The approval for the order of the new electric buses represents another step by De Lijn towards operating a fully zero-emission fleet by 2035.
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Intelligent Transport's Leah Hockley is joined by Osborne Clarke's Dr Karla Klasen and Dr Alexander Dlouhy to discuss the legal challenges of delivering e-mobility in the first of a three-episode video miniseries in partnership with the international law firm.
Ahead of its planned opening in the first half of 2022, TfL has begun the final phase of the Elizabeth line's testing programme to ensure the safety and reliability of the railway for public use.
The West Midlands Combined Authority and the Iskandar Regional Development Authority will share knowledge, ideas and lessons learned from within the urban and transport planning realms.
The electric bus trial, which will test opportunity charging technology for the first time in Dubai, will run until March 2022.
Transport for London and partners have published a Vision Zero progress report, identifying the updated measures necessary to eliminate death and injury from London's roads by 2041.
In a joint statement, UITP and UIC stressed that electric vehicles should not be considered the only solution to decarbonising transport.
Metrolinx's new WAVE shuttle marks the first time in Canada that an autonomous shuttle and smart infrastructure will be fully integrated into an existing transit service.
A new World Business Council for Sustainable Development report has highlighted key business and policy actions that can improve the case for sustainable EV charging infrastructure implementation.
Ferrovial Airports will deploy more than 25 vertiports in the UK, which will support the provision of high-speed, affordable and emissions-free travel.
Voi Technology has pledged to become climate positive across all of its towns and cities by 2030, meaning that it will reduce more emissions than its value chain emits, without relying on carbon offsets.
In this article, Robert Bichsel, Product Owner for MaaS at Siemens Mobility, and Svenja Katharina Weiß, Marketing Coordinator at Hacon, discuss the relationship between private cars and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solutions and offer their insight on how these solutions can be better promoted in order to encourage a sustainable shift to…
Metrolinx is working towards expanding and upgrading the GO Transit service from a peak time commuter service to a 24-hour transit option, available at any time.
Matthew Pencharz, Head of Policy for UK, Ireland & the Netherlands at Voi Technology, considers the precedence that has been set across the globe for car parking spaces, and discusses how challenging this status quo in favour of micro-mobility and public transport can deliver a range of social and environmental…
Solihull Council has become the first local authority in the UK to purchase a fully electric autonomous shuttle and begin passenger trials.