With more people keen to adopt sustainable modes of transport for shorter journeys, Bolt has introduced a series of features to enhance rider safety, including a sound for e-scooters and a cognitive reaction test, amongst others.
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With its e-scooters set to be deployed in the city in late 2022, Bolt will help accelerate Helsinki’s transition towards more sustainable modes of transport through its ride-hailing services.
Adopting a research-based approach, Voi outlines its vision of creating cities made for living by helping reduce car dependency in cities and returning urban spaces to the people who live in them.
In addition to incorporating Dott’s e-bikes to its app for the first time, Citymapper has also added its shared e-scooters to new cities across Europe.
Helsinki recently recorded zero pedestrian fatalities in 2019, attributed to the city’s efficient safety regulations and priorities. Here, Jussi Yli-Seppälä, Transport System Unit of the City of Helsinki, explains how the Finnish capital reached this important milestone
In a project spanning three years, completing in 2023, the transit payment gateway will enable contactless EMV payments on all transport modes in Finland’s vibrant capital and some other cities in Finland.
Precise statistics on accidents have been kept since 1960, and during this time there have been no years in which there were zero pedestrian lives lost in traffic.
The six cities are part of a project named AI4Cities which looks to artificial intelligence (AI) as a solution for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
As cities look to reduce their carbon footprint and increase ease of use for passengers through service integration, Helsinki has become a mobility leader. Reetta Putkonen, Director of Traffic and Street Planning, City of Helsinki, and Ulla Tikkanen, Technical Project Manager, Smart Mobility Systems and Autonomous Driving, Forum Virium Helsinki,…
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.