FlixMobility's acquisition of Greyhound is part of the company's vision to better service the needs of intercity bus travellers in the U.S. by offering affordable and environmentally friendly travel.
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In October 2021, ridership across New York City's subway, bus and railroad services has reached its highest number since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bird's newly-developed 'Smart Sidewalk Protection' technology effectively and efficiently detects and prevents sidewalk or footpath riding in real time by safely bringing the offending vehicle to a safe stop.
Two new electric transit vehicles have been added to the Central Ohio Transit Authority’s environmentally friendly fleet, with the aim to further the effort to reduce the authority’s vehicle emissions.
The Elevate Transit: Zoning for Accessibility initiative will enable the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to achieve a fully accessible transit system across New York City on a faster timeline.
By introducing the climate adaptation and resilience plan, the U.S. Department of Transportation is supporting the whole-of-government approach to confronting the climate crisis.
Under the new programme, unvaccinated MTA employees will be required to test weekly, and new hires from 14 November 2021 will be required to be fully vaccinated.
In order to reduce congestion and improve air and water quality, the Seattle Department of Transportation and King County Metro are working together to increase the use of West Seattle public transport.
Five cities across the U.S. and Europe will feature their local bikeshare programmes directly in the Bird app to help to encourage multimodal mobility.
Metro's new all-electric Northern Bus Garage in Northwest Washington, D.C. will open with a mix of the current Metrobus fleet and new battery-electric vehicles.
The contactless ticketing demonstration has been implemented as part of the Sacramento Regional Transit District's efforts to make travelling by public transport easier and more convenient.
From 5 September 2021, Metro passengers will benefit from more buses and trains, lower prices and extended Metrorail operating hours on weekends.
As part of NYC DOT's East Bronx scooter sharing pilot programme, Lime will operate 1,000 e-scooters in New York City, with a main focus on safety, equity, sustainability and affordability.
As of 7 September 2021, passengers travelling with bikes on the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad will no longer require a bike permit to travel.