Bird's newly-developed 'Smart Sidewalk Protection' technology effectively and efficiently detects and prevents sidewalk or footpath riding in real time by safely bringing the offending vehicle to a safe stop.
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The reopening of Line 12 means Madrid’s southern suburbs are reconnected to the city’s main metro network, with the works reportedly improving train speeds and journey times.
Madrid’s Metro system is showing signs of recovery, though there is still a long way to go before passenger levels return to pre-pandemic benchmarks.
Ministers say the new line will connect with 11 of the 12 other metro lines and provide new links to developments taking shape in Madrid's suburbs.
With transport systems across the world trying to regain trust among riders, new data published by Reuters suggests their efforts may be in vain.
€200 million is being allocated to extend the Madrid Metro network and €15 million has been dedicated to developing a bus rapid transit (BRT) system for the northeast region of Madrid.
This new service works exclusively with zero emission electric technology and, for the first time in the history of the city, the commercial line is free for users.
The project aims to empower citizens to take a leading role in the production of data, evidence and knowledge around mobility in their own neighbourhoods, and at street level.
The world has gathered for COP25, determined to advocate for the involvement of their sector in fighting climate change, and the transport sector has endeavoured to contribute to a greener future.
The Madrid public transport operator, EMT, is developing the MaaS platform ‘MaaS Madrid’ which will offer mobility services to citizens in one unified application. Here, Enrique Diego Bernardo, Chief Technology Officer of EMT, explains how, for the first time, a city, administrative or public entity is leading such an initiative.
The partnership with start-up firm Vottun is part of EMT’s ‘Madrid in Motion’ initiative, which encourages innovation across the Spanish capital’s mobility network.
The ban of traffic in the centre of the city has seen a reduction in rush hour traffic, air and noise pollution levels, and the safety of the zone increase.
EMT Madrid will offer multi-language mobile ticketing for passengers and scanning hardware on buses in collaboration with Mastercard, Santander and Masabi.
Paris, Brussels and Madrid have challenged a regulation in the interest of cleaning their cities’ air, protecting citizens health and honouring the Paris Agreement...
CITRAM is the integrated public transport management centre of the Madrid region public transport authority – Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid (CRTM) which became fully operational in August 2013, following a long period of technological integration that lasted six years. Since then, CITRAM has become a model for other…