Midlands leaders are calling for £20 million in Government funding for a region-wide smart ticketing platform.
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Businesses are now able to use the ‘Darwin SatCom Lab’ to explore and trial next-gen connectivity solutions for connected and autonomous vehicles.
Without continued financial backing from the UK Government, the paper suggests there is a real potential for ‘rapid and deep cuts’ to bus services and temporary closure of light rail systems.
With Express Mode in Apple Pay, there is no need for First Bus customers to wake or unlock their devices or use Face ID or Touch ID to pay for travel.
Thirty per cent of Londoners are drawn to the environmental benefits e-scooters will have on their commute, according to new research from Spin.
A new survey shows that despite 28 per cent of people still having significant concern over the transmission of COVID-19, an equal number now feel safe to travel by bus.
Transport-Technology Research and Innovation Grants enters its 11th round of funding in five years, and is now looking to fund decarbonisation and COVID recovery projects.
Thirty-two per cent of people with vision impairments and 48 per cent of wheelchair users were less willing to go out on their own because of pavement parking, according to research from charity Guide Dogs.
The report says there's huge opportunity for UK-based companies to capitalise on electric vehicle market potential, with the next five years pivotal for the electrification of passenger cars.
While e-scooter trials are welcomed by UK transport authorities, a response to the government consultation has urged caution in a number of areas, such as speed and the impact on active travel.
Government announces introduction of green number plates plus a multi-million pound investment for electric vehicle research helping accelerate a zero-emission future for the UK.
On the latest episode of the Intelligent Transport Podcast, Editor Luke Antoniou is joined by Philip Ellis, Co-Founder and CEO of bike-sharing company Beryl to talk approaches to new mobility, working with cities and what comes next.
Sustrans' newly-launched online map will help key workers - approximately 40 per cent of the UK's workforce - stay mobile during the COVID-19 pandemic, with access to bike-related offers and information about local bike shops.
Bruce McVean, Acting Assistant Director for City Transportation at the City of London Corporation, joins Intelligent Transport for our latest podcast, explaining how the Corporation is endeavouring to make streets within London’s Square Mile cleaner and safer.
UK-wide bus companies represented by the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) have pledged to buy only zero or ultra-low emission buses by 2025 in a bid to reduce the quantity of carbon entering the atmosphere by half a million tonnes a year.