Arrival will test its new electric bus on First Bus routes in the Autumn later this year as it looks to develop its zero-emissions fleet.
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It’s hoped the mobility hubs will reverse some of the negative effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on shared and sustainable transport in Scotland.
The operator is trialling the new Yutong electric bus on one of its most popular routes in Yorkshire.
Keolis says the new bus contracts will also mean more sustainable buses being introduced in Paris, including 150 to be run on natural gas.
The projects benefitting from the new NTA funding include the Clontarf to City Centre scheme in Dublin and the ambitious Mahon to Marina Greenway in Cork.
UK Country Manager at Spin Steve Pyer discusses how the pandemic has changed mindsets towards micromobility, and calls on the industry to ensure sustainability progress is continued.
Join this free webinar from Via Transportation inc. on Wednesday 24 March to learn how some of the world’s most innovative communities are utilising demand-responsive technology (DRT) in ways that do more than simply shuttle passengers from point A to point B.
The West of England Combined Authority will be the first place in the UK to offer long-term e-scooter rental, with residents able to keep a Voi vehicle at home for months at a time.
Richard Dilks of Collaborative Mobility UK explains why the COP26 in Glasgow is such an important opportunity for the transport industry to enact real change in the way we move.
Bus operator Arriva will welcome ten new hydrogen buses into its Netherlands fleet later this year in what is its biggest investment in hydrogen power yet.
The hydrogen buses save an estimated one kilogram of CO2 per kilometre they drive according to Aberdeen City Council and are virtually silent too.
Some of the biggest names in student transit in the US have teamed up to electrify thousands of vehicles across the country in a bid to turn the famous yellow buses green.