Midlands leaders are calling for £20 million in Government funding for a region-wide smart ticketing platform.
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The British Government has allocated a further £256 million to support bus and tram services in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Larger trams to increase capacity have been introduced onto the Luas Finglas network in Dublin and a public consultation has been launched to gather views on new proposed routes.
The emergency measures will be in place from July to the end of September and will support services throughout this period.
For a long time in public transport, it was enough to have experienced staff who knew their business and their customers’ needs, but today there are considerably more elements to consider. Thomas Kritzer, Head of Tramway Operations Division at Wiener Linien, explores how refined data analysis can lead to a…
Contactless around Manchester has been warmly welcomed to the transport network, but now TfGM must make sure passengers touch-out to ensure they are charged the correct amount.
The Mayor has set out his plan for a London-style integrated transport system for Greater Manchester and calls on central government to once and for all close the North-South divide.
An investment of $2.2 billion has seen public transport in Auckland transformed. Consequently, more people than ever are using the services around the city.
Arttu Kuukankorpi, Director of Traffic Operation at HKL, provides Intelligent Transport's Tara Nolan with insight into Helsinki’s current transport landscape and the decision behind implementing a DAS.
With a growing middle-class, Mumbai is experiencing a road network which is bulging at the seams, as private car hire increases by 28 per cent in two years.
Free2Move's Scott Shepard tells Intelligent Transport Editor Luke Antoniou why new mobility service providers need to take a 'city first' approach to solving transport issues, or risk becoming part of an even larger problem.
The launch of Newcastle's new tram service is the latest stage in Keolis Downer's efforts to provide the city with an integrated, multimodal transport service.
The top three leading countries that have declared the development of autonomous trams are Germany, Russia and China.
Plans for further extension of Manchester’s transport network could result in more tram-train services and a greater local control of transport.