Kinetic's acquisition of Dingo Bus Charter strengthens its position in Western Australia's bus service market, fostering community connections and delivering safe, efficient transportation solutions with an expanded fleet.
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For the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive ‘The people behind the wheel’ series, Tze Ghai Chu, Senior Operations Manager at Go-Ahead Singapore, discusses some of the challenges that he encountered while transitioning to a career in transport from the semiconductor industry, as well as why the human touch of…
Singapore's Land Transport Authority is integrating Transit Link and EZ-Link to provide commuters with a simplified ticketing experience through a unified mobile app and customer service interface.
The completion of the 8.5km of cycling paths brings Bukit Panjang's total network to 16km, enhancing active travel options for residents and improving access to local amenities.
In addition to building new cycling paths, LTA will also be implementing the supporting infrastructure, such as bicycle parking facilities, in order to accelerate and improve active travel connectivity in Singapore.
According to new research commissioned for Go-Ahead's Zero Emission Centre of Excellence, 55 per cent of people in the UK are likely to travel by bus more often if they are powered by zero-emission electric or hydrogen batteries.
A total of 14.5km of new cycling paths have been completed in the towns of Ang Mo Kio, Bishan and Toa Payoh, as part of LTA's efforts to improve active travel connectivity across Singapore.
With this new contract, around 36,000 shared bikes will be provided by LTA's three chosen bike-sharing operators, supporting commuters in Singapore with their first- and last-mile journeys.
Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) speaks with Intelligent Transport about its active travel efforts across the country, as well as the significance of establishing a comprehensive walking and cycling network to encourage more Singaporeans to adopt a car-lite approach to travel.
Improving operational efficiency: Why the time is now for bus operators to integrate ITS and Duty Allocation
Paul Attenborough, Programme Director at Trapeze Group, outlines the benefits of integrating Duty Allocation System and Intelligent Transport System technologies for bus operators as they continue to face disruption, technological complexity and wavering passenger confidence in service reliability.
To support the Singapore government's emission reduction targets, LTA is accelerating its bus electrification efforts and is supporting the wider adoption of EVs, as well as the necessary charging infrastructure.
Residents in Tampines Avenue 1, 4, 5 and 8 can now enjoy safer active mobility, as the addition of 4km of cycling paths has enhanced safety for pedestrians and cyclists, while linking them to key amenities and green spaces.
For the second year in a row, the Carbon Disclosure Project has awarded Go-Ahead with an 'A minus' rating for reducing carbon emissions, the highest score of any UK public transport company.
In partnership with Osborne Clarke, Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley is joined by Chia Ling Koh, Steve Yu and Parveen Arora to discuss mobility trends in Asia and the legal challenges of delivering digital payments systems, intelligent vehicles and e-mobility.
With construction set to commence in Spring 2022, the Land Transport Authority has awarded two civil contracts for the design and construction of Cross Island Line Phase 1 stations and tunnels.