The Long Island Rail Road will test battery-powered trains on a shot branch of its network, with a view to rolling the technology out more widely if it is successful.
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Hong Kong’s Octopus transit card is set to be rolled out across mainland China, offering users the means to pay for travel with one card in hundreds of cities.
The Northgate Link will connect northern neighbourhoods of Seattle with the city centre, after testing on the route began earlier this year.
TfL is urging passengers to cooperate with the social distancing measures put in place as London’s shops and businesses begin to open up again.
LA Metro has approved contracts for two significant rail projects in the city, as it looks to relieve congestion on the much maligned I-405 freeway which bypasses the city.
The Government of Queensland is celebrating the success of its smart ticketing trial, which has enabled Gold Coast commuters to pay for trips using their bank cards and smart watches.
Statistics from Transport Scotland have revealed a decline in the number of journeys being made on some modes even before the pandemic hit.
Nomad Digital’s Sam Taylor explains the features and benefits of the company’s new ‘Engage Portal’ in regards to passenger experience, accessibility and entertainment.
The major light rail project has taken a step closer to reality after a decision by the FTA opened the door to federal funding.
The South Wales Metro project will provide more frequent and reliable services in the region, and allow passengers to travel using just one ticketing system when it is finished.
New tram lines could soon be built in Edinburgh while an overhaul of Glasgow’s transport network is on the cards with light rail, metro, and bus rapid transit systems all slated for development.
New stations are coming to Moscow Central Diameters, as the city looks to better connect more of its regions. Meanwhile, the city’s Troika card system is being rolled into yet another region.
Transport numbers in Sydney are significantly down on this period last year, with commuters working from home instead of boarding buses and ferries.
Greater Manchester could soon see a big boost in funding as proposals including new rail stations and new bus routes are considered by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority.