Metrolinx is working towards expanding and upgrading the GO Transit service from a peak time commuter service to a 24-hour transit option, available at any time.
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The real-time information lets passengers choose the carriages with the most open seats via an app, or digital displays at platforms.
Uber has rolled out its Uber Green programme to cities like Miami and Austin in a bid to make trips made with it more sustainable.
The NaviLens app uses a cutting-edge algorithm to translate visual signage into audio and allows customers to determine the accurate location and distance to the nearest bus stop.
Applications are strongly encouraged from Metro riders, transit advocates and community-based organisations from a diverse range of perspectives, to create the 15 member committee.
As a sustainable way to travel in the open air, 500 Lime e-scooters will help reconnect the city as Seattle aims to reopen safely from COVID-19.
After years of success, San Francisco Bay Area’s payment card system is about to undergo a transformation to become account-based, simplifying the passenger experience. Jason Weinstein P.E., the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Program Manager, explains how the region is preparing for the transition.
Real-time information means users will be able to see exactly how many bikes are available at a particular bikeshare station, as well as where they can park their bike after completing their journey.
Growth in for-hire vehicle (FHV) services prompts New York City Council report into their impact on the city, and how better vehicle utilisation could help reduce congestion.
The Open Mobility Foundation (OMF), formed by cities from across the U.S. seeks to improve transportation across the country with open data sources.
The transit system connects people around the city and highlights the necessity for such a transportation system for the most vulnerable in society.
Ridesharing app services, Lyft and Uber, operating at Denver International Airport, are being moved to Level 5.
The acquisition combines the strengths of both companies to form a leading, global transportation and mobility company spanning North America and Europe.
Free2Move's Scott Shepard tells Intelligent Transport Editor Luke Antoniou why new mobility service providers need to take a 'city first' approach to solving transport issues, or risk becoming part of an even larger problem.