Private-hire company Addison Lee has joined Uber and Bolt in offering discounted rides for Londoners travelling to one of the major vaccination hubs in the capital as the UK races to immunise as many vulnerable people as possible.
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The Canadian city of Laval hopes to fit all of its buses with the new contactless payment technology by the summer of 2021.
As the UK starts to vaccinate 300,000 people a day, Uber is stepping in to cover £15 worth of rides for those travelling to one of seven mass-vaccination centres in England.
Jaspal Singh, Senior Expert – IT and Development at UITP, explains how mobile ticketing technologies are advancing and what comes next in their evolution.
Brandon Policicchio of Greater Dayton RTA talks cashless fares, and explains what his authority is doing to make transit accessible for everyone.
MJ Maynard, CEO of RTC Southern Nevada, discusses why contactless payment systems are not always the best for everyone, and explains how her authority is making sure everybody has the means to ride RTC in Las Vegas.
Passengers in Las Vegas will now be able to top up their ticketing accounts in shops around the city using cash, which they can then use to buy contactless fares.
Voi's investment fund will provide a cash injection for several projects intended to make the company's operations safer and more sustainable.
As COVID-19 has changed the way that the residents of Greater Boston travel, ITDP's Julia Wallerce believes a major rethink in how space is divided between pedestrians, cars, and transit is needed.
Hints and tips on accelerating the deployment of Account Based Ticketing on mobile to give passengers touch free, best value fares on a smartphone, even without a bank account.
The new updated app will enable users to top-up their Troika card via their smartphone, as well as buy any additional tickets they might need remotely.
The two transport firms have teamed up in a bid to launch an all-in-one transit service for passengers with accessibility needs, starting with a pilot in Arlington and the University of Texas.
In this article Transport for the North’s newly appointed Director of Integrated and Smart Travel, Jeremy Acklam, explains more about how the implementation of innovative new technologies could revolutionise travel and transport across the North of England.