Uber has announced a collaborative partnership with Skybus which will see a three-month trail in Auckland improve the first- and last-mile journeys of passengers at North Shore airport.
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Transport for Ireland has launched an anti-racism campaign in a bid to challenge behaviours which will not be tolerated on public transport.
As more people use the bus service in Malta, the number of buses in service must keep pace with this increase, consequently, 40 new buses are set to be introduced to the fleet.
Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity, discusses how Scotland is supporting new transport initiatives to combat climate change.
Perfect for congested cities needing a fast and cost-effective mass transit solution, the monorail project in Cario will provide greater mobility for Egyptian citizens.
JTMT has awarded the TransJerusalem J-Net consortium a €1.8 billion contract for the development and expansion of the Jerusalem light rail network.
What does your ideal public transport look like? Auckland Transport (AT) and the Waiheke Local Board are working together on a collaborative plan for the next ten years for Waiheke’s transport system.
As patronage on public transport continues to grow, so too do incidents of anti-social behaviour and violence towards transport staff but now Australian public transport operators are taking a stand.
New bidirectional trams operated by Skånetrafiken, will have modern low floors and will have a specific focus on passenger accessibility.
Maksim Liksutov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow and Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development, tells Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou how Moscow is improving connectivity between services and infrastructure in the Russian capital, and how this is leading to more multimodal journeys.
City Rail Link Ltd continues commitment to transform public transport in Auckland with the signing of a contract with the Link Alliance to build the main stations and tunnels programme of work for the City Rail Link (CRL).
With the level of connectivity in urban mobility increasing, Intelligent Transport's refreshed topics and navigation put the information and discussion that's most important to the industry front and centre in a more accessible way than ever.
As e-bus use becomes more popular, charging stations must also keep up with the speed of development - to ensure this remains safe, effective and efficient charging stations will soon be subject to regular testing.
The people mover will run every three minutes, gets to Birmingham Airport in six minutes and provides transport for 2,100 passengers per hour meaning more people will benefit from the development.