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.
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Finland is embracing tap-to-pay on transport in two of its biggest cities as contactless payments in Nordic countries continue to thrive.
Alexander Vysotsky, Director of Public Policy at Yandex.Taxi, explains why governments should be harnessing the experience and know-how of private tech companies in their bid to implement efficient MaaS solutions across the world.
The support for infrastructure aims to contribute to the implementation of the National Energy and Climate Strategy for 2030, and the achievement of the greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.
Finland is considered a leader in the implementation of MaaS and is also at the forefront of sustainable mobility efforts. At 2019’s Intelligent Transport Conference, Editor Luke Antoniou spoke to Laura Eiro, Program Director at ITS Finland, about a new concept that is coming to the foreground across the world’s…
The application, provided by Matkahuolto, will initially include nationwide bus services and parts of local public transportation, with plans to further implement different modes of transport in the future.
The Swiss team aiming to make public transport payment as simple as possible announces its first foray into the Nordics, as well as a UITP award win for 'Design processes and products'.
Arttu Kuukankorpi, Director of Traffic Operation at HKL, provides Intelligent Transport's Tara Nolan with insight into Helsinki’s current transport landscape and the decision behind implementing a DAS.
MUJI and Sensible 4 are planning to produce the first GACHA fleet for use on public roads in 2020 for various cities in Finland and abroad.
A new operation began in November 2018 and will connect the small town of Haukipudas with the city of Oulu – the fifth largest city in Finland.
Plans are currently being finalised for the deployment of the first Gacha fleet – a fleet of autonomous shuttles that can operate in all weather conditions.
For the first time, publicly supported para-transit rides are part of the MaaS project...
Transtech Oy (a subsidiary of Škoda Transportation) will supply up to 65 new modern vehicles for Tampere in Finland.
22 December 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Intelligent Transport
Subsidiary of Škoda Transportation, Transtech is to deliver 49 ForCity Smart Artic Trams for operation in Helsinki.
30 November 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Intelligent Transport
An implementation agreement has been signed allowing construction of the Tampere light rail project to commence in the first half of 2017.