The contactless ticketing system will play a vital role in promoting the use of public transport in Porto, enabling more environmentally sustainable mobility.
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Arriva’s investment for the seven year contract will see all buses fitted with WiFi, mobile ticketing technology, video surveillance and security systems.
SMARTA 2 is said to support the set-up of cost-efficient and environmentally friendly first- or last-mile mobility solutions, often in collaboration with public and private organisations, in rural areas.
18 September 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
National Express have been named preferred bidder by the Porto public transport society (STCP) to operate buses in the Portuguese city in a contact lasting ten years.
3 September 2012 | By Luís Miguel Vale do Couto, Marketing Director, CARRIS
The ‘One Less Car’ project was launched in 2009 by CARRIS – the main public transportation company in Lisbon, Portugal. This new project promotes the use of sustainable forms of urban mobility – mainly highlighting the benefits of using public transport on a regular basis. Mobility is essential to economic…
31 August 2012 | By João Nuno Aleluia, Exploitation Department Manager, Metro do Porto
Metro do Porto (MP) integrates six municipalities of the Porto Metropolitan Area (PMA). Playing the backbone role of PMA while structuring the territory, MP offers a high capacity urban transport network, furthering the integration of modes and operators. From its early stages, MP focused on the capacity and technical performance…