Joanne Phoenix, Manager of Planning and Administrative Services at Oakville Transit, discusses the future of sustainable transit initiatives in Oakville, including the electrification of its bus fleet and the implementation of innovative technologies to enhance service delivery for customers.
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In order to enhance convenience and streamline journeys, the Ontario government has introduced credit and debit card usage on the Toronto Transit Commission and other local transit services.
The Sustainable Transport In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2023 features articles from Oakville Transit and Madrid City Council discussing the future of sustainable transit initiatives in Oakville and the Spanish capital’s Madrid 360 Sustainable Mobility Plan.
In Issue 2 2023 of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: forming prosperous communities through improved transport equity; revolutionising transport and empowering operators with smart ticketing; marketing MaaS to improve awareness and increase adoption; and plenty more.
Oakville celebrates the arrival of its first batch of zero-emission battery electric buses, marking a significant step towards its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and implement sustainable initiatives in public transit.
In just over a month, 100,000 people have made contactless payments through the new fare payment system when using GO Transit, Brampton Transit, MiWay and Oakville Transit services.
As part of its efforts to make its fares more affordable for people who need it most, Metrolinx has announced new changes to its public transport fares and a new affordability programme.