The UK government has granted Transport for London an additional emergency funding settlement extension as discussions regarding a longer term agreement continue.
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Alisyn Malek, Executive Director at the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility, stresses the urgent need to adopt alternative modes of mobility to the private car in order to support the fight against emissions and congestion, and details the role that micro-mobility will play in delivering the effective and efficient multimodal transport…
The Hearing Enhanced Audio Relay (HEAR) application aims to improve the journeys of passengers with hearing loss by providing them with personalised journey announcements in both audible and readable formats.
As London’s e-scooter trial hits its first anniversary, and in light of its recent extension, TIER Mobility's Georgia Yexley, General Manager UK & Ireland, reflects on the lessons learnt over the course of the past year and considers what will come next for micro-mobility in the UK.
The extension of the e-scooter trial will allow TfL and London Councils to continue testing the vehicles safely, as well as assess how micro-mobility could make a positive contribution to a sustainable transport network.
As part of the £2 billion funding for active travel announced by the Prime Minister in 2020, 134 schemes that are working to improve cycling and walking infrastructure across England have been awarded a share of £200 million in DfT funding.
The new Leicester Buses Partnership will focus on key transport development projects, in order to combat congestion, offer affordable fares and provide better facilities for bus travellers in the city.
Carol Schweiger, Intelligent Transport Advisory Board Member and President of Schweiger Consulting LLC, shares her thoughts on what the future looks like for technology-enabled mobility, and has identified five key strategies that will become significant in this field throughout the remainder of 2022 - with a particular focus on developments…
As part of the UK government’s Transport Research and Innovation Grant programme, 51 projects that are working to create a more efficient transport system have been awarded a share of £1.95 million in Department for Transport funding.
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.
Go-Ahead customers in Cornwall can now benefit from up to 40 per cent reduced bus fares for a four-year period, as the government-backed pilot measures the significance of lower fares in stimulating bus usage across the county.
Nearly two-thirds of England’s population outside of London will benefit from the UK government's latest investment, which aims to make bus services more frequent, affordable and sustainable.
The Zero Emission Buses Regional Area scheme has awarded 12 local transport authorities with a portion of £198.3 million to purchase zero-emission buses, which will equate to 943 alternative power buses being rolled-out on England's roads.
Sean Collins, CEO and Co-Founder of Uber Boat by Thames Clippers, provides Intelligent Transport with exclusive insight into the UK’s first ever hybrid high-speed passenger ferries, which will utilise a HVO biofuel hybrid system to offer commuters and leisure passengers in London with an environmentally friendly way of travelling around…
On International Women's Day 2022, experts from WMCA and TfWM have published 13 key recommendations to make the UK transport network safer for women and girls.