The UK government allocates £5.3 million for ground-breaking rail projects, enhancing accessibility with AI-powered live announcements for passengers with hearing impairments and innovative QR code technology.
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Updates to government guidance underline that councils must take action against taxi, minicab and private hire vehicle drivers who discriminate against people with disabilities.
The new Senior and 19-25 SaverCards will deliver simple, cheaper fares as part of Hertfordshire’s Bus Service Improvement Plan.
In line with the UK government's 2035 zero-emission vehicle commitment, the £2 million Transport Decarbonisation Demonstrators programme invites businesses to pioneer emission-reducing transport solutions.
The UK Transport Secretary, Mark Harper, has confirmed that proposals to close rail ticket offices will be withdrawn following the feedback collected through public consultations.
As Breeze user numbers continue to grow, Solent Transport is responding by continually adding new services and features to make the app even better.
The UK government's £150 million funding boost for bus services in the Midlands and North of England is a key element of the Network North Plan, which aims to enhance accessibility and affordability by re-purposing HS2 funding.
A month after Transport Innovation Summit 2023, Intelligent Transport's Halimah Haque shares her key takeaways from the event and reflects on its collaborative success, emphasising its value in fostering knowledge sharing and industry connections to shape the future of public transport.
The feasibility study will consider all aspects of the transport technology required in order to provide a safe and reliable automated public transport service in Solihull.
The UK government's 'Get Around for £2' initiative has significantly reduced bus fares in England, particularly benefiting rural areas, with an impressive 7.4% drop in prices.
Through the ZEBRA 2 scheme, up to £129 million has been made available to help local transport authorities to introduce zero-emission buses, with the first £25 million prioritised for rural communities.
With the introduction of the UK government's MaaS code of practice, commuters across the country can expect more streamlined journeys that are not only cost-effective but also prioritise accessibility and safety for everyone.
In this latest episode of the Intelligent Transport Podcast, Editorial Assistant Halimah Haque sits down with Alex Berwin, Head of Policy at Forest (previously known as HumanForest), to discuss the intricate landscape of sustainable transportation policies, shedding light on the company's innovative strategies, the challenges it encounters and its mission…
By shifting to solar power, the Park and Ride site becomes a key part of Leeds City Council’s strategy to hit carbon zero by 2030 and reduce congestion and pollution in the city centre.
Sacha Manson-Smith, Chief Technology Officer at Beryl, provides insight into the ground-breaking potential of the company’s Social Digital Twin project and its transformative impact on sustainable urban mobility.