The Connected & Autonomous Mobility In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2022 features articles from RATP Dev and POLIS Network discussing the progress that has been made by the public transport industry thus far in the field of intelligent vehicles and what comes next as technology, the industry and…
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Under the five-year contract, RATP Dev USA will support the Greensboro Transit Agency to further optimise its transit offering in order to grow the agency's ridership.
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the importance of ensuring an optimum payment experience for public transport users; how MaaS will bring systematic change to mobility; and why the passenger must be prioritised in all decision-making.
With 75 vehicles running 11 bus routes, the new STAR’T public transit network covers the whole municipality and brings together what were previously six independently managed networks.
Autonomous vehicles are currently one of the most disruptive forms of new mobility, but the technology is undoubtably here to stay. For Intelligent Transport, James Dick, Project Lead for Autonomous Vehicles at RATP Dev, highlights the benefits of autonomous mobility and provides exclusive insight into the work that RATP is…
Representing the first ever battery-electric automated bus procurement, the Automated Bus Consortium has announced the release of a Request for Proposals to procure 70 full-size Level 4 automated buses.
As part of its commitment to develop convenient and sustainable public transport options, the Royal Commission for AlUla’s smart pod pilot scheme will provide passengers with a quick and easy link to Al-Ula’s Old Town.
Under the six-year contract, RATP Group will be responsible for the operation of the Plateau de Saclay public transportation network - including 44 regular and two demand-responsive bus lines.
The first section of Qatar's new Lusail tramway, the Orange Line, has been opened to the public, marking the beginning of making the entire tram network operational in early 2022.
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.
With transport budgets expected to be slashed next year, RATP Dev's Mehdi Sinaceur is imploring transport operators and authorities to continue their progress towards greener and cleaner mobility solutions.