China is looking to catch up when it comes to autonomous vehicles with a new law and an interesting test site run by Huawei.
List view / Grid view
Filter the results
The micromobility firm has also partnered with local governments to form vehicle safety management systems tailored to each city's unique traffic conditions.
The development of the E-port aims to accelerate the commercialisation of autonomous aerial vehicles (AAV) in the travel and tourism industries.
According to data from Hellobike, the number of e-bike users in Wuhan has experienced a tenfold jump compared to the day before the city was quarantined on 23 January 2020.
Intelligent Transport spoke with Marcus Vass, Partner at Osborne Clarke, to understand how China’s electric vehicle market moved so far ahead of Europe’s, how the west can work smarter with infrastructure and data to catch up, and how China’s insular transport market could make it an industry leader in new…
Meituanbike, formerly known as Mobike, is - by number of bicycles - the world's largest shared bike operator, despite its fleet having become lighter by more than 200,000 bikes in 2019.
As a part of Seedland’s Smart Life System, the Hachi Auto pilot aims to allow community residents to experience the convenience brought by technological innovation.
The number of e-buses in operation in Europe reached 1,202 units in 2018, less than 13 per cent of what is rolled out in China on a weekly basis.
Following their collaboration announcement in January 2018, Toyota will invest $600 million in DiDi Chuxing and a joint venture with the Chinese ride-sharing giant.
The $23 billion car-sharing market in China, predominantly run by Didi Chuxing, will soon see a rival as new partnership invests $1.5 billion in the industry.
High levels of traffic are a serious concern in China, and so any effort to encourage travellers to choose rail is welcomed by the government.
A new joint effort marks a step toward a future of smart public transportation and enhanced urban mobility, powered by autonomous driving technology.
The initial section of the tram line covers the area of Shanghai that spans from Canghua Road station in the west to Zhongchen Road station in the east.