According to Urban Transport Group's new report, metropolitan transport authorities have an integral role to play in responding to the global climate crisis by reducing emissions from, and increasing resilience of, transport systems.
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The new Statistics Brief is based on a full report, offering a glimpse at the changing times and how metros are developing worldwide.
As part of its ongoing commitment to making public transport safer, UITP is joining forces with the EU Safe Bus project, along with four other consortium partners.
In the final 2021 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts discussing: the future of autonomous mobility; how alternative power is supporting the decarbonisation of public transport; why delivering a seamless and enjoyable passenger experience is key to recovering passenger ridership post-pandemic; and much more.
Tamara Eelsing, Diversity and Inclusion Manager at STIB, the public transport operator in Brussels, Belgium explains how the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group she heads at UITP, is proud to be doing its part on challenging the gender imbalance in leadership.
UITP has elected its newest President after the General Assembly voted for Khalid Alhogail to take up the role for the next two years, following his tenure as UITP Vice President.
Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou assesses the state of play in e-mobility and beyond, focusing on the vehicles, infrastructure and policy that will deliver a greener future.
Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou sat down with Esther Bravo, Shift2Rail’s Programme Manager, and UITP’s Daria Kuzmina, who is leading the Shift2MaaS project , to discuss the work they’re doing to make journeying through Europe a breeze for travellers.
Three transport organisations have laid out what they see as the base principle for European authorities looking to advance their transport services in the future.
Jaspal Singh, Senior Expert – IT and Development at UITP, explains how mobile ticketing technologies are advancing and what comes next in their evolution.
The famously decorative system in the Russian capital has led an initiative to develop national standards for all nine metro systems in the country.
Supported by UITP and EIT Urban Mobility, the application project aims to measure and manage density on public transport through in-app passenger questionnaires and challenges.
The UITP and Arthur D. Little study engaged with transport authorities, mass transit operators, mobility solutions providers and professional bodies to map out how the future of mobility might evolve in the medium- and long-term.