In order to promote industry-wide collaboration and knowledge sharing, UITP has introduced its Shared Mobility Division, offering professionals from the shared mobility sector a dedicated platform for co-operation and innovation.
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UITP India and ICCT's four-year project aims to accelerate Bengaluru's shift to cleaner bus fleets through an MoU with BMTC, addressing route planning and charging challenges while presenting a strategy for a zero-emission bus fleet by 2030.
In this latest episode of the Intelligent Transport Podcast, Editorial Assistant Halimah Haque sits down with Mohamed Mezghani, Secretary General of UITP, to discuss the future of public transport, including key challenges, opportunities and the importance of gender diversity and sustainability in ensuring the further advancement of the industry.
Innovation is only real when shared: How the bus remains the staple of public transport through international collaboration
Considered perhaps the most prominent staple of public transport everywhere, it is precisely the bus that keeps on innovating - even resurrecting – its image. For Intelligent Transport, the Bus Unit of UITP discusses the joint global efforts from the entire sector to keep creating services that make people want…
UITP's new eBRT2030 project aims to reduce emissions, pollutants and congestion in urban transport through innovative electric bus rapid transit solutions, tested in real-life demonstrations across Europe and beyond.
Moscow Metro reports highest ridership since October to encourage other operators around the world that a return to busy services is possible.
Sylvain Haon, Senior Director of Strategy at UITP, took charge of the most recent COVID-19 briefing from Intelligent Transport and UITP, as we looked ahead to the tech-led solutions that can help public transport and its associated infrastructure get back to business as usual after the pandemic.
In the first of a series of live briefings in partnership with UITP, Secretary General Mohamed Mezghani guides us through the ins and outs of a public transport sector that’s struggling against the tide of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
We asked the opinions of transport leaders from Europe and the U.S. to find out how public transport is changing, what form it is taking and what the new responsibilities of public and private organisations are likely to be.
Outlined by standout metro and light rail developments, 2018 was once again a successful year for urban rail infrastructure.
This agreement, announced on International Women’s Day, is another step forward in advancing the role of women in the transport sector.
UITP and The New Cities Foundation will work together, focusing on the development of sustainable and innovative urban transport.
APTA and UITP will work together on areas of mutual benefit and, in doing so, maximise the quality and value of their member services in a variety of ways.
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