With a key focus on accessibility and safety, TIMMA's innovative autonomous shuttle pilot offers Treasure Island residents with complimentary rides on a fixed route featuring stops designed for inclusivity.
List view / Grid view
BART's Sustainability Report highlights its commitment to sustainability in regional travel, focusing on reducing carbon emissions and adopting eco-friendly practices, offering Bay Area residents a greener alternative to cars.
Chicago's two new pilot programmes aim to enforce parking violations, reduce crashes and fatalities, as well as promote a more efficient and reliable transportation system using existing infrastructure and new technology.
Following the new upgrades, BART customers can now add money to their fare card using their credit or debit card, with further improvements planned to enable contactless payments.
Lime Vision is the industry’s first operator-built computer vision platform, designed to power Lime’s safety innovations, starting with Advanced Sidewalk Detection which aims to reduce pavement riding.
Formerly known as Uber Pool, the new shared ride option will provide riders across nine U.S. cities with an affordable and sustainable mode of transport, while encouraging the transition away from private owned cars.
With the use of augmented reality technology and street view data, Bird VPS will enable Bird to geo-localise parked e-scooters with accuracy – allowing riders to end their journeys in a safe and tidy manner.
As part of its ‘Break Up With Cars’ campaign, Lime will work to highlight the damage that driving has on the environment and its contribution to over 1.3 million deaths annually worldwide in an effort to encourage people onto sustainable transport.
Bird is now offering its on-demand accessible mobility programme in San Diego and San Francisco, in addition to its ongoing pilot in The Bronx.
Waymo is encouraging riders to give honest and complete feedback on their experiences as it looks to develop its technology further in one of the U.S. most famous cities.
Scoot will join Lime and Spin in San Francisco after the SFMTA agreed to grant it a permit to operate 1,500 vehicles in the Californian city.
The tech giant has announced features to make travelling simpler and more convenient through its Google Maps application.
Lime says its scooters will now appear as a travel option on the Citymapper app in major cities across the world.
The ambitious project has been plagued with delays since construction began, with problems including unexpected soil contributing to a potential four year delay.