Uber has announced a collaborative partnership with Skybus which will see a three-month trail in Auckland improve the first- and last-mile journeys of passengers at North Shore airport.
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In a bid to provide sustainable transportation to the people of Songjiang, Keolis is expanding its light rail operations.
Google Maps users can now see if a scooter or e-bike is available, where it is located, its cost and how long their intended journey will take.
The National Transport Commission in Australia has advised the need for a legal framework to encompass automated vehicle use which would benefit both insurance and data access.
Transport Secretary announces £2.5 million investment in chargepoints in residential streets; the investment will support the UK’s move towards net zero emissions by 2050 and efforts to further improve air quality.
Perfect for congested cities needing a fast and cost-effective mass transit solution, the monorail project in Cario will provide greater mobility for Egyptian citizens.
JTMT has awarded the TransJerusalem J-Net consortium a €1.8 billion contract for the development and expansion of the Jerusalem light rail network.
The joint venture is part of BP's commitment to being one of the world's leading companies in EV charging infrastructure.
Arriva says it is one of the first major public transport companies to commit to the large-scale operation of e-buses in the Netherlands.
While hybrid-plug in sales fell in June 2019, Zipcar reports that electric car-sharing is on the rise - a win for air quality, the environment and traffic congestion.
Hyperloop has been deemed a public infrastructure project in India, bringing the concept one step closer to becoming a reality.
A new National Transport Strategy for Scotland that presents a marked change in the approach to transport for the next 20 years has been published for public consultation.
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.
Through the Transit Tech Lab, four companies have been chosen for MTA pilot projects to provide original solutions to problems on both the subway and bus systems in New York.
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?