In line the 2021-2023 Strategic Plan of the Dubai Taxi Corporation, the Roads and Transport Authority has signed a contract to add 2,219 new vehicles to the Dubai Taxi fleet, including 1,775 hybrid vehicles.
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Chris Heaton-Harris MP, the Minister of State for the Department for Transport, outlines some of the measures that the UK government is taking to ensure that the country’s transport network can be used by all.
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.
Private-hire company Addison Lee has joined Uber and Bolt in offering discounted rides for Londoners travelling to one of the major vaccination hubs in the capital as the UK races to immunise as many vulnerable people as possible.
Despite suffering an extremely tough 2020, taxi and car-share operators in the Russian capital will still be able to purchase new vehicles thanks to subsidies paid out by the Moscow government.
Uber's Advanced Technologies Group (ATG) has been sold to Aurora, but Uber will retain a stake in the business.
Customers looking to book a ride with Addison Lee will be able to input their location's what3words sequence in a bid to improve accuracy when it comes to rides and deliveries.
Cash is still king in many Mexican and South American cities, so Uber has teamed up with AU10TIX to offer drivers an identity verification service to improve trust.
Maksim S. Likustov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport, details the Russian capital's plan for widespread mobility integration, and introduces us to some of the industry players whose work will make it happen.
The two transport firms have teamed up in a bid to launch an all-in-one transit service for passengers with accessibility needs, starting with a pilot in Arlington and the University of Texas.
Transport accounts for 17 per cent of carbon emissions in Wales - the Government there has formulated a strategy to try and bring this down, which involves nine different plans for sectors across the network.
The new service will include nearly 150 virtual bus stops within certain districts of the city, which the smartphone app will guide passengers to once they have booked their ride.
The ride-share giant has launched its new service in 21 of the largest cities in the US, which will enable users to book a ride with a specific driver weeks in advance.