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.
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Adult pay-as-you-go Tube and rail customers will now benefit from weekly capping on Oyster cards, giving them the best possible fares for all of their journeys made between Monday and Sunday.
As one of Europe’s leading public transport operators, Arriva Group has seen first-hand how the pandemic has influenced new trends and travel behaviours for users of public transport. To get closer to this, and to understand the opportunities for the sector, Arriva has conducted passenger research in six of its…
By expanding GO train services to London, Ontario, passengers will have better access to a safe and reliable transportation network.
As of 7 September 2021, passengers travelling with bikes on the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad will no longer require a bike permit to travel.
The virtual 'Troika' card will enable passengers to pay for public transport across Moscow - including the metro, buses, trams and trains - with their smartphones, rather than by card.
Brussel’s new Brupass unites four different transport operators under one single ticket in a bid to make travelling in the Belgian capital much simpler.
The deals are said to mark the continuation of Transdev's development in Europe, both in traditional transportation modes (buses, trains) and in those designed to support the continuation of the European Green Deal (electric and hydrogen buses).
Kjell-Erik B. Eilertsen, Senior Principle Engineer at the Norwegian Railway Directorate, spoke to Intelligent Transport about the complexities that come with satisfying the different needs, requirements and approaches of different actors at regional, governmental and European levels when it comes to Norway’s ticketing.
The functionality - in New York and the San Francisco Bay Area - allows riders to connect their Uber journey with their train journey in real-time, which aims to reduce train wait times and alleviate passenger stress.
Stopping services between London Paddington and Reading are now operated by TfL Rail, which is said to be the next step in the delivery of the Elizabeth line.
The Trackside Radio Networks solution provides passengers a seamless, high speed WiFi connection throughout their journey, including when travelling through tunnels or under bridges.
It is estimated that there are 11 million people who are deaf or have a hearing loss in the UK, many of whom use public transport in London.