Intelligent Transport met Jochen Ehlgötz, Managing Director of TechnologieRegion Karlsruhe, to discuss mobility partnerships and developments in the German city of Karlsruhe and beyond.
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BP Chargemaster is rolling out 150kW ultra-fast rapid charging units with new units installed at a BP retail site in Hammersmith, London.
The BRT systems should be operational by 2022, with the next two years being dedicated to feasibility studies and research.
Intelligent Transport spoke to Mikkel Krogsgaard Niss, from the City of Copenhagen Centre for Urban Development, about the current and future agenda of Copenhagen's mobility network.
The redesign will use public feedback, data and analysis, and a review of demographics and upcoming developments, to create a bus network that satisfies the needs of the current 650,000 Brooklyn bus riders.
Marseille has become the first major European city to complete a tender for e-scooter operations, and each operator will be able to deploy 2,000 e-scooters each.
VTT’s Marko Paakkinen and Mikko Pihlatie, and UITP’s Aida Abdulah, explain how the Horizon 2020-funded ASSURED project is driving standards and interoperability forward in electric charging infrastructure, and how it can benefit operators, authorities and cities.
The findings from the Manchester pilot will be used to develop smart city quarters in other cities around the world.
Having been in service for several months, Ashley Cahif from the ACT Government, and Lachlan Marks and Debra Surman from Canberra Metro, told Intelligent Transport about the effects the Light Rail system has had on Canberra city.
The number of e-buses in operation in Europe reached 1,202 units in 2018, less than 13 per cent of what is rolled out in China on a weekly basis.
Intelligent Transport's trends survey showcases what's most important to the urban mobility sector at a time of significant change led by technology.
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has published a plan to double the number of rail journeys in the city-region by 2040.
The Better Buses Action Plan commits to increasing citywide bus speeds by 25 per cent by the end of 2020, in the hope that this will lead to ridership increases of the already 2 million daily bus trips in New York.