The new Account-Based Ticketing system will allow riders to take advantage of fare capping technology, meaning they will pay less for their travel overall.
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A new survey has suggested that encouraging people back onto public transport will not be a simple task once restrictions ease further in the UK.
Neuron, which operates scooters in Newcastle, has made changes to ensure the vehicles are used properly in the UK city.
TfL is urging passengers to cooperate with the social distancing measures put in place as London’s shops and businesses begin to open up again.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is working with local groups to ensure everyone in the region has access to transport to and from their vaccination appointments.
Philip Ellis talks safety and the impact of COVID-19 on micromobilty with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin, as more and more local authorities around the world begin to implement some form of micromobility scheme.
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The shared mobility market in the EU, Asia, and the UK: legislation, costs, possible future developments, recommendations for growth, key stats.
Chief Executive of CoMo UK Richard Dilks explains why mobility hubs should play a key role in the green transport revolution, and explains how crucial they are in getting people out of private cars.
Accessible mobility options for all traveller groups – enhancing the passenger experience for everyone
Join Hacon's webinar on 26 May at 14:00 BST, as they paint a broader picture of creating transportation offerings that are accessible to EVERYONE thanks to assistive tools - and across the entire Passenger Journey.
This informative webinar asks how public and private transit can be optimised to provide more seamless travel in cities around the world.
Lime has introduced several new features to make it even easier to rent one of its vehicles, including a free reservation feature and “App-less Riding”.
Micromobility operator Voi and SaaS leader Trafi exchange thoughts on sustainable mobility, partnerships, happy users and the enormous potential of MaaS.
The DfT claims electric vehicles are getting cheaper, but there has been criticism of the announcement by some members of the industry.
The scheme will encourage drivers of older cars to stop using their vehicles in exchange for mobility credits which could be used on car club services for example.