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.
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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.
As the future of Transport for London's longer term funding settlement remains uncertain, Sadiq Khan has announced a RPI+1 increase for London fares as part of efforts to ensure that TfL can reach financial sustainability by April 2023.
By introducing a contactless payment system across the Ginko network, the City of Besançon hopes to make fare payments simpler and boarding faster for public transport users.
As the tram service continues to recover passenger numbers following the impact of the pandemic, Transdev’s light rail service in Barcelona recorded a 27.36 per cent journey increase in 2021 compared to 2020.
The first section of Qatar's new Lusail tramway, the Orange Line, has been opened to the public, marking the beginning of making the entire tram network operational in early 2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the need for good air quality within transport hubs around the world, whether that’s an underground station or a bus stop. How can the sector ensure that travellers are safe and that the air that they breathe is of a high quality? Pau Pallàs Zenke,…
In partnership with Vortex, in this article, West Midlands 5G's Chris Holmes explores the role of 5G connectivity in building passenger confidence post-pandemic.
“It’s my job to get what they’ve been promised”: An interview with the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin to discuss whether the region’s public transport network is fit for purpose and to outline what needs to be done to 'level up' the network.
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.
Clément Michel – Keolis Group Director, Human Resources and Transformation, speaks to Intelligent Transport's Josh Minchin, about Keolis' response to the pandemic and future plans for the group as travel resumes.