Bruno Lapeyrie, Director of Energy Transition – Bus at Keolis Group, discusses the range of alternative power solutions that the operator has implemented on 5,000 of its buses – representing almost a quarter of its total 23,000-strong bus fleet – and highlights the importance of making this shift away from diesel-powered…
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Following a two-year wait, riders in Madrid are now able to benefit from Voi Technology’s e-scooters once again, with a fleet of 440 e-scooters set to be available to serve the Spanish capital by the end of March 2022.
Two months on from COP26 in November 2021, Osborne Clarke’s Michael Kruger and Shraiya Thapa consider whether enough of the conference's conversations translated into meaningful progress and highlight the areas where more work needs to be done as the world plans for a transition to net zero.
SHOW is the flagship pan-European initiative that is piloting autonomous vehicles (AVs) and working to define a tipping point in AV development timelines to make them a reality of tomorrow. Building upon the 13 relevant use cases identified in the former SPACE project, it is focused on concretising the formula for the…
The approval for the order of the new electric buses represents another step by De Lijn towards operating a fully zero-emission fleet by 2035.
With the European Union set to miss its target to halve road deaths by 2030, autonomous vehicles provide many of the solutions to some of road safety’s most dangerous problems. SAFE-UP, a European initiative on road safety, is working to deliver the promised potential of autonomous vehicles to keep all…
Voi Technology has pledged to become climate positive across all of its towns and cities by 2030, meaning that it will reduce more emissions than its value chain emits, without relying on carbon offsets.
Brighton & Hove and Metrobus have ordered 20 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, which are set to be delivered in June 2022, signalling the Go-Ahead Group's first order of hydrogen powered buses.
As part of its efforts to become a fully electrified mobility platform, Uber is supporting its drivers in transitioning to electric vehicles and its users in making more sustainable transport choices.
A coalition of transport stakeholders have released a joint statement calling for public transport and active mobility to be placed at the heart of the future EU Urban Mobility Framework.
Eusebiu Catana, Senior Manager, Connectivity & Automation at ERTICO, explains how urban connectivity is transforming traditional services and infrastructure for a smarter tomorrow.
The projects aim to help reboot the economy post COVID-19, build missing transport links across the continent, support sustainable transport and create jobs.
Ten other EU member counties have supported the Danish proposal to ban diesel and petrol car sales by 2040.
The MaaS Alliance has commissioned analysis to clarify the legal framework and roles in the MaaS ecosystem, specifically the roles of private actors and public transport authorities and operators.