The living lab will test a host of potential new accessibility features for the New York subway, including physcial and digital wayfinding.
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Marseille has become the first major European city to complete a tender for e-scooter operations, and each operator will be able to deploy 2,000 e-scooters each.
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.
The service will be in effect for three months and will allow assessment to be made of the benefits in the area.
Crowd-sourced road and traffic data from Waze is to be used by transport authorities to analyse and plan the future of transport.
The partnership with start-up firm Vottun is part of EMT’s ‘Madrid in Motion’ initiative, which encourages innovation across the Spanish capital’s mobility network.
Blockchains are incorruptible digital ledgers of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not only financial transactions but virtually everything of value.
Having been in service for several months, Ashley Cahif from the ACT Government, and Lachlan Marks and Debra Surman from Canberra Metro, told Intelligent Transport about the effects the Light Rail system has had on Canberra city.
Coach & Bus UK is bringing a raft of world-class innovations, vehicles and tech to the NEC Birmingham next week. Doors open on Wednesday 2 October, with thousands of attendees expected.
In cities where they are available, the Lyft app will display options for car sharing, bike sharing, scooter sharing, car rental and public transit services.
The system replaces the need to purchase a paper ticket or to notify the driver of a destination.
With over 25 million members in the Russian, Ukrainian and Polish regions, BlaBlaCar aims to seize the market opportunity and help improve the experience of travellers and bus carriers alike.