New charging infrastructure that can be plugged into advertising boards or streetlights is being trialled in Paris in a bid to make micromobility even more sustainable in the French capital.
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The new Broadstone Depot is located in the north of the Irish capital and will have capacity for 120 buses, as well as plenty of swifts.
Moscow Metro reports highest ridership since October to encourage other operators around the world that a return to busy services is possible.
Virgin Hyperloop will display its revolutionary vehicle at the world-famous Arts + Industries Building in Washington DC in a bid to inspire the next generation of engineers.
Transport operator Stagecoach says its Optibus software well enable buses to be planned more efficiently and therefore reduce CO2 emissions in the process.
Lime’s bumper investment will enable it to roll out its services to more cities across Europe in particular, where micromobility is increasing in popularity.
Ian Warr, Director of Engineering at First Bus, discusses hydrogen buses, influencing the national agenda, and the critical role that customers play.
Toyota has begun construction on its new smart city, which will feature three different types of streets and will be dominated by autonomous vehicles.
Statistics from Transport Scotland have revealed a decline in the number of journeys being made on some modes even before the pandemic hit.
Arrival will test its new electric bus on First Bus routes in the Autumn later this year as it looks to develop its zero-emissions fleet.
An extension to Kolkata’s metro system will connect the northern suburb of Dakshineswar to the city centre.
Sebastian Castellanos, a research lead at the New Urban Mobility alliance (NUMO) explains why it is essential to put communities at the heart of new mobility developments.