Project Manager, Californian Integrated Travel Project (on behalf of CalSTA)
Intelligent Transport Conference 2019 will this year take place at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London on 5 – 6 November 2019.
With representatives from high profile companies already confirmed, attendees will have the opportunity to network and learn about the latest breakthroughs, innovations, challenges and solutions affecting the international public transport industry today.
Head of Section Project Manager, City of Copenhagen Centre for Urban Development
Head Strategic Planning & Business Change, Translink
Division Head - Tramway Operation, Wiener Linien
CIO, The Go-Ahead Group
Head of Mobility Service, ATM Barcelona
Transport for the North has announced suppliers who will supply ‘smart tools’ that aim to deliver ‘London-style’ contactless capped payments on multi-mode, multi-operators across the North of England.
The Square Mile of the City of London now has access to electric shared bikes which is hoped to reduce dependency on cars and create a modal shift to bikes.
Despite delay, eight electric trains have been brought into service on the London Overground; the walk-through, air-conditioned trains with USB points and real-time information screens will increase capacity.
Researchers have shown that a fleet of driverless cars working together to keep traffic moving can improve overall traffic flow by at least 35 per cent.
New partnership between RATP Group and Airbus will study how the integration of flying vehicles in urban transport would or could be viable.
The National League of Cities (NLC) has released a guide to adopting micromobility in cities across the U.S., issuing advice to local leaders looking to implement shared bikes and scooters.