Ahead of the Scottish Elections in May, transport charity CoMo has made several suggestions to the political parties involved on how to improve mobility in Scotland.
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The BRT project is back under the microscope in the Indiana state legislature, as a new amendment once again threatens the IndyGo project.
The new Account-Based Ticketing system will allow riders to take advantage of fare capping technology, meaning they will pay less for their travel overall.
Ireland’s national bus operator is in the midst of completing the biggest enhancement to services in years. CEO Stephen Kent, explains how Bus Éireann has turned things around and outlines the sustainable steps it is now taking.
In advance of Intelligent Transport's MaaS North America Online Summit (29-30 June 2021), our latest whitepaper showcases the latest in mobility developments and trends.
Philip Ellis talks safety and the impact of COVID-19 on micromobilty with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin, as more and more local authorities around the world begin to implement some form of micromobility scheme.
Mark Watts, Executive Director of C40 Cities and Stephen Cotton, General Secretary of the ITF, explain why transport is fundamental to the world’s recovery from COVID-19, and call on governments to put transport networks first as the world begins to emerge from the pandemic.
LA Metro has approved contracts for two significant rail projects in the city, as it looks to relieve congestion on the much maligned I-405 freeway which bypasses the city.
Keolis, along with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Corporation, will take over the running and maintenance of Dubai’s Metro and Tram network.
A new funding package has been agreed for Transport for London, though the operator wants a long-term deal from the UK Government as passenger numbers remain low.
Residents in Braintree will be able to rent scooters for £55 per month, while Rochdale has selected Lime to operate its vehicles in the Greater Manchester town.
Alexander Vysotsky, Director of Public Policy at Yandex.Taxi, explains why governments should be harnessing the experience and know-how of private tech companies in their bid to implement efficient MaaS solutions across the world.
The scheme will encourage drivers of older cars to stop using their vehicles in exchange for mobility credits which could be used on car club services for example.