Scotland’s national transport authority is dishing out £1 million in funding in order to promote MaaS solutions in the country.
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A consortium of various stakeholders, including experts in hydrogen fuel cell technology, will work on converting an existing ScotRail train to hydrogen power.
"We should use this moment to embed the shifting attitudes and commuter behaviour which occurred during lockdown to erode the dominance of the private car," explains CoMoUK's Scotland Director.
Additional funding of up to £52.6 million will help operators cover the expected loss of fare-paying passenger revenue until 17 January 2021.
The £3 million in funding from Transport Scotland will aid First's efforts in operating a fully zero emission fleet by 2035.
£7.21 million of the overall total has been provided through the European Regional Development Fund.
The Road Safety Framework to 2030 sets out a long-term vision for road safety - Vision Zero - where there are zero fatalities and injuries on Scotland’s roads by 2050.
The funding aims to support the green recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, whilst improving air quality and supporting the introduction of Low Emission Zones in Scotland’s four biggest cities.
The indicative timeline has considered the earliest period in which LEZs could be realistically introduced using the powers of the Transport (Scotland) Act.
The app will provide instant information about access to buses, trains, car hire, car clubs, bicycle hire, air travel and ferries.
Scotland's COVID-19 pop-up active infrastructure fund has now closed, but the Government has introduced a series of measures to incentivise local authorities to make these changes permanent.
The funding is said to be particularly important with the recent return of schools in Scotland.
Project PACE is a strategic partnership with the Scottish Government and electricity network companies and aims to speed up the roll out of electric vehicle charging hubs.