As e-bus use becomes more popular, charging stations must also keep up with the speed of development - to ensure this remains safe, effective and efficient charging stations will soon be subject to regular testing.
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Lord will make the move to TfL later this year following a 30 year career in the aviation industry.
In competition with Uber, inDriver has launched in Ugandan capital Kampala, giving passengers the freedom to choose their own fares.
Dubai launches new eco-buses, the first of their kind in the UAE, which are compatible with European emission standards.
Arno Kerkhof, UITP’s Bus Transport Unit Leader, explains how a mix of BRT, innovative policy and political drive have the potential to turn the fortunes of the bus sector around.
As the number of people cycling into Dublin city centre almost doubles in seven years, the NTA has revealed that it spent more than €21.6 million on cycling infrastructure in 2018.
Growth in for-hire vehicle (FHV) services prompts New York City Council report into their impact on the city, and how better vehicle utilisation could help reduce congestion.
The Open Mobility Foundation (OMF), formed by cities from across the U.S. seeks to improve transportation across the country with open data sources.
The ION Light Rail Transit (LRT) – the Waterloo Region’s new rapid transit system in Ontario, Canada has officially launched at Kitchener's Fairway Station.
With access to real-time data and driver coaching to promote advanced driving techniques, Arriva expects to reduce CO2 equivalent emissions by up to 72,000 tonnes a year.
New York has long resisted the use of dockless electric scooter on its roads, but the state is set to vote on legislation which would finally allow scooter-sharing companies to operate.
Thales is to provide its Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) system for the city of Ottawa’s east and west Stage 2 LRT project.
The city bus market in China is massive, with a total of 651,000 registered city buses in 2017 and more than 90,000 electric buses purchased annually, according to Interact Analysis.
The new six-year public service delegation contract between the French Riviera Urban Community and Keolis is expected to generate a total revenue of €60 million.