MTR created the app using a 4,000-strong passenger survey together with in-depth analysis of travel patterns and traffic disruptions.
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Volvo Buses is taking part in a research project in which used electric bus batteries get a second lease of life as solar energy storage units.
In Gothenburg, Sweden, 14 partners from industry, academia and society are working together to develop, test and demonstrate new solutions for the future of public transport. The collaboration goes by the name ElectriCity, and here, Stefan Eglinger, Director General at the Urban Transport Administration in the City of Gothenburg, explains…
The demand for better test facilities is increasing rapidly as the automotive industry questions whether self-driving technology is ready to test on public roads.
The magnitude of transport’s social dimension is becoming increasingly clear - mobility shapes lives and prospects. It is vital that transport systems are environmentally friendly, inclusive, efficient, and centred on meeting diverse user needs. Yet how can this be accomplished?
The new autonomous bus, based on Volvo’s commercially produced electric city bus, has been modified for safer and more comfortable travel…
From 3 May-1 June 2018, citizens in Gothenburg will be able to ride for free on a self-driving shuttle bus, between the main entrance of Chalmers University of Technology and the university's library…
Helsingborg’s new electric Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system will be operated by Arriva after their bid was rated the highest in quality…
Vehicle electrification is rapidly advancing and offers a favourable path towards more sustainable transport solutions, to be able to meet the future demand, battery and cell technologies need to be developed…
SL AB (Storstockholms Lokaltrafik) has agreed a contract with CAF for the supply of an additional 12 trams for its transport network.
4 July 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Bus operator Nobina has ordered 13 electric Volvo buses, which will operate in Malmö, Sweden from the end of 2017.
29 June 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Ekoenergetyka-Polska has signed a contract for a delivery of e-bus opportunity chargers with the city of Lulea, Sweden.