The past year has been exceptionally intense for the micro-mobility market. From the renaissance of Mobility-as-a-Service, through EU funds for local government units, to combatting transport divide, Tomasz Wojtkiewicz, CEO of Nextbike Poland, explores some of the key challenges and opportunities that have the potential to transform the whole of…
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While at Transport Innovation Summit 2023, Sandrine Gaubert, Customer Experience & Digital Marketing Director at Keolis Group, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque to discuss how a tailored, passenger-centric MaaS offering is key in encouraging the shift to sustainable transportation.
Nextbike Poland is set to launch the Metrobike system in Poland's Upper Silesian-Zagłębie Metropolis in February 2024, gradually introducing 7,000 SmartBikes equipped with GPS transmitters.
Whilst at Transport Innovation Summit 2023, Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque sat down with Dolores Ortiz Sanchez, Director General of Mobility at Madrid City Council, to discuss Madrid's transformative approach to sustainable urban mobility, covering topics from electrifying the city’s bus fleet to integrated smart mobility systems and future transportation projects.
TfL is transforming London's cycling landscape with a new £3 day pass for Santander Cycles, offering unlimited 30-minute rides, and a major expansion of the e-bike fleet.
Portsmouth's City Centre South is set for a transport upgrade, introducing widened roads and pedestrian-friendly crossings to enhance public transport and active travel, with completion targeted for May 2024.
LTA pioneers a community-engaged pilot programme for an innovative wayfinding system in the Central area and Yishun, aimed at enhancing pedestrian and cyclist navigation.
Agnė Vaiciukevičiūtė, Lithuania’s Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications, spoke with Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque, about the country's ambitious journey towards sustainable mobility and the challenges faced in transitioning to greener transportation.
Adrienne Acioly, Project Manager - Mobility, and Arjan Oranje, Senior Programme Manager, from the City of Rotterdam sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque to discuss the city's ambitious plans for sustainable mobility, active travel infrastructure and their role in achieving Rotterdam's climate action targets.
UITP's latest report indicates that one in three nations are omitting public transport in their climate action plans, emphasising the urgent need to prioritise public transport for sustainable urban development and climate resilience.
With its new report highlighting that just one in five UK women feel safe cycling alone at night, Lime has drawn attention to the barriers to cycling for women and have outlined five key recommendations to improve conditions.
According to a study by the University of West England and Sustrans, transport barriers are restricting young people's access to crucial opportunities, highlighting the need for urgent policy changes and increased investment in alternative transportation.
TfL invites public feedback on plans for a cutting-edge Cycleway between Wembley Central and Harlesden, aiming to enhance safety, connectivity and sustainability in Northwest London.
Edmonton's Valley Line Southeast LRT marks a significant step towards a more accessible future in public transportation, providing residents with sustainable and convenient travel options.