Members will be able to select a scooter to ride for their journey, as well as for the last mile of a longer BlaBla carpool or bus trip, designed to power a convenient and environmentally efficient door-to-door journey.
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Measures have been announced to increase bus and light rail services across the UK, roll out higher numbers of safety and guidance staff, and to make commuting easier without public transport.
Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2020 is influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, with authors taking the opportunity to either write entirely about the crisis, or provide sharp commentary on it as part of articles on other matters. From mobility services and public transport to connected and autonomous vehicles, this issue lays…
Hosted via virtual meeting, Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) officials met with the UK Minister of State for Transport to discuss COVID-19 responses and how they can collaborate to develop future mobility solutions.
Celebrating its 85th birthday, Roman Latypov, First Deputy CEO for Strategy and Client Work at Moscow Metro, takes a look back at how the network has remained resilient through difficult times and continued to expand, all whilst maintaining an essential service for the people of Moscow.
Sean Moroney, CEO of Cambridge Electric Transport, discusses the positives of bringing e-bikes to UK cities, and the challenges that come as a private sector organisation working with local councils and cities in creating the infrastructure that such a service needs.
Investment in transforming the transport sector could create up to 15 million new jobs and help countries move to greener, healthier economies, a new report from UNECE and ILO has suggested.
The study found that even replacing just 20 per cent of car miles travelled with e-bike travel would mean four to eight million fewer tonnes of carbon emitted each year.
The British government recently announced that e-scooter trials would be fast-tracked as part of a 'green restart of local transport,' and has now requested feedback to a set of proposed regulatory changes and plans.
The car-free zones have been designed to allow people to observe social distancing guidelines with ease and to keep pollution levels down in the city centre.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) has announced the launch of the ‘EIT Crisis Response Initiative,’ including a specific call for innovators to develop urban mobility solutions to challenges presented by COVID-19.
In order to safeguard services in the future, the package will also see the reintroduction of fares on buses, the reinstatement of the congestion charge and the temporary suspension of some discount fare options.
In a bid to encourage more active and sustainable travel, Northern Ireland Infrastructure Minister, Nichola Mallon, has put forward new e-bike legislation which will allow their use on public roads.