The 20 zero-emission hydrogen fuel-cell double decker buses have been hailed as a key step towards tackling the city’s poor air quality and achieving the council’s net zero carbon target.
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The UK Government-backed project will test its autonomous vehicles on Birmingham’s busy road network as it looks to advance driverless technology in the UK.
Investment has been secured by Birmingham City Council, including £2.92 million from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and through its newly-procured EV Network Development Partner, ESB EV Solutions.
The introduction of 5G services supports the West Midlands Combined Authority’s strategy to give consumers and businesses in Birmingham and the surrounding area the very latest digital communications.
Another Deep Academic Alliance agreement is signed with the aim to develop and implement intelligent transport solutions in the UK.
Andy Graham, LAMBDA-V Project Manager, details how collecting the informal rules of driving could help highly autonomous vehicles learn about how human drivers really use UK roads.
The collaboration will help the UK’s two biggest cities deal with major incidents and manage world-class sporting events…
The West Midlands region is soon to receive the transport app Whim, the first location outside of Finland to be able to operate the service that integrates planning, payments, reservations and subscriptions in one app…