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Fleet Management & Maintenance
Electrifying public transport isn’t only about hardware – find out what software you'll need to manage complex EV planning and scheduling.
Listen to Via's podcast with Adele Wearing, Strategic Lead for Passenger Transport at Milton Keynes Council, and Councillor Lauren Townsend on how the city is providing efficient, cost-effective transport that helps reach sustainability goals and much more.
First Bus is hoping to transform the Glasgow depot into the UK’s largest electric vehicle charging hub, with the first phase of the project scheduled to be completed this year.
Aleksandr Polyakov explains how intelligent transport systems (ITS) recently rolled out from Moscow are not only making Tula’s streets safer, but also decreasing the amount of traffic and congestion in the Russian city.
The latest report from Optibus collates surveys and expert insights on industry concerns, ridership recovery timelines, and trends and service changes that are anticipated to impact ridership the most, as public transport looks to bounce back from the pandemic.
One of Moscow’s famous metro trains has received a new paint job from local street artists in the Russian capital, with passengers getting the final say on the future of the new model.
Learn how transit agencies can embrace the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of camera-based bus lane enforcement.
The island of Martha’s Vineyard is launching its very own electricity grid, which will use solar power to charge the island’s electric bus fleet.
A new model of electric bus is set to be trialled in Barcelona which can operate for a full day on a single charge, eliminating the need for supplementary charging infrastructure.
Bus franchising explained: What it is, where it makes sense, notable global examples, and the technology required to ensure it succeeds.