The acquisition, which is currently in the first phase, will see mopeds, e-scooters and e-bikes become available to users.
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500 Helbiz e-scooters are now available to citizens and tourists in the Italian city through Helbiz’s mobile app.
EIB funding will support public infrastructure, public transport, energy efficiency and renewable energy sources, the fight against climate change and economic recovery in the Autonomous Province of Trento following the crisis caused by the pandemic.
The initiative is hosting a consultation day, with the aim to to prepare for the suitable tender and uptake of mobility solutions that contribute to the recovery from COVID-19.
With public transport levels being reduced and operators having to assert social distancing measures, the transport offering aims to provide critical staff with a transit option during the national lockdown.
Eduardo Quiñones, Senior Researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center and ELASTIC project coordinator, explains how the European project ELASTIC will form the technological basis for advanced mobility systems and autonomous transport networks.
The partnership will see users able to book a FREE NOW taxi in connection with public transport options detailed in the Moovit app, offering truly integrated travel options.
Giorgio Ambrosino, Director, and Saverio Gini, Senior Project Manager, both from MemEx, present the Flexible Mobility Centre concept, demonstrating its upcoming real-life implementation on Tuscany’s Elba Island, and explaining the need to reconcile and enhance the two parallel axes of urban mobility by testing and demonstrating innovative mobility solutions.
Yellow Line of Milan Underground receives the first reversible substation of its type, put into service by Alstom…
19 October 2016 | By Mauro Borioni, Project Manager, SRM – Bologna’s Mobility and Public Transport Authority
This article gives a brief overview of two EU-funded projects – P-REACT and EUSTO – that aimed in varying ways to tackle antisocial behaviour and ‘volume’ crimes, with a view to protecting Europe’s public transport systems. Mauro Borioni, Project Manager, SRM – Bologna’s Mobility and Public Transport Authority – explains…
30 June 2016 | By Mauro Borioni, SRM (Public Transport Authority in Bologna) and Prof. Andrea Simone, University of Bologna
Mauro Borioni and Prof. Andrea Simone discuss the conflict between bikes and heavy vehicles and highlight a recent initiative in Bologna that raises awareness amongst cyclists.
In our first-ever Accessibility Supplement, Dora Ramazzotti at SRM gives an overview of how accessible Bologna’s public transport network is, and Ezio Castagna from CTM explains how Cagliari is investing in vehicles and infrastructure to enhance accessibility. Plus Gunta Anca from the EDF says that the industry must do more…
2 September 2015 | By Giuseppe Noia, Chief Communications and Public Affairs Officer, Atac S.p.A
Giuseppe Noia, Chief Communications and Public Affairs Officer of Rome’s public transport company Atac S.p.A, outlines what is currently being done to improve public transport services in the city – improvements that are necessary to secure the overall future operation of the company...