From October 2022, Transdev Australasia will continue providing bus services to Fremantle and Rockingham-Mandurah communities in West Australia, for a period of 10 years.
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Rebecca McPhee, Deputy Chief Executive of Operations, Customer and Place-making at Sydney Metro, provides exclusive insight into the Sydney Metro West project, and explains why a customer-centred methodology was applied to the planning, design and delivery of Australia’s biggest public transport infrastructure programme.
With its latest investment round, which takes its valuation to $77.7 million, Neuron Mobility plans to accelerate its international expansion, as well as reinforce its technology leadership.
Following its latest launch of e-bikes across Sydney CBD, Waverley and Randwick as of 14 April 2022, Neuron Mobility has successfully expanded its services to every capital city across Australia.
The contract marks the first time that Region 9 buses will be operated privately in Greater Sydney and will see Transdev John Holland introduce new zero emission buses in the region.
Keolis Group has been awarded an eight-year contract for the operation of 406 buses across the Greater Sydney region, with plans to convert 125 vehicles to electric power.
Clément Michel – Keolis Group Director, Human Resources and Transformation, speaks to Intelligent Transport's Josh Minchin, about Keolis' response to the pandemic and future plans for the group as travel resumes.
The two companies say the partnership is a way to get cars off roads in Sydney and Canberra, as many travellers use personal vehicles to get to and from transport hubs.
Sydney’s residents will now be able to pay for Uber trips with the same Opal card they use to pay for the city’s trains, buses, and ferries.
Transport numbers in Sydney are significantly down on this period last year, with commuters working from home instead of boarding buses and ferries.
The feature will combine Uber services with available transit options to offer users the most efficient route to their destination.
A metro revolution is underway in Sydney, with the New South Wales capital home to the biggest urban rail infrastructure investment in Australian history. For Intelligent Transport, Jon Lamonte, CEO of Sydney Metro, explains how greater capacity and rail connectivity is providing more opportunities and better experiences to the city’s…
The Charter will allegedly adopt similar principles to the Women’s Night Safety Charter in London which is said to have been successful in raising awareness of women’s safety and providing information about what steps can be taken to help improve safety in cities and on transport.
The trial aims to advance the understanding of the role that MaaS can play in improving the experience of using multimodal transport services.