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Bus workers in London will walk out over pay and conditions this week as Unite the union accusing RATP of “using the cover of COVID to drive down wages.”
E-bike operator Lime has partnered with passenger bike service Pedal Me to offer free rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination appointments to ensure nobody is left behind in the jab race.
Private-hire company Addison Lee has joined Uber and Bolt in offering discounted rides for Londoners travelling to one of the major vaccination hubs in the capital as the UK races to immunise as many vulnerable people as possible.
TfL has completed the retrofit of many of its older buses to meet or exceed Euro VI emission standards, with plenty more zero-emission vehicles on the way too.
Bolt says it has offered a helping hand to the UK government to make sure Londoners get to their vaccine appointments, with an initial £250,000 worth of rides initially pledged.
HumanForest founder Agustin Guilisasti explains why his company is truly green, and reflects on some of the opportunities and challenges that come with building a new sustainable mobility solution in a city like London.
TfL says it is committing even more money to improving walking and cycling in the capital over the next few months.
With transport budgets expected to be slashed next year, RATP Dev's Mehdi Sinaceur is imploring transport operators and authorities to continue their progress towards greener and cleaner mobility solutions.
The new traffic light technology is expected to make the flow of traffic in the UK capital much smoother as it collects data from all road users.
Lime says its scooters will now appear as a travel option on the Citymapper app in major cities across the world.
Customers looking to book a ride with Addison Lee will be able to input their location's what3words sequence in a bid to improve accuracy when it comes to rides and deliveries.
With transport systems across the world trying to regain trust among riders, new data published by Reuters suggests their efforts may be in vain.
TfL has announced it will choose three operators to launch their scooter fleets in London on a trial basis - but can the UK capital learn from the problems other European cities have had with scooters?