Kinetic expands government-contracted bus services in Perth, Western Australia, integrating school operations and emphasising its commitment to safe, sustainable transportation.
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Auckland Transport's strategic adoption of electric ferries marks a significant milestone in the city's commitment to sustainable transportation, heralding a new era of eco-friendly mobility on its water routes.
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In line with its commitment to halve emissions in the country by 2030, Transdev New Zealand has expanded its green transport fleet with three new fully electric buses, operating on its Howick and Eastern services across Auckland.
Faced with a seemingly intractable shortage of bus drivers, the regional council - in partnership with its public transport authority and operators - in Greater Wellington, New Zealand, has broken new ground to incentivise careers behind the wheel, writes Greater Wellington's Transport Committee Chair, Councillor Thomas Nash.
The project is designed to expand rapid public transit, cycling and walking, as well as ease pressure on traffic congestion in the area.
Auckland Transport will deploy two ‘extra-large’ electric buses into Auckland next year in a bid to develop the Low Emissions Bus Roadmap and have a full low emissions bus service by 2040.
City Rail Link Ltd continues commitment to transform public transport in Auckland with the signing of a contract with the Link Alliance to build the main stations and tunnels programme of work for the City Rail Link (CRL).
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.