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Intelligent Transport's Luke Antoniou provides a summary of the stand-out insights from the 2019 Intelligent Transport Conference, featuring contribution from one of the Conference chairs, Carol Schweiger.
Total rail ridership was recorded as 182 million trips for 2019, compared to 175 million in 2018 - an increase of four per cent.
Of those surveyed, almost 20 per cent said it was legal to ride an e-scooter on public roads, 10 per cent said it was legal to ride on the pavement and 32 per cent were not able to answer or said they did not know.
The Mayor and TfL have committed to increase the number of journeys made in London by walking, cycling or public transport from 63 per cent to 80 per cent by 2041.
This initiative, which is available through the RTA Dubai smart app, is said to be based on raising customer’s satisfaction and happiness rating, which aims to increase bus ridership as a result.
Intelligent Transport’s Sam Mehmet speaks with Keolis Group’s Kara Livingston about the operator’s views and focus on the past, present and future drivers of the mobility agenda.
Under the partnership, Cubic will reportedly integrate Moovit’s MaaS APIs with Cubic’s Traveller App to include service alerts, nearby transit service lines, multimodal trip planning and real-time arrival information.
The network has expanded into seven of the 10 Greater Manchester boroughs, as well as a second city crossing with a new stop at Exchange Square and fully refurbished stops at Deansgate Castlefield and St Peter’s Square.
Nearly a third of the patients reportedly suffered head trauma - more than twice the rate of head injuries to bicyclists - and approximately a third of the e-scooter injuries were to women.
According to the National Transport Authority (NTA), the figures indicate a positive response from members of the travelling public to investment in public transport in recent years.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has indicated that the taxi fleet recorded an exponential growth from 81 to 5,201 vehicles, with the number of drivers increasing from 886 to 11,500 between 1995 and 2019.
The project is said to fall in line with O2’s focus on providing service where customers need it most, with the London Underground a notorious ‘not-spot’ for mobile signal to date.