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The guide aims to empower planners and policymakers to reduce carbon emissions from transport, critical to achieving city climate mitigation goals and resiliency plans.
New report from the National League of Cities (NLC) has concluded that a congestion charge across American cities would help tackle congestion and raise money to upgrade ageing infrastructure.
Expanding into citywide service provision in Chicago, Via will bring transit solutions to some of the city's most under-served areas.
A piece of research by Masabi on mass transit riders and the key factors impacting public transport ridership highlights the emerging urban mobility ecosystem.
Simon Laker and John Elliott at Consult Hyperion explain how, after more than a decade of trials and poorly-received launches, open-loop transit payments are now expected to gain significant traction in the U.S.
Despite "investing in buses and new technology, transforming networks, and making operations and maintenance more efficient" FirstGroup have announced plans to split from FirstBus.
The new initiatives will bring mass transit, deliveries and pedestrianisation into focus for the city's administration to assess the best use of space and services.
Innovative partnership between TriMet and Portland General Electric will see Portland's first battery-electric buses powered by wind energy.
The plan to charge drivers a congestion fee in New York is expected to raise US$15 billion for the city's transportation authority.
The North American battery electric vehicle (BEV) market will grow considerably at over 13 per cent from 2019 to 2025, owing to the presence of multiple market players.
The Boring Company’s proposed loop of underground express-route tunnels, using autonomous electric vehicles, is to become reality in Las Vegas.
TriMet tests a new trip planner in Portland, bringing together public transport, ride-sourcing, car-sharing and bike-sharing options.
Over the decades, car design and track geometry has improved, allowing vehicles to maintain stability and safe operation at higher speeds.
Lime's bikes and scooters can now be found via Google Maps by users in almost 100 different cities worldwide, from London to Mexico City.