Londoners can now effortlessly navigate the city's streets using Voi e-scooters, seamlessly integrated into the FREENOW app, offering an affordable and eco-friendly alternative to private cars.
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Oxford Bus Company takes a significant step towards cleaner and greener transportation by installing a massive electric charging hub, setting the stage for a sustainable future in Oxford.
Suzanne Bartington, Clinical Associate Professor at the Institute of Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham, spoke with Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque about the transformative potential of interdisciplinary research and collaboration within the TRANSITION Clean Air Network to address pressing air quality challenges, as well as promote the health and wellbeing…
Marking Earth Day on 22 April 2023 and the city's commitment to achieving net zero emissions, Oxford's BROOKESbuses are set to become fully electric, with a new fleet of 21 electric buses to be launched by the end of 2023.
In recognition of International Women's Day 2023, Go-Ahead reports a 20% increase in women drivers across its 15,600-strong UK workforce, with plans to continue diversifying its team.
Marking its largest electric bus order to date, the 104 new electric buses will accelerate Go-Ahead's green transition, taking it one step closer to achieving its goal of a zero-emission fleet by 2035.
Stagecoach passengers across Oxford, Manchester, Yorkshire, Preston, Northampton, Mansfield, Portsmouth, Chichester, Winchester, Torquay, Folkestone and Newcastle will benefit from more sustainable buses from 2023.
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.
Following the success and expansion of its e-scooter trial in Oxford, UK, Voi Technology has integrated with the FREE NOW app to promote sustainable micro-mobility in place of short car trips.
The two UK cities could receive up to £50 million to develop an all-electric bus fleet and the infrastructure to go with it.
The public trials of six autonomous vehicles in Oxford form part of Project Endeavour's programme which shall run until autumn 2021, with live tests in three major UK cities.
The plans are said to follow a year of increasing focus locally, nationally and globally about the harmful impact of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) emissions from vehicles, and follows the recognition of the global climate emergency.
The PickMeUp on-demand bus operation in Oxford has exceeded expectations in its first nine months of operation and is set to expand with extra buses and additional staff to meet demand.
Oxford’s new on-demand bus service is intended to be a partnership with local businesses and enables passengers to efficiently move around the city in a quick, simple and cost-effective way…