With customers already saving up to two hours with the current version, Goodloading's new, innovative version of its application will allow planning of loading to be even faster and more efficient.
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In addition to providing customers with real-time trip information, TfNSW's Transport Connected Bus technology allows bus operators to access more accurate data and tools to improve services, as well as keep buses running on time.
The new scheduling software will enable First Bus' operating companies to improve the service and operational efficiency of 4,000 buses across the UK, enhancing services for over one million daily passengers.
SamTrans' new technology allows buses to move more easily and efficiently on San Mateo County roads by bypassing traffic, ensuring that riders get to their destination faster.
The new grants will allow the Florida Department of Transportation to enhance safety across the state by improving transport infrastructure and traveller information systems, with a key focus on vulnerable road users.
The $49.2 million grant will allow transit agencies and organisations across the U.S. to accelerate the adoption of innovative technologies, in order to improve access to transit and further enhance the passenger experience.
Once complete, the new automatic electric charging system will allow EMT Madrid to charge its vehicles without the intervention of an operator, in the shortest time possible.
In addition to preventing bridge strikes, the new intelligent system will give Stagecoach drivers instant feedback about their driving manoeuvres to encourage safer driving that is more comfortable for passengers.
In line with its commitment to provide emission free public transport by 2035, De Lijn's new integrated charging and depot management software will support the electrification of its bus fleet.
The Connected & Autonomous Mobility In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2022 features articles from RATP Dev and POLIS Network discussing the progress that has been made by the public transport industry thus far in the field of intelligent vehicles and what comes next as technology, the industry and…
Find out why our Editor, Leah Hockley, thinks that you should join us for Intelligent Transport's two-day flagship event, Transport Innovation Summit, taking place from 9-10 November at Twickenham Stadium in London, UK - marking our return to in-person events for the first time since 2019!
Currently being tested on two bus lines of the Ginko network, Keolis subsidiary’s fraudometer uses behavioural science and nudges to encourage individuals to avoid fraudulent situations by validating their tickets.
With the use of augmented reality technology and street view data, Bird VPS will enable Bird to geo-localise parked e-scooters with accuracy – allowing riders to end their journeys in a safe and tidy manner.
During the Air-One opening event, Urban-Air Port will demonstrate how purpose-built ground infrastructure can unleash the potential of advanced air mobility to decarbonise transport and cut air pollution and congestion.
Carol Schweiger, Intelligent Transport Advisory Board Member and President of Schweiger Consulting LLC, shares her thoughts on what the future looks like for technology-enabled mobility, and has identified five key strategies that will become significant in this field throughout the remainder of 2022 - with a particular focus on developments…