The £3 million in funding from Transport Scotland will aid First's efforts in operating a fully zero emission fleet by 2035.
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Green parking spaces, charge points at supermarkets and tourist sites, and batteries that charge in six minutes could all form part of the Government’s plans to accelerate EV uptake.
Uber stated that, by 2040, 100 per cent of journeys in 10,000 cities will take place in zero-emission vehicles, public transit and micromobility.
The awarded projects aim to seek solutions to issues such as climate resilient road surfaces, effective integration of the informal transport sector in cities, and practical solutions to reduce sexual harassment of women and girls on transport.
As part of the spin out transaction, Yandex will invest $150 million into the new standalone company, Yandex Self Driving Group (SDG).
Grant recipients will deploy new transportation technologies and services, including microtransit, vehicle automation, integrating ride-hailing services with transit, and contactless fare payments.
The funding aims to support the green recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, whilst improving air quality and supporting the introduction of Low Emission Zones in Scotland’s four biggest cities.
A public consultation on the draft Strategy, which includes proposals for cycling, rail, buses and road, has commenced and continues until 16 October.
The changes, which are said to be some of the most extreme in history, include extra bus services for low frequency routes and designated 'School Services' with colour coded passenger systems.
Having been approved by the DfT and Norfolk County Council to operate an e-scooter trial in Norwich, Beryl is to launch a fleet of e-bikes, pedal bikes and e-scooters.
The new unit aims to boost the delivery times of major transport infrastructure projects as new funding is announced.