With the subway, Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road surpassing pandemic-era records set over the past several weeks in May 2022, New York City is well on track with its post-pandemic recovery.
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The final stages of work at Bank station will be completed by the end of 2022, with work continuing on step-free access to the Northern line, a new station entrance and two new moving walkways.
In line with the city’s post-pandemic recovery efforts, Liverpool City Region reports significant growth in public transport usage, with passenger numbers now nearing those seen before the first national lockdown in March 2020.
Once the acquisition is complete, VR Group will become a significant transport operator in Sweden, providing service to over 170 million of Arriva Sverige’s passengers per year and gaining over 3,000 new employees.
With a combination of digital and station signage, social media posts and web updates, Metrolinx and OPTA will promote transit accessibility to encourage customers across Ontario to consider the needs of those with mobility constraints.
According to Govia Thameslink Railway’s latest survey, smart ticketing is the future of the railway, with over 50 per cent of consumers saying that they would travel by train using smart tickets after becoming more familiar with them.
On International Women's Day 2022, experts from WMCA and TfWM have published 13 key recommendations to make the UK transport network safer for women and girls.
As part of its efforts to make its fares more affordable for people who need it most, Metrolinx has announced new changes to its public transport fares and a new affordability programme.
The Mayor of Moscow and Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport have outlined their intentions to increase the development of autonomous mobility in the Russian capital city, including driverless trams and autonomous taxis.
Following the last of the major COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in the UK, TfL has reported that Tube and bus ridership is now regularly around 60 per cent and 50 per cent, respectively, of pre-pandemic levels.
In order to improve convenience for customers, a pilot scheme from Transport for Wales will see rail tickets be available for purchase in convenience stores at 90 different locations within the South Wales Metro area.
Metrolinx will attempt to mitigate temporary labour shortages due to rising levels of staff absenteeism as a result of the new COVID-19 variant with reduced schedules and a 'work from home' mandate for its office staff.
The new app will enable Transport for Wales customers to access up-to-date travel information and buy tickets quickly and easily.
Ahead of its planned opening in the first half of 2022, TfL has begun the final phase of the Elizabeth line's testing programme to ensure the safety and reliability of the railway for public use.