Delegates at the Intelligent Transport Conference 2019 took part in five roundtable discussions on a variety of themes, from the transport workforce to making MaaS work – here are the key discussion points from each one.
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Germany is to provide €1 billion to support green urban mobility infrastructure and implement sustainable mobility solutions in India.
Approximately 100 drivers will undergo training over the next few years in preparation for the planned pilot deployment of autonomous buses in Punggol, Tengah and the Jurong Innovation District in early 2020.
Driver training is of paramount importance to transport operators, but in an industry with very little downtime, how can they do this efficiently while ensuring that everyone gets the most out of the experience? Thomas Kritzer and Ralph Fromwald at Wiener Linien explain how technological advances are changing the way training…
Diesel fumes can contain up to 10 times the amount of soot particles found in petrol exhaust fumes, and can cause cancer.
In the recent book, Invisible Women: Exposing Data Basis in a World Designed for Men (2019), many examples are presented of how we have built a transport system with gender bias.
Numerous initiatives and employee benefits have been introduced by RTA Dubai in the hope to encouraging a positive working environment for bus drivers.
Transport for Ireland has launched an anti-racism campaign in a bid to challenge behaviours which will not be tolerated on public transport.
In a bid to provide sustainable transportation to the people of Songjiang, Keolis is expanding its light rail operations.
RTA Dubai has become the first government body in the Middle East to use VR technology in driver training and rehabilitation in bid to improve the passenger experience.
As patronage on public transport continues to grow, so too do incidents of anti-social behaviour and violence towards transport staff but now Australian public transport operators are taking a stand.
The Go-Ahead Group has launched a campaign to encourage more women to apply for jobs in the bus industry – including driving buses, maintaining vehicles and managing depots.
June was a month packed full of activity for Women in Transport, kicking off the month with the joint APPG Summer Reception, holding its quarterly board meeting, Anna Delvecchio made history, they challenged themselves at the Big Transport and Logistics Challenge and ended the month with a celebration of International…