Approximately 25 million journeys in and around London are allegedly made using contactless every week, with one in five using a mobile device, and the new feature aims to reduce congestion at payment barriers.
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A total of 94 projects in 42 states and the District of Columbia will receive funding from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA)’s Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program.
The five-year contract is worth in excess of €800 million and includes the delivery of services for 218 routes nationwide.
Speaking to Intelligent Transport at 2019's Intelligent Transport Conference, Ashley Murdoch, CEO at Corethree, explains how collaboration fosters the spirit of innovation in public transport, how mobile proved itself as the ticket of choice for consumers, and what comes next in connecting people with places.
Bus Users is calling on the new government to ensure the future sustainability of bus services ahead of the General Election.
ComfortDelGro Bus will be rolling out Volvo buses in Singapore equipped with automatic brake features that come to a stop if the bus 'senses' a collision is about to take place.
The Arriva Watford contract will last four years, with the option of a two-year extension. The service aims to reduce the need for private car ownership and provide a more environmentally friendly way to travel.
The trial, which took place in the Keolis bus depot in Gothenburg, Sweden, aimed to provide evidence that autonomous transport can be used in industry-specific cases.
Swvl, which operates buses along fixed routes and allows customers to reserve and pay for them using its app, began operations in Egypt in 2017.
Volvo Buses has received the largest European single order for e-buses and will deliver the 157 buses to Transdev in 2020 which will operate on a number of routes in Gothenburg.
A first for bus passengers in the UK, trials of ITSO Transit Hub’s mobile ticketing technology are currently underway with First Bus Glasgow rolling out the technology across its network.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport in South Korea has said it will begin testing autonomous buses in South Korea's administrative hub of Sejong - or 'Sejong Special Autonomous City' - in late 2019.