate goal of the track project is to design an affordable trackform that can be easily removed, reduce impact on utilities and existing infrastructure, and save hundreds of thousands of pounds.
The project will collate transport and mobility related data from a range of sources and make it available to businesses and organisations, designed to remove a key barrier to innovation.