Solent Transport’s Steve Longman and Chris Hillcoat discuss the work that has been undertaken to develop the UK’s first multi-city Mobility-as-a-Service platform in the Solent region – which includes Portsmouth, Southampton, South Hampshire and the Isle of Wight – and highlight the range of benefits that MaaS can bring to…
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Sean Collins, CEO and Co-Founder of Uber Boat by Thames Clippers, provides Intelligent Transport with exclusive insight into the UK’s first ever hybrid high-speed passenger ferries, which will utilise a HVO biofuel hybrid system to offer commuters and leisure passengers in London with an environmentally friendly way of travelling around…
The federal funding will allow New Orleans RTA to replace the Algiers Point landing barge, supporting its efforts to improve equitable transit options throughout the city.
Arriva has launched it’s first MaaS solution in the form of a multimodal travel app, with accessibility features including step-free route planning very much at the centre of its development.
Ferry services to resume as MTA Metro-North announces further updates to its schedule as New York’s transit network looks to continue its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ridesharing giant Uber has partnered up with New York’s Fire Island Ferries to enable passengers to buy ferry tickets within the Uber app.
Finland is embracing tap-to-pay on transport in two of its biggest cities as contactless payments in Nordic countries continue to thrive.
Uber Boat by Thames Clippers will run the new service to ferry passengers across the river Thames while Hammersmith Bridge is closed for repair work.
Sydney’s residents will now be able to pay for Uber trips with the same Opal card they use to pay for the city’s trains, buses, and ferries.
New electric ferry could revolutionise the transport industry according to its maker, as it looks to launch its passenger ship next year.
Statistics from Transport Scotland have revealed a decline in the number of journeys being made on some modes even before the pandemic hit.
Transport numbers in Sydney are significantly down on this period last year, with commuters working from home instead of boarding buses and ferries.
The statistics might make for worrying reading for operators hoping for a swift return to pre-pandemic levels one vaccines are rolled out.