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VDL Bus & Coach and Siemens have collaborated to provide more insight into smarter, more efficient use of the existing power grid and new e-vehicle charging technology.
700 employees will operate 300 electric buses anticipated to carry 17 million passengers per year.
Arriva says it is one of the first major public transport companies to commit to the large-scale operation of e-buses in the Netherlands.
European cities, automakers, mobility platform providers and investors will meet to discuss how to a create profitable business model for Mobility-as-a-Service.
Mobile apps enable passengers to access important information directly and quickly, and exponentially improve the convenience of public transport.
The public transport authority of Amsterdam has banned cash ticket payments in a bid to make the transportation network's trams safer…
A subsidiary of the Transdev group has received 40 new Urbino 18 buses from Solaris Bus & Coach S.A….
Keolis brings Bus Rapid Transit and electric buses to the city of Almere, near Amsterdam…
Using distance, duration, price and transport mode, a new report from Omio has chosen its top 10 most convenient public transport transfers between European airports and their respective city centres...
20 April 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
One of the largest transport companies in the Netherlands, Connexxion has ordered 40 new Solaris Urbino 18 articulated buses.
21 March 2017 | By Intelligent Transport Magazine
Intertraffic Amsterdam has partnered with Automotive Week 2017 to underline the cooperation opportunities between traffic technology and the automotive industry.
In November 2016 the Rotterdam The Hague Metropolitan Area (MRDH) and Connexxion agreed to continue to run services of the driverless ParkShuttle system at Rivium Business Park until the end of 2018. The system carries over 1,200 passengers per day. Despite the fact that the vehicles are currently 13 years…
20 February 2017 | By Rachael Harper
From 2018, 2getthere’s ParkShuttle in the city of Capelle aan den Ijssel in the Netherlands, will be transformed into the world’s first unattended autonomous system operating on public roads.