Transport and political leaders in the North of England have expressed their disappointment at the news that the Department for Transport looks set to cut Transport for the North’s budget.
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Uber has rolled out its Uber Green programme to cities like Miami and Austin in a bid to make trips made with it more sustainable.
Transport operator Keolis has outlined some big plans for the SMBTA network in the Gard region of France, including hydrogen buses and a carpooling scheme.
With reported losses of over $600 million last quarter, Uber has continued to sell off some of its more experimental arms with the offloading of Uber Elevate.
O-CITY will use M-Pesa - the mobile money wallet already very popular in Kenya - in its pilot scheme to drive contactless payments on buses in Nairobi.
In a detailed Q&A, Peter Bell of Trapeze Group Europe offers his insight into why franchising could be the model of choice for bus companies in a post-COVID world.
In this article Transport for the North’s newly appointed Director of Integrated and Smart Travel, Jeremy Acklam, explains more about how the implementation of innovative new technologies could revolutionise travel and transport across the North of England.
Having already trialed their e-bikes in the London Boroughs of Islington and Camden, HumanForest is hoping to expand their fleet by 1,500 bikes in the UK capital by July 2021.
Proposition 22 enables companies such as Uber and Lyft to class their drivers as contractors, rather than employees, although their campaign methods have raised some eyebrows in the state.
Uber will invest over $100 million in a new joint venture with SK Telecom (SKT), plus another $50 million in T Map Mobility - SKT's newly-independent mobility business.
Janette Bell will join First Bus on 26 October 2020 enabling a handover process to take place between her and Giles Fearnley, who will leave later in the year.
The project aims to provide faster, more reliable transit services from Florida City and other South Dade communities to Dadeland and connections to the Miami Central Business District.
As part of the spin out transaction, Yandex will invest $150 million into the new standalone company, Yandex Self Driving Group (SDG).
Grant recipients will deploy new transportation technologies and services, including microtransit, vehicle automation, integrating ride-hailing services with transit, and contactless fare payments.