Voi's latest report finds that its shared e-scooters are on track to provide an estimated £37 million boost to the UK high street in 2022, helping support up to 1,400 jobs.
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The integration of Elizabeth line services will bring a huge range of extra benefits, including reduced journey times, additional capacity, greater accessibility and better connectivity to job opportunities.
For Cycle to Work Day 2022, Voi is encouraging drivers to replace their cars with more sustainable modes of transport, by offering new e-bike riders with free riding time from 3 August to 14 August 2022.
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.
With new and improved features, including more durable brakes, a larger front wheel and auto-cancelling indicators, riders across Liverpool, Bristol and Bath can now safely explore the cities using Voi's latest e-scooter model.
Currently available in Bristol, Liverpool and Birmingham, Voi’s service integration with the Lazarillo app will allow blind and visually impaired users to safely and confidently navigate some of the biggest micro-mobility cities in the UK.
In line with the city’s post-pandemic recovery efforts, Liverpool City Region reports significant growth in public transport usage, with passenger numbers now nearing those seen before the first national lockdown in March 2020.
As part of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority's anticipated investment into Prescot Bus Station, proposed measures include improvements to punctuality and accessibility.
Liverpool could see double decker hydrogen buses on its streets in the near future, along with hydrogen refuelling facilities which will be the first of their kind in the North West.
In this article Transport for the North’s newly appointed Director of Integrated and Smart Travel, Jeremy Acklam, explains more about how the implementation of innovative new technologies could revolutionise travel and transport across the North of England.
Voi's year-long e-scooter trial in Liverpool is one of more than a dozen Department for Transport-backed pilots taking place across the UK.
The Liverpool City Region has set a target to become zero carbon by 2040, with schemes to support walking and cycling initiatives having already cut carbon emissions in the city region by 1600 tonnes per year.
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has announced plans to invest £172 million in green transport schemes over the next five years.
A reduction in the cost of bus operators’ weekly tickets is believed to have contributed to boosting the number of adult users.
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram and the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority have approved the £8.3 million funding for the first 55km phase of the network.