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30 April 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
Due to the socio-economic climate in Israel, Chinese train manufacturer CRRC is providing explosion-proof trains for the Tel Aviv Red Line.
16 April 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
Investment in CCTV and IoT across Cape Town is hoped to increase safety and improve passenger experience through monitoring queue lengths and waiting times at taxi and bus ranks.
15 April 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
Pedal-assist bikes in New York City, San Francisco and Washington have been removed from operation over concerns of brake safety.
12 April 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
Passengers wanting to use Ola between 23:00 and 06:00 in India will be disappointed as the company caps operations in a bid to improve safety and concerns over driver pay.
10 April 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
To improve safety, cities should adopt policies that induce a shift from car trips to safer, smaller-scale modes of travel or transit. Are e-scooters the answer?
4 April 2019 | By Tom Cohen (Centre for Transport Studies - UCL)
To coincide with the launch of the ‘Driverless Futures?’ project, Tom Cohen from UCL’s Centre for Transport Studies, explains the need for a rational and measured approach to the adoption of automated driving technology.
2 April 2019 | By Alix Edwards - Transport Research Laboratory
The Mayor of London’s Road to Zero transport strategy set a firm target for buses to achieve zero road collision deaths in London by 2030. To ensure this challenge is met, Transport for London (TfL) commissioned the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) to deliver a robust programme of research for a…
19 March 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
This trial evaluates potential benefits of autonomy in a real-world scenario, and works to improve the safety of buses with state-of-the-art technology.
13 March 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
Over the decades, car design and track geometry has improved, allowing vehicles to maintain stability and safe operation at higher speeds.
22 February 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
The work includes a two-way cycle track separated from traffic and pedestrians, will begin on 18 March and is expected to be complete by the end of 2019.
13 February 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
The top three leading countries that have declared the development of autonomous trams are Germany, Russia and China.
12 February 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
Stricter laws set out by the Department for Transport will see passengers in taxis and minicabs kept safer due to new licensing guidelines.
7 February 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
The code of practice for testing automated vehicles will be strengthened further to set clearer expectations for safe and responsible trials.
6 February 2019 | By Intelligent Transport
UK government will provide over £22 million for research and trials on new surface materials or pothole repair techniques.