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27 November 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
From traffic management to city modelling, transport operations rely on control rooms to deliver safe and efficient urban transport services on a daily basis. Here, find out what the future of control room technology could be like, how Russia planned and managed transport for one of the world’s largest sporting…
Intelligent Transport's Editor, Luke Antoniou, and Advisory Board member, Carol Schweiger – a panellist at Intelligent Transport Conference 2018 – take a look back at the hottest conference topics that had delegates and speakers alike deep in thought and conversation during the two days in London.
19 November 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
Monitoring of congestion, accidents and response times will be better managed throughout Dubai due to investments into a Smart Traffic Systems project.
16 November 2018 | By Andrew F. Kotyuk - Metrolink
Metrolink Board Chair, Andrew F. Kotyuk, explains how the agenda of the SCORE plan – shifting from road to rail – can benefit passengers, drivers, services and connections between various counties in Southern California.
29 October 2018 | By Bestmile
In this webinar, the speakers discussed how you can accurately model, plan, simulate and analyse new mobility services to ensure you get them right before launch. A case study simulating on-demand services in the city of Chicago was used to illustrate the approach.
1 October 2018 | By Nicolas Andine (Karhoo)
Nicolas Andine, co-CEO of Karhoo, explains why the bus sector needs to innovate and the importance of making sure that it does not follow the same track as the rail industry.
18 September 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
During the InnoTrans 2018 Opening Ceremony, European Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc, outlined her vision of the transport sector’s future, emphasising the importance of multimodality and cooperation as tools for inclusivity and innovation.
6 September 2018 | By Peter B. Lloyd - University of Kent
Peter B. Lloyd, a PhD student at the University of Kent, details how a collaborative project between the universities of Kent and Essex is finding ways to recognise navigational problems and improve the usability of metro maps.
31 August 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
Taking place at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, 1-2 November, the Intelligent Transport Conference brings together global experts and business leaders, to discuss the latest challenges, opportunities and technological advances shaping the future of the transport industry.
20 August 2018 | By Intelligent Transport Conference
In this webinar, thought leaders in the industry discuss the future of mobility in the transport sector...
1 August 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
Challenging the concept of traditional car ownership, Lyft is proposing customers replace their cars with public and shared transport options for a whole month.
18 July 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
The collaboration will help the UK’s two biggest cities deal with major incidents and manage world-class sporting events…
10 July 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
Public and private partners of the SOCRATES2.0 project have developed a framework for public–private cooperation regarding traffic information to provide new and better services for road users.