TIER Mobility's new strategy will help the company incorporate its core sustainability values into all aspects of decision-making, as it works to make cities more liveable by achieving net zero carbon emissions.
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Transport’s journey to net zero: Alternative fuel vehicles are vital to achieving climate targets, says Transdev
In the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive sustainable transport Q&A series, Virginie Fernandes, Group Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer of Transdev Group, discusses the key innovations and projects that the company is working on to decarbonise its public transport fleet, as well as what she hopes to see as…
By exiting key markets across Europe, the U.S., Middle East and Africa, Bird aims to refocus the business on a near-term path to self-sustainability, in order to best deliver on its mission to make cities more liveable in the long-term.
The contract renewal will see Transdev Sweden continue to operate and develop transportation in Gästrikland, with a key focus on increasing public transit ridership by making services even more reliable, accessible and safe.
On behalf of the regional transit authority, Transdev will oversee the operation of approximately 110 fossil-free fuelled buses, running on the express line between Norrtälje and the Technical University in the Swedish capital.
TIER's latest generation of e-scooters is equipped with many improved safety features, including maximum stability and shock absorption due to improved hydraulic suspension and a wider base.
The growing ridership has been fuelled by a significant increase in new riders, with Dott more than doubling the number of new riders to its service between April-June 2022 compared to the start of the year.
In addition to providing e-scooter and e-bike information to more cities through Google Maps, Dott has also launched its micro-mobility services in new countries such as Sweden, Israel and the Netherlands.
Adopting a research-based approach, Voi outlines its vision of creating cities made for living by helping reduce car dependency in cities and returning urban spaces to the people who live in them.
Following the launch of its services in its 15th Swedish city, Voi’s e-scooters will be available to everyone over 18 in central Lund, Oscarshem, Annehem, Planetstaden, Hospitalgården and Lund University.
In order to ensure safe riding, Voi is collaborating closely with the Swedish and Finnish cities to select popular pedestrian streets that will become Voi’s designated Slow Speed Zones and No Parking Zones.
Following a 500 per cent increase in scooter use, Bolt's new €150 million investment will allow it to further scale its micro-mobility operations and enhance rider experience.
Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley sat down with Maitane Berecibar, Omar Hegazy and Aida Abdulah of the ASSURED project to find out more about how the project has worked to overcome the barriers for mass-scale bus electrification, as well as deployment, and delivered key innovations that enable the optimisation of fleet…
In addition to incorporating Dott’s e-bikes to its app for the first time, Citymapper has also added its shared e-scooters to new cities across Europe.
Once the acquisition is complete, VR Group will become a significant transport operator in Sweden, providing service to over 170 million of Arriva Sverige’s passengers per year and gaining over 3,000 new employees.