The EBRD has passed a new Transport Sector Strategy which aims to boost transport as a catalyst for economic and inclusive growth.
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Launched in 2017, The IMOVE project comes to an end late 2019. Testing the feasibility of implementing Mobility-as-a-Service on a European scale, Marco Boero, IMOVE Project Coordinator, explains some of the key progressions that the consortium has seen.
Google’s Environmental Insights Explorer (EIE) is a free online tool that is designed to help cities to measure, plan and reduce carbon emissions and pollution.
Since its launch in 2018, TIER has surpassed 10 million rides in just 11 months.
Ten other EU member counties have supported the Danish proposal to ban diesel and petrol car sales by 2040.
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.
Unless ridesharing and alternative transport replaces solo trips by car at a large scale, the impacts on congestion and pollution are predicted to be neutral at best.
Real-time information means users will be able to see exactly how many bikes are available at a particular bikeshare station, as well as where they can park their bike after completing their journey.
Following our successful webinar in partnership with moovel group (becomes REACH NOW) earlier in 2019, Thomas Friderich, Head of Business Development at moovel group, answers some of the most important questions that were posed by the audience during the live Q&A session.
Intelligent Transport speaks with Jaanaki Momaya, UK General Manager, Lime, and Paloma Castro, Head of International Communications, Lime, for Episode 3 of the Intelligent Transport Podcast.
With access to real-time data and driver coaching to promote advanced driving techniques, Arriva expects to reduce CO2 equivalent emissions by up to 72,000 tonnes a year.
UITP's Umberto Guida explains how the BIOMOTIVE project is working to produce more bio-degradable vehicle parts in a bid to improve the overall sustainability of the transport sector.
Keolis Group turnover increased 10 per cent following strong growth, including a new contract in the UK with Transport for Wales.
The acquisition combines the strengths of both companies to form a leading, global transportation and mobility company spanning North America and Europe.
In March 2019 partners of the BITS project (Bicycles and ITS) came together to kick-start the project, aiming to get more people cycling by offering a 'digital layer', which can benefit both cyclists and local authorities. Marjolijn Boot, the Head of the Spacial Planning and Mobility Unit in the Province…