The Life Cycle Assessment is said to provide a case study of how e-scooters are being used in European cities, and how their adoption rates are impacting city life.
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Robin O’Hara, Executive Officer in charge of TAP Customer Experience at LA Metro, tells Intelligent Transport how the operator is piloting wearable fare media for its customers, and how an extension of the pilot could have ease-of-access benefits across various user demographics.
The Local Link project is said to represent continued investment in rural connectivity, as countries worldwide look to balance investment in urban and rural transport.
The UK government is set to consult on proposals in the summer designed to improve the lives of people with mobility or sight impairments, as well as parents with prams.
Nomad Digital has secured a contract to deploy on-board passenger Wi-Fi for operators of the Öresundstrain in Denmark and Sweden.
The on-demand service will be available on weekend evenings, designed to fill the gaps when public transport is generally less available.
The TSSA General Secretary has written to Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, stating that “we need a coordinated response across the public transport network on how we tackle the threat that this virus poses.”
In a busy urban environment with a range of mobility options to choose from, users require an accurate system to allow a seamless transition between modes when taking multimodal trips. The ARIADNA and GALILEO For Mobility (G4M) projects believe that location services provided by GALILEO satellite technology have the answer,…
The Transport strategy focuses on enhancing the bus network, optimising suburban rail, a proposed new light rail system, and the promotion of walking and cycling.
Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria has expanded its Multi Purpose Taxi Program for disabled residents to include Uber in a trial in Geelong, with the aim to provide more accessible mobility options for those living with disabilities.
The initiatives include projects that look to improve disabled accessibility, passenger safety and cycling priority.
Mauritius is embarking on its quest for a world-class transport system, putting initiatives and infrastructure in place to promote public transport.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has announced that the OMNY contactless fare payment system - which reached the milestone of 10 million taps in the past week - will go live on all Manhattan local buses by the end of March 2020.
The project aims to provide improved connections between major places in Glasgow, and public spaces, walking routes, new pedestrian crossings, and electric car and bike hire stations will also complement the project.