Nobina's contract extension will see an additional 14 electric buses begin passenger service in December 2023, representing a 25 per cent increase on the original 56 scheduled vehicles.
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Transport’s journey to net zero: Electrification will drive our transition to a carbon-free future, says TransLink
In the latest installment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive sustainable transport Q&A series, Ralf Nielsen, Director – Enterprise Sustainability at TransLink. TransLink is Metro Vancouver’s integrated, multimodal transportation authority, unique as both a transit operator and responsible for planning the regional transportation system. Ralf discusses the key challenges that the authority…
With plans to provide passenger service from June 2023, Milwaukee County Transit System's new bus rapid transit line will come with two battery-electric bus charging stations.
In addition to benefitting the environment, First Bus' data reveals that 35 per cent of Londoners feel that bus travel has helped with their mental health more than other modes of transport.
The new funding will allow SunLine to procure new battery electric buses and the required charging infrastructure, expand its H2 refuelling, and train transit workers on how to maintain and operate clean bus technology.
Once complete, Metro's upgraded bus bases will help bring the environmental and health benefits that are associated with battery-electric bus operations to King County communities.
In the latest issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: what the future of mobility may look like; how e-mobility can drive a more sustainable transport industry forward; and why on-demand and Demand-Responsive Transport should be a key part of urban…
Sarawak Metro Sdn Bhd is calling for bus suppliers to register as vendors for the supply of hydrogen fuel cell feeder buses for the Kuching Urban Transportation System project.
With plans to transition to a zero-emission bus fleet by 2045, Pittsburgh Regional Transit expects to spend an estimated $1 billion over the next 20 years, as it replaces its diesel buses with green fuel vehicles.
The acquisition of East Tamar Bus Lines will make Kinetic the largest privately owned government contractor in Tasmania, expanding its commitment to deliver bus services that are safe and reliable across the state.
On behalf of the regional transit authority, Transdev will oversee the operation of approximately 110 fossil-free fuelled buses, running on the express line between Norrtälje and the Technical University in the Swedish capital.
The expansion of its fully electric bus fleet will allow Go North East to provide greener transit connections, reduce congestion and improve air quality across the region.
Provided as part of the Federal Transit Administration's Low or No Emission Program, the $19.3 million funding will allow MARTA to continue transitioning away from diesel-powered vehicles.
The funding will help lower the State of Florida's carbon emissions by replacing existing diesel transit buses in 13 counties across the state with new zero-emission vehicles.
As a member of the MaaS Alliance, Bird will help the membership promote and increase the public awareness of Mobility-as-a-Service by sharing its expertise in micro-mobility services.