City developments and population change affect the infrastructure and transport planning of the future. Erica Belcher, Researcher at Centre for London, explains how mobility in London is experiencing this change and will continue to do so in the future.
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An official from the Department for Infrastructure has warned that, without further funding provided to Translink, the future of Northern Ireland's public transport is uncertain.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has announced best January on-time performance and ridership metrics in seven years for NYC Subway, eight years for LIRR, and best month for the Metro-North.
The USDOT Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) programme invites small business concerns to submit an offer for its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) SBIR Phase I solicitation.
The three winning projects will trial new ways of using data generated by transport in towns and cities to improve driving conditions.
A number of initiatives, including bus and light rail infrastructure improvements and accelerating the city’s bus fleet target to be zero-emission, have been launched in LA to combat the climate crisis.
The new Franklin station is located between Placer, Nathaniel Cox and Centenario streets, in the commune of Santiago.
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, said that bus services across the country will be transformed with simpler fares, thousands of new buses, improved routes and higher frequencies.
The automated metro network carries more than 400,000 passengers daily, and is forecast to carry one million passengers per day in the future.
Created in 2017, Transport for the South East is a sub-national transport body bringing together local authorities, business groups and the transport sector to speak with one voice on the region’s strategic transport priorities.
The daily average number of users of mass transportation and taxi vehicles also increased to 1.63 million compared to 1.61 million in 2018.
Bruce McVean, Acting Assistant Director for City Transportation at the City of London Corporation, joins Intelligent Transport for our latest podcast, explaining how the Corporation is endeavouring to make streets within London’s Square Mile cleaner and safer.
A collaborative approach has been taken to the development of the document, with more than 60 organisations and 6,500 people contributing.
The transformation is said to be part of Leeds City Council's goal to improve the attractiveness of walking, cycling and public transport.
Auckland Mayor, Phil Goff, said that investment in infrastructure and improvements to services are encouraging the strong growth.