In an interview with Intelligent Transport, Daniel Štraub of Jagiellonian University in Krakow pontificates the benefits of fare-free public transport that is just and fair for everyone, and the implications for society and the transport sector when that isn’t the case.
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Located near Warsaw Chopin Airport, the hub will include dedicated parking and charging infrastructure for micromobility devices.
The loan agreement aims to boost innovative manufacturing of batteries and equipment for electric vehicles in Poland as the country looks to advance its electrification.
The goal of the project is to improve the safety of passengers and drivers of buses in city traffic, as well as help operators with manoeuvres on bus depot premises. The new system will also ensure optimal energy consumption by the vehicles.
With over 25 million members in the Russian, Ukrainian and Polish regions, BlaBlaCar aims to seize the market opportunity and help improve the experience of travellers and bus carriers alike.
Digitalisation has taken hold of public transport operations around the world and data is the asset driving change across the industry. In an exclusive interview, Jakub Stefaniak, Head of the Department of Analysis at the Public Transport Authority of Warsaw, explains how the implementation of ITS and the collection and…
Currently, 34 nine-metre buses, equipped with Euro 6 engine technology, are on the roads in Warsaw, bringing the total number of buses Arriva operates in the city to 88.
Following the tender for 22 battery-powered buses, won by Solaris, Jaworzno's Municipal Transport Company is now considered a European leader for e-mobility...
Solaris Bus & Coach has signed an agreement to deliver ten 12m electric buses and 30 articulated vehicles with combustion powertrain for the city of Rzeszów.
Poland is to undergo its biggest electric bus project, with Zielona Góra in Poland soon to be changing 60% of its fleet (equating to 47 buses) to being electrified.
A plethora of smart city initiatives are already underway across the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region. Besides making urban services perform better and more efficiently, a smart city approach can also present great opportunities for investment in public transport and intelligent transportation systems. Here Artur Perchel, Manager – Central…
25 February 2016 | By Adam Karolak, President of the Chamber of Urban Transport (IGKM)
Recent years in the urban transport sector in Poland were characterised by large investment projects and purchases of bus fleets and tram rolling stock. However, the overall number of passengers decreased slightly, which is in contrast with high funds allocated annually for transport investments. As it turns out, they do…