Paris enacted a historic e-scooter ban on 31 August 2023, following an overwhelming citizen referendum vote in April 2023, marking a significant shift in the city's transportation landscape and setting a potential model for other urban areas.
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From partnering with start-ups like Omni to develop wheelchair-accessible e-scooters to collaborating with UCL to create a universal sound for e-scooters, Georgia Heathman, Head of Public Policy, Safety & Inclusion at TIER Mobility, discusses the importance of making micro-mobility accessible to all and the initiatives that are being undertaken by…
With both lines set to open in October 2026, the seven-year contract will see Keolis operating Île-de-France metro lines 16 and 17, while also assuming responsibility for managing Saint-Denis Pleyel station from June 2024.
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Following the result of the Paris referendum on the future of shared e-scooters in the city, Intelligent Transport's Editor, Leah Hockley, considers what happened and what the impact may be on the future of micro-mobility, and consults a range of stakeholders from across the industry to find out what the…
Île-de-France Mobilités' new bus line will eventually welcome more than 195,000 new passengers per year, with a fully equipped fleet of compressed natural gas powered buses.
Dmitri Pivovarov, Vice President for Rentals at Bolt, considers how the April 2023 Paris referendum, in which citizens voted against the continued presence of shared scooters in the city, highlights the limitations of competitive tenders within the micro-mobility industry and shares his thoughts on the benefits of a free market…
Micro-Mobility for Europe expresses disappointment with the result of Paris' recent referendum against shared e-scooters, citing potential setbacks to sustainable transportation goals and an increased risk of accidents.
Transdev, Keolis and Lacroix-Savac have been chosen to operate Ile-de-France Mobilités' bus lines in the region, as part of the gradual opening up of competition for bus networks.
As part of the partnership, RATP Group will provide STM with personalised advice on the best practices to transitioning bus garages and vehicles to electric, with a key focus on maintaining safety.
The contract will see Transdev operate the Cable C1, which will run for 4.5km and link the metro to the entire local bus network, as well as the operation of 15 bus lines in the Greater Paris region.
With new data showing that one in 10 of its riders identify as having a disability, TIER is hoping to extend the roll-out of wheelchair-accessible e-scooters to markets outside of France in the near future.
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Transport’s journey to net zero: Alternative fuel vehicles are vital to achieving climate targets, says Transdev
In the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive sustainable transport Q&A series, Virginie Fernandes, Group Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer of Transdev Group, discusses the key innovations and projects that the company is working on to decarbonise its public transport fleet, as well as what she hopes to see as…