The company has stated that the additional funds will be invested in R&D for driving further efficiency and vehicle development.
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The partnership aims to develop a programme that will boost the skills and knowledge of drivers, promoting future innovation.
The feasibility study will look into the most suitable cities and routes to deploy air taxis in Southeast Asian cities, evaluate the best use cases for air taxis, and explore the possibility of joint flight tests, among other things.
The USDOT Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) programme invites small business concerns to submit an offer for its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) SBIR Phase I solicitation.
The project aims to see joint UK and African innovations deployed to solve pressing challenges in Africa’s rapidly growing cities, such as congestion and overcrowded public transport.
The collaboration aims to bring urban air mobility services and platforms to reality in Singapore’s urban environment, with the target to enhance industry productivity and improve the country’s regional connectivity.
The partnership will allow for more than 30 of Vulog’s large-scale projects to be featured on the platform, with fleet sizes as large as 2,000 vehicles in cities such as Paris, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Madrid and Washington, D.C.
Feedback from Lyft passengers is said to have been a positive indicator that the public is becoming comfortable with autonomous mobility.
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, said that bus services across the country will be transformed with simpler fares, thousands of new buses, improved routes and higher frequencies.
The automated metro network carries more than 400,000 passengers daily, and is forecast to carry one million passengers per day in the future.
Created in 2017, Transport for the South East is a sub-national transport body bringing together local authorities, business groups and the transport sector to speak with one voice on the region’s strategic transport priorities.
Shell’s investment is an extension to Masabi’s recent $20 million growth funding round led by Smedvig Capital with MMC Ventures and other existing investors.
A collaborative approach has been taken to the development of the document, with more than 60 organisations and 6,500 people contributing.
This trial, only on specific journeys, aims to help the council understand whether shared ride services could complement MK’s bus network as part of its bus network review later in 2020.