Kinetic expands government-contracted bus services in Perth, Western Australia, integrating school operations and emphasising its commitment to safe, sustainable transportation.
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Kinetic's Melbourne fleet gets a safety boost with real-time CCTV access, enhancing emergency response and reinforcing its commitment to a zero-emission future.
Driving inclusivity: The immeasurable impact of technology-enabled passenger accessibility initiatives
Alistair Gordon, CEO of Keolis UK, discusses the pivotal role of ongoing innovation, community engagement and strategic partnerships in advancing the company's commitment to universal accessibility, ensuring that public transportation becomes a seamless and inclusive experience for individuals with diverse needs and abilities.
Kinetic's pioneering initiatives, including dedicated disability awareness training and a state-of-the-art Operations Control Centre, are reshaping Melbourne's buses for a more inclusive and accessible passenger experience.
The acquisition of MorelandBus will see Kinetic integrate two government-contracted routes into its extensive portfolio, while also ensuring the continued employment of 15 MorelandBus drivers.
Kinetic's acquisition of Dingo Bus Charter strengthens its position in Western Australia's bus service market, fostering community connections and delivering safe, efficient transportation solutions with an expanded fleet.
Go-Ahead consortium qualifies to bid for Melbourne's Yarra Trams franchise, with a key focus on enhancing passenger experiences, operations and creating employment opportunities for under-represented groups.
In addition to safety features from Neuron's previous model, the N4 incorporates upgraded components to ensure enhanced reliability, including an upgraded electric motor and improved hill climbing performance.
The combination of Neuron's designated parking model and AR Parking Assistant has achieved over 95% parking compliance in cities where the technology has been introduced, resulting in a safer environment for pedestrians.
For Intelligent Transport's new Mayors' Series, publishing exclusively in our magazine, Tom Tate, Mayor of the City of Gold Coast in Queensland, shares his thoughts on the public transportation system of the fastest-growing city in Australia. With the city facing challenges due to an increasing population and a heavy reliance…
Keolis Group plays a crucial role in helping its partners to deliver on local government policies by efficiently managing network assets. For the next instalment of Intelligent Transport's online exclusive feature series focusing on the future of the public transport industry, Pierre Gosset, Industrial Executive Director at Keolis Group, discusses…
With new electrification and infrastructure upgrades being completed at its Sunshine West and Heatherton depots in Melbourne, Kinetic is set to welcome a further 36 battery electric buses to the city's public transit fleet.
As part of its goal to achieve a 100 per cent electric bus fleet by 2035, Kinetic plans to explore operating zero-emission bus technology in Australia’s remote terrains, such as Western Australia’s resources-rich Pilbara.
Melbourne's Zero Emission Bus Trial will provide operators and authorities with key insight into how electric and hydrogen fuelled buses can help improve financial and environmental sustainability across the State of Victoria.
This latest roll-out will allow low-income users in Adelaide, Ballarat, Canberra, Townsville and Ottawa to also benefit from Neuron's e-scooter and e-bike services at a fraction of the cost.