In the final print issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the evolving landscape of Mobility‑as‑a‑Service and its transformative impact on urban transportation; how 5G and digital connectivity solutions are revolutionising the way that we manage transportation and enhance the overall…
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The new bus priority routes have resulted in better service punctuality and predictability in the city centre, and are helping operators to gather key data to support future enhancements to service.
The acquisition, which will be completed on 9 July 2023, marks the expansion of the Stagecoach portfolio of Merseytravel tendered operations across the Liverpool city region.
Stagecoach pioneers as the first UK bus and coach operator to join the United Nations Global Compact, supporting the company's sustainability journey and inspiring others to follow suit in creating a greener and more sustainable future.
The UK government's new funding for autonomous projects will enable Stagecoach to build on the work that it has done to develop self-driving bus technology, by trialling new autonomous vehicles in Cambridge and Sunderland.
Stagecoach customers are now taking advantage of the UK government's £2 fare cap, with services on the South Coast and in South Lancashire amongst those seeing the highest number of travellers.
The UK government aims to help passengers outside the capital save on bus fares, with the launch of its new fare cap scheme across more than 130 bus operators in England.
The Sustainable Mobility & Air Quality In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 4 2022 features articles from the City of Oslo and Stagecoach discussing the impact that electrification is having on the public transport industry's efforts to reduce its emissions, and how reducing congestion is key to reducing pollution and…
Building on the progress that the company has made across the UK in 2021-2022, Stagecoach's electrification plans will see it increase its electric bus fleet from 184 buses to 343 in the next 12 months.
Council interventions can help remove one billion miles of car journeys each week, says new Stagecoach report
Stagecoach's new report sets out the financial, environmental and community benefits of reduced car use and calls for co-ordinated action from government, councils and transport operators to encourage modal shift.
Stagecoach passengers across Oxford, Manchester, Yorkshire, Preston, Northampton, Mansfield, Portsmouth, Chichester, Winchester, Torquay, Folkestone and Newcastle will benefit from more sustainable buses from 2023.
South Yorkshire's tram network will be brought back into public control from 2024, in line with the region's wider ambitions to upgrade the system as part of a fully integrated public transport network.
Following the announcement of Queen Elizabeth II's death on 8 September 2022, the UK transport industry took to social media to share its memories of the 70-year Queen and to extend its condolences for the Royal Family.
In order to mark the start of Catch the Bus Month 2022, Stagecoach's latest research highlights the economic and environmental benefits of travelling by bus as opposed to the private car.
Plans are well underway to see Stagecoach make its city bus networks in Inverness and Perth all-electric from the end of 2022 and early 2023 respectively.