The five-year contract is worth in excess of €800 million and includes the delivery of services for 218 routes nationwide.
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The Madrid public transport operator, EMT, is developing the MaaS platform ‘MaaS Madrid’ which will offer mobility services to citizens in one unified application. Here, Enrique Diego Bernardo, Chief Technology Officer of EMT, explains how, for the first time, a city, administrative or public entity is leading such an initiative.
The Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) has launched the Active Commute Grant (ACG), which aims to encourage more developers to support those who adopt active commutes to work by providing more end-of-trip facilities.
Launched in 2017, The IMOVE project comes to an end late 2019. Testing the feasibility of implementing Mobility-as-a-Service on a European scale, Marco Boero, IMOVE Project Coordinator, explains some of the key progressions that the consortium has seen.
In a world where urban travel information is becoming ubiquitous, are third-party developers being marginalised, leading to fewer choices for end users? Paul Harrington, Owner of YourStop, explains why open data might not be as open as it seems.
Matthias Maedge, IRU’s General Delegate to the EU, explores how innovation is shaping the safety of current and future road systems, and the challenges that must be overcome in order for the industry to progress.
Figures reveal that MTA ridership has increased across subways, buses, LIRR and Metro-North, with on-time performance improving across the board.
The service aims to make travel easier for commuters by providing the information they need to make the smartest possible journey choices.
The public trial will take place on the Paris-Saclay urban campus, and participants have been selected to represent a general university campus population.
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.
The Liverpool City Region has set a target to become zero carbon by 2040, with schemes to support walking and cycling initiatives having already cut carbon emissions in the city region by 1600 tonnes per year.