The world-famous tube map first penned by Harry Beck back in 1933 has got its latest reiteration some 90 years later as the Northern Line Extension gears up for its opening.
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Arriva has launched it’s first MaaS solution in the form of a multimodal travel app, with accessibility features including step-free route planning very much at the centre of its development.
Waymo is encouraging riders to give honest and complete feedback on their experiences as it looks to develop its technology further in one of the U.S. most famous cities.
Among the plans to improve the city’s bus network is an increased rollout of Transit Signal Priority and 20 additional miles of bus lanes to speed up journey times.
The trial area has now been expanded to include Westminster, meaning that e-scooters can be hired and used in a wider area of central and inner London.
In an interview with Intelligent Transport, Daniel Štraub of Jagiellonian University in Krakow pontificates the benefits of fare-free public transport that is just and fair for everyone, and the implications for society and the transport sector when that isn’t the case.
Disabled public transport users in UK uncomfortable with easing of COVID-19 restrictions, says new research
An RiDC report has suggested that over 60 per cent of disabled people in the UK now feel uncomfortable travelling on public transport.
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The MTA has big plans to make New York’s transport network even more accessible for its passengers, including new subway car designs and station overhauls.