Data analysis has shown that the south east of England is plagued by above-average car ownership and limited rural public transport options, leading to TfSE to call for improved transport connectivity in the region.
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Moventis launches a revolutionary intercity transport service connecting 60 major cities in Saudi Arabia, with a projected annual capacity of 1.5 million passengers.
In this latest episode of the Intelligent Transport Podcast, Editorial Assistant Halimah Haque sits down with Sophia Mohr, Chief Technology Officer at the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA), to explore the transformative role of technology in reshaping public transit, discussing key initiatives, challenges and the exciting future of intelligent transportation…
The UK government allocates £5.3 million for ground-breaking rail projects, enhancing accessibility with AI-powered live announcements for passengers with hearing impairments and innovative QR code technology.
Sharon Cooney, Chief Executive Officer of the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System, provides insight into the agency's ambitious journey toward a zero-emission bus fleet, emphasising the transformative commitment to community wellbeing and sustainability, as well as the challenges faced in navigating the transition.
BusConnects Dublin reaches a significant milestone with the launch of Phase 5b, introducing eight new routes and promising increased frequency, efficiency and enhanced connectivity across southern and western areas of the city.
WMCA launches a £1 million government-backed initiative to improve air quality and public health, incorporating real-time monitoring, education campaigns and surpassing international guidelines.
The City of Stirling is conducting trials for Australia's first Trackless Tram, a 30m-long vehicle featuring net zero emissions, a speed of 70 km/h and a dedicated lane with traffic light priority.
Through the grant, the Federal Transit Administration aims to improve transportation access for underserved populations, including older adults, people with disabilities and low-income individuals.
The ‘Women in Bus and Coach’ initiative will work to effect real change that will encourage, represent and support more women to work in the industry at every level.
For Intelligent Transport, Transport for New South Wales provides a detailed insight into the agency’s Transport Connected Bus programme, discussing the significant role it has had in shaping the future of public transport in the region by integrating cutting-edge telematics technology, offering real-time tracking, automated passenger counting and improved accessibility…
Updates to government guidance underline that councils must take action against taxi, minicab and private hire vehicle drivers who discriminate against people with disabilities.
NEC’s proven biometric authentication technology with NEC’s Account Based Ticketing system provides passengers with a frictionless travel experience.