In an effort to improve accessibility for passengers with impaired hearing, ATM and Transdev have installed inductive magnetic loops at the remaining 34 stations across the Barcelona tram network.
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South Yorkshire's tram network will be brought back into public control from 2024, in line with the region's wider ambitions to upgrade the system as part of a fully integrated public transport network.
With the arrival of the last of the 27 new trams, Metrolink will be able to provide increased capacity on its network, attracting more people across Greater Manchester to use its public transit services.
In order to tackle the increasing number of fines on the tram network, Transdev's anti-fraud campaign aims to use reverse psychology to warn customers against the consequences of not validating their ticket for every journey.
For the first instalment of Intelligent Transport’s new and exclusive COVID-19 recovery series, Mark Evers, Chief Customer Officer of Transport for London, discusses the different innovations and services that the authority has established as part of its post-pandemic recovery, as well as why it is important for the industry to…
As part of the contract, Keolis will further strengthen the Valenciennes network's transport offer, with the launch of additional bus routes, on-demand services and new contactless ticketing solutions.
By significantly improving connectivity to the wider region, the new extension will support local businesses, as well as provide visitors to the 2022 Commonwealth Games with a convenient and frequent transit service.
As part of its Universal Accessibility Development Plan, RTC Quebec will be making five more of its routes accessible by August 2022, with over 60 new accessible stops to be deployed in the future.
With this new contract, Keolis now operates 27 tram networks worldwide, reinforcing its position as one of the world's most significant tram operators.
Blackpool Transport’s new ticketing system will provide residents and visitors to the town with a flexible payment option, allowing them to pay fares using contactless bank cards, cash and electronic tickets.
In addition to facilitating new payment options, the new and improved ORCA fare system will deliver real-time account management and enable the future use of smartphones to pay fares.
The Valley Metro Streetcar will keep riders connected to the regional transit network, while providing Tempe residents with a fast, convenient and sustainable transport option to travel the city.
As the first Oyster-style contactless payment system in England outside of London, Nottingham’s new multi-operator Tap & Go option is available for users of Nottingham City Transport, Nottingham Express Trams and Linkbuses.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority served approximately 461 million riders in 2021, representing a 115 million rider increase compared to 2020.
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.