The Active Travel Challenge will help people across Northern Ireland to create new habits for a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle, by encouraging them to walk, cycle and take public transit instead of their cars.
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The Transport 2050: 10-Year Priorities plan identifies Metro Vancouver’s top priorities, including the need to address climate change, housing affordability and traffic congestion by increasing and improving transit services.
The Ticketing & Payments In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 1 2022 features articles discussing how new and improved ticketing and payments systems - particularly contactless Pay As You Go and Account-Based Ticketing systems - are making the public transport journey simpler and more affordable for passengers.
The Gold Coast Smart Shuttle Trial will see an autonomous shuttle follow a fixed 2.4km route around Main Beach to test how autonomous technology can be safely integrated into busier live traffic environments.
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, the first for 2022, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the importance of improving gender diversity within the public transport industry's workforce; how new and improved ticketing systems are making travel easier and more affordable; and why the…
As part of its commitment to operate sustainable transport services, TransLink has released a new Climate Action Strategy with ambitious goals for the company, including a fully zero-emission bus fleet by 2040.
There is optimism among many in Northern Ireland that the late-night service will offer a crucial boost to hospitality businesses throughout the region.
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.