Researchers have found that, on average, women are 10 per cent more likely than men to feel unsafe on metro trains and six per cent more likely than men to feel unsafe on buses.
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In this webinar, HaCon and Siemens Mobility are going to look at the predominant factors that make MaaS valuable for both users and operators. Having built several successful platforms, its a unique opportunity to look into the success factors of MaaS.
Intelligent Transport editor Luke Antoniou is joined by Ed Schmidt, CEO EMEA at Wind Mobility, to talk all things micromobility – from safety and collaboration with cities, to sustainability and passenger experience.
From 25 March to 19 April, the BerlKönig on-demand ride service will suspend regular operations, and the service will exclusively provide free on-demand rides for medical and nursing staff during night-time hours.
For this report, the charity CoMoUK collected data from the two main national operators in Scotland, Co-wheels Car Club and Enterprise Car Club, plus three community car clubs and 1,499 individuals across Scotland.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has completed a project using big data which aims to allow it to better predict seasonal patronage of its marine transportation services.
Moovit has seen a 35 per cent increase in the number of transit updates around the world, enabling its app to provide updated transit information during a time of rapid change.
The UK government is set to consult on proposals in the summer designed to improve the lives of people with mobility or sight impairments, as well as parents with prams.
What measures are transport organisations across the globe taking in response to the impact of the recent COVID-19 outbreak? This page will be updated with the latest information.
The TSSA General Secretary has written to Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, stating that “we need a coordinated response across the public transport network on how we tackle the threat that this virus poses.”
Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria has expanded its Multi Purpose Taxi Program for disabled residents to include Uber in a trial in Geelong, with the aim to provide more accessible mobility options for those living with disabilities.
This public consultation is the latest of the BusConnects programme consultations, which aim to develop key bus corridors in Dublin, following the first round in late 2018 and early 2019.
The initiatives include projects that look to improve disabled accessibility, passenger safety and cycling priority.
Mauritius is embarking on its quest for a world-class transport system, putting initiatives and infrastructure in place to promote public transport.
In what is said to be a first in the world, the move aims to support growing challenges with congestion in the country and see a decrease in car ownership.