On October 28 2021, Suzanna Mitrovich, Global Head of Automotive, and Anthony Bean, Senior Director of Sales, from YouGov joined Intelligent Transport for a webinar in which they conducted a deep dive into the present and future of mobility and transportation in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Following the…
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Metrolinx's new WAVE shuttle marks the first time in Canada that an autonomous shuttle and smart infrastructure will be fully integrated into an existing transit service.
Neuron Mobility has launched trials in the UK, Australia and Canada of its new ‘e-scooter brain’, which features three new cutting-edge, Neuron-developed technologies that support e-scooter and passenger safety.
Metrolinx is working towards expanding and upgrading the GO Transit service from a peak time commuter service to a 24-hour transit option, available at any time.
After announcing the launch of its bike share programme in June 2021, Bird has now introduced its e-bikes in San Diego and Windsor, Ontario, with more cities across North America and Europe set to follow.
The introduction of contactless debit payments for UP Express services marks the first time that a transit agency in Canada is offering this option as a way to pay.
STM will trial the app for shared taxibus services in Senneville and Saint-Anne-de-Bellevue from October 2021 until the end of the year.
The Ontario government has released the Request for Qualifications for the design and delivery of the new Scarborough subway stations, rail and systems work.
By expanding GO train services to London, Ontario, passengers will have better access to a safe and reliable transportation network.
The Vancouver transit operator says the busy station hasn’t been upgraded in its 36 years of existence, though it will need to be shut for a period in order to speed up the works.
Clément Michel – Keolis Group Director, Human Resources and Transformation, speaks to Intelligent Transport's Josh Minchin, about Keolis' response to the pandemic and future plans for the group as travel resumes.
The Canadian Government will pump nearly $15 billion into the country’s transport industry, with a central pot of money to be created for ongoing projects.
Some of the biggest names in student transit in the US have teamed up to electrify thousands of vehicles across the country in a bid to turn the famous yellow buses green.
First hopes that with this new partnership, passengers in the US and Canada will be able to search for transport and pay all within the same app, making their experience a lot more convenient and efficient.