Konstantin Trofimenko from the Institute of Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies, part of Moscow’s Higher School of Economics, offers a vision of cities in which all urban transport processes are connected, transparent and digital, and also details the hurdles that have so far prevented such a vision from being…
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Angelo Rao P.E., Manager of Traffic Operations and Parking Services at the Public Works Department of the City of Lakeland, describes how the Florida city has become a “big little town” thanks in no small part to a decade of technological advancement in its transport network.
Bird’s Director of Safety Policy & Advocacy, Paul Steely White, tells Intelligent Transport’s Sam Mehmet how the micromobility service operator is advocating to influence rider behaviour as a way to replace as many car trips as possible, as safely as possible.
Claire Clarke, Deputy Women Transport Workers and Gender Equality Officer from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), explains how women continue to face gender segregation in the public transport sector and what the sector can do to rectify the situation.
Tonya Anderson and Paul DesRocher from RTD Denver detail the steps the agency has taken to modernise the ways in which riders access services, including how a collaboration with Uber has given customers more ways than ever to plan and pay for trips.
Dominik Elsmann, Head of Department for Cross-border Public Transport at Aachener Verkehrsverbund (AVV) GmbH – the transport authority for the Aachen City region and the Düren and Heinsberg districts in Germany – gives an update on how AVV is progressing in developing an efficient cross-border ticketing system, and how this…
The world is living through unprecedented times. As we all face the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, those working in the public transport sector are continuing to advocate for this vital and crucial service – UITP is helping to lead that charge.
The latest supplement from Intelligent Transport on how to make transport networks within cities smarter assesses methods for building connected urban environments, and the impact that smart technologies are having on traffic management and people flow across our cities.
Intelligent Transport’s latest In-Depth Focus on Mobility-as-a-Service examines some of the various elements of the concept, from ticketing and new mobility services to the importance of private-public partnerships and looking beyond urban and into the potential of cross border systems.
Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2020 is influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, with authors taking the opportunity to either write entirely about the crisis, or provide sharp commentary on it as part of articles on other matters. From mobility services and public transport to connected and autonomous vehicles, this issue lays…