There is optimism among many in Northern Ireland that the late-night service will offer a crucial boost to hospitality businesses throughout the region.
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The Vancouver transit operator says the busy station hasn’t been upgraded in its 36 years of existence, though it will need to be shut for a period in order to speed up the works.
Funding for green transport projects continues to flood in as a new project in Northern Ireland seeks to further its hydrogen fuel technology capability.
Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon believes the investment will help local businesses as well as contribute to a more sustainable transport solution in Northern Ireland.
Surfaces will be swabbed and tested as part of the scheme to see if the copper is effective at killing bacteria and viruses, including the coronavirus which causes Covid-19 and norovirus.
An official from the Department for Infrastructure has warned that, without further funding provided to Translink, the future of Northern Ireland's public transport is uncertain.
The announcement was made by Translink, Energia Group and Wrightbus with support from the Department for Infrastructure and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).
8,300 youth aged 25 or younger, 2,600 seniors, 2,300 New Canadians and 9,700 drivers were asked about their main priorities and values for the next 30 years of transportation and development in Metro Vancouver.
Following in the footsteps of New York and London, Queensland is set to trial a new contactless payment system which is expected to cost $371 million.
In partnership with Cummins, Intelligent Transport catches up with Chris Conway, Chief Executive at Translink, to find out how the introduction of the Glider bus rapid transit system is encouraging more people to use public transport while reducing emissions and improving punctuality.
In Vancouver, First Transit is now operating the door-to-door shared ride service for passengers with physical or cognitive disabilities.