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.
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Today, Polis kicked off its 2018 Conference ‘Innovation in Transport for Sustainable Cities and Regions’ with a record number of 550 participants.
Ahead of 2018's Intelligent Transport Conference on 1-2 November, we spoke to a few of the Conference's chairs, panellists and speakers regarding what they're most looking forward to about this year's event.
Ahead of 2018's Intelligent Transport Conference on 1-2 November, we asked Ivo Cré what he's most looking forward to about this year's event.
With so many hopes and expectations weighing on the future potential of MaaS, Suzanne Hoadley, Senior Manager at Polis, explains what MaaS really encompasses, what kind of modal shift should be initiated, and how authorities and operators are already working together.
Touted as the future of multimodal public transport on a global scale, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) has taken the imaginations of transport authorities and operators by storm. MaaS aims to change the way people travel, and how they pay for that service, encouraging a reduction in single-user vehicles...
As digitalisation continues its domination of the industry, Ivo Cré, Deputy Director of Polis, tells Intelligent Transport what it’ll take for the smart cities of tomorrow to eventually become a reality.
You may well be questioning why there is an article about C-ITS (cooperative ITS) in Intelligent Transport, a quintessential public transport publication. After all, isn’t C-ITS a technology invented by car manufacturers to make journeys smoother for car drivers? This is often the reaction that Suzanne Hoadley, Senior Manager at…
In this Smart Cities supplement: Shaping smart cities by Ivo Cré; The symbiotic ecosystem of smart mobility and smart cities by Marko Forsblom; Traffic planning in Malmö supports a sustainable and smart city by Milan Obradovic; Innovative times for public transport by Ian Hall
16 December 2013 | By Ivo Cre, Senior Project Manager, Polis and TIDE Coordinator, Tamas Matrai, Project Manager, BKK Centre for Budapest Transport and Marcin Wolek, TIDE Public Transport Activities Leader, University of Gdansk
The Transport Innovation Deployment for Europe project – also known as TIDE1 – looks at 15 innovative measures that can change European cities. Innovation is not only technological: smart policies and institutional reform can create the perfect environment for urban transport improvements. Public transport organisation is one of the areas…
11 November 2013 | By Gabriela Barrera, Finance & Project Manager, Polis and Frank van der Hoeven Director of Research and Associate, Professor of Urban Design, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft
Interchanges play a key role in the integration of the urban mobility system and in enabling good intermodal solutions. Their efficiency is therefore essential to achieve sustainable transport objectives in Europe. The European co-funded project NODES1-4 (New Tools for Design and Operation of Urban Transport Interchanges) will develop a toolbox…
3 July 2013 | By Dagmar Röller, Communications Manager, Polis
Who knows better about the quality of buses, trams and metros than its users? Within the ENERQI project – co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme of the European Commission – a methodology has been developed allowing operators to listen to their customers and to improve the quality of public…
22 June 2011 | By Ivo Cré, Project Manager, Polis
The number of cities in Europe that are implementing urban road user charging schemes is growing very modestly. The EU is planning the preparation of the policy framework for urban road user charging. At the same time, a new debate emerges in Brussels, and in EU member states: what is…