Launched in Tallinn, Estonia, Bolt's e-scooter charging docks deliver more efficient overall usage of each unit and better operational sustainability.
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A coalition of transport stakeholders have released a joint statement calling for public transport and active mobility to be placed at the heart of the future EU Urban Mobility Framework.
In an interview with Intelligent Transport, Daniel Štraub of Jagiellonian University in Krakow pontificates the benefits of fare-free public transport that is just and fair for everyone, and the implications for society and the transport sector when that isn’t the case.
The contactless ticketing system will play a vital role in promoting the use of public transport in Porto, enabling more environmentally sustainable mobility.
Bolt's electric scooters will offer Italian citizens and tourists an affordable, safe and sustainable micro-mobility service.
ACCIONA, CAF and EIT InnoEnergy join the team of more than 180 professionals and 50 organisations that are making the creation of Zeleros’ hyperloop system a reality.
TIER has partnered with Google Maps to make it easier for users in big European cities to access its micromobility options, as it looks to expand into more locations in Europe.
Known primarily for its ride-hailing business, Bolt has now expanded its micromobility offering into more than 100 cities. Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin sat down with Bolt’s Global Director of Rentals Products, Dmitri Pivovarov, to find out how it has achieved so much so quickly.
One of Moscow’s famous metro trains has received a new paint job from local street artists in the Russian capital, with passengers getting the final say on the future of the new model.
Keolis is partnering with several other transport operators and authorities to trial new technology which utilises QR codes to make public transport more accessible to those affected by sight loss.
A new model of electric bus is set to be trialled in Barcelona which can operate for a full day on a single charge, eliminating the need for supplementary charging infrastructure.
Sensor technology has been deployed in Hamburg to test whether traffic lights can be optimised to reduce wait times for all road users, while also protecting the most vulnerable on the city’s streets.
New study suggests self-driving cars are ready to be accepted in Finland at least – as long as they are safe and secure, according to a new study.