The UK government allocates £5.3 million for ground-breaking rail projects, enhancing accessibility with AI-powered live announcements for passengers with hearing impairments and innovative QR code technology.
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With enhanced reliability, increased height and improved durability, CTA's new and advanced ADA-compliant faregates will improve accessibility and security across its rail system by early 2024.
For the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive ‘The people behind the wheel’ series, David Gornall, Commercial Director at Govia Thameslink Railway, discusses his role, experiences and the dynamic challenges of leading the revenue function in the UK's largest train operating company, emphasising the importance of innovation, adaptability and a…
The UK Transport Secretary, Mark Harper, has confirmed that proposals to close rail ticket offices will be withdrawn following the feedback collected through public consultations.
As Breeze user numbers continue to grow, Solent Transport is responding by continually adding new services and features to make the app even better.
Auckland's Public Transport Growth Programme is designed to make public transportation faster, more reliable and attractive while addressing disruptions, modernising fares and enhancing the overall customer experience.
A month after Transport Innovation Summit 2023, Intelligent Transport's Halimah Haque shares her key takeaways from the event and reflects on its collaborative success, emphasising its value in fostering knowledge sharing and industry connections to shape the future of public transport.
The Keolis-SNCF Voyageurs consortium has been awarded the first section of the rail network to be put out to tender by Île-de-France Mobilités.
Deutsche Bahn AG has signed an agreement to sell Arriva Group, as part of its strategic focus on rail transport growth and core business development.
How AI and machine learning enhances the safety, efficiency and passenger comfort of public transport
Nomad Digital's Head of Product Management, John Wright, and Product Manager, Jan Haegeman, share how the company is continuously innovating and collaborating with industry, utilising the latest artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to improve not only operational efficiencies within public transport, but also the passenger experience of travellers.
Following the confirmation that Phase 2 of HS2 will no longer move ahead, the UK government has outlined its plans for a revolution in England’s transport infrastructure that will be delivered with the redirected HS2 funding.
Following the UK Prime Minister confirming that Phase 2 of HS2 will be cancelled, the UK rail industry has voiced its disappointment.
STM and its metropolitan partners are setting a new standard in accessibility with their new inclusive mobility plan, empowering individuals with functional limitations to navigate public transportation independently.
With the introduction of the UK government's MaaS code of practice, commuters across the country can expect more streamlined journeys that are not only cost-effective but also prioritise accessibility and safety for everyone.
The launch of Tap and Pay is all part of a network-wide ticketing upgrade that is designed to make public transport simpler, safer and easier to use across the city of Adelaide.